by MBZlover on Jun 1, 2008 Vehicle: 2004 Mercedes-Benz C-Class C320 4MATIC AWD 4dr Wagon (3.2L 6cyl 5A)
I just bought a black on beige C320 4MATIC wagon with only 36000 miles on for under 20 grand! What a buy for such a great utility vehicle! However this car has so many aspects wouldn't normally find in an SUV or any form of utility vehicle for that manner. First off it handles just as good as my G35 coupe. Second it has a firm suspension yet delivers the true smooth ride of a Benz. Third it gets an average of 25 mpg on the highway and sometimes reaches up over 30! Fourth is the engine performance. Even with almost 40K miles on it the tranny is buttery smooth and the cars pick up is amazing! defenitely would not keep up with my Infiniti G35 but much faster than my previous Lexus RX300.
by charles on Feb 10, 2005 Vehicle: 2004 Mercedes-Benz C-Class C240 Rwd 4dr Wagon (2.6L 6cyl 5A)
Good handling, adequate performance, fit and finish good. I have had the vehicle for four months and I'm not convinced that reliability will be very good. Would not start on a couple ofoccasions. Dealer could not duplicate the problem. Not much room in rear seat for adults.
by ShilohShooter on Apr 24, 2004 Vehicle: 2004 Mercedes-Benz C-Class C320 4MATIC AWD 4dr Wagon (3.2L 6cyl 5A)
Never thought I'd use the word "fun"
to describe a wagon, but this one has
plenty of power, and handles almost as
well as my 328i, which is impressive
for a wagon.
Solid construction, interior is
roomier than I was expecting given the
car's dimensions. Enough cargo space
to meet our needs on long trips (2
adults + 2 kids).
Rear seats fold down flat, giving lots
of hauling room when needed, and cargo
floor is "flush" with a low loading
height--no need to lift objects over a
lip to get them in the back.
by Dasher on Jan 25, 2004 Vehicle: 2004 Mercedes-Benz C-Class C240 4MATIC AWD 4dr Wagon (2.6L 6cyl 5A)
If you're looking for a C-Series, you
need to bargain harder than the
Edmunds price. A C240 4matic wagon
with leather, sunroof package,
metallic paint and CD changer stickers
for $39,040; the Edmunds TMV price is
$37,336 and I bought this car
yesterday in Denver for $33,700,
including delivery and dealer
handling. By the way, this is six
grand less than a comparably equipped
BMW 355xi wagon.
Sport coupes get standard 17-inch wheels and tires, three-spoke sport steering wheel, leather-wrapped gearshift, aluminum pedals and large chrome exhaust outlet. Sport sedans get similar upgrades, as well as new front brakes featuring four-piston calipers and drilled rotors, sport shift manual transmission, lowered sport suspension, a free-flow exhaust and new five-spoke alloy wheels.