by realrideracing on Feb 13, 2013 Vehicle: 1999 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK320 2dr Convertible
It seems that the W208 class
(1998 - 2002)Mercedes Benz CLK has built up quite a following. Whenever I browse through the Mercedes Benz forums, there's no shortage of diehard W208 fans.
We've had ours for a few years and love it still. With nearly 125,000 miles on the odometer, she seems like she'll do another 125,000 miles easily.
Keep up on maintenance and you'll have no problems with the car. Acceleration is better than our newer E-Class. But the short wheel base of the CLK makes it a harsher ride. We have the AMG wheel package so that doesn't help. Like all MBZ cars, steering response isn't very sharp but once you get used to it, this car just corners like it's on rails!
by Jerry on Aug 22, 2008 Vehicle: 1999 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK320 2dr Convertible
As a pre- owned, the car was void of service records and up to date service. However, after bringing the maintainence current the car has been great. The thottle positioning sensor needed replacement and minor electical with the top. Other than the usual service, no worries and a pleasure to drive. I now have 75k on this 1999 and have plans of holding on to it
by spyke on Oct 24, 2006 Vehicle: 1999 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK320 2dr Convertible
Overall this is a great car. With the top up it is much quieter than most sedans, and with the top down it is more fun than a barrel of monkeys. Everyone loves and envys this 7 year old car. Chrome AMG wheels really dress the car up.
by jim bergtold on Dec 23, 2004 Vehicle: 1999 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK320 2dr Convertible
I purchased my 1999 Mercedes-Benz CLK320 Convertible and have put 20,000 miles on it. I have not had even one problem with the car. My only problem is that I have a hard time wanting to trade for a new 2005 model.
by NJC on May 29, 2004 Vehicle: 1999 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK320 2dr Convertible
I bought this car just a month ago and
WOW! I bought it as a Starmark and
purchased an additional 48 month
warranty because luxury cars are known
for expensive repairs. It is a used
car and something is sure to break
down, most cars do.
Everyone just loves it and I am the
envy of all my friends and family! It's
an eye catcher with the top down. Just
drive around the cornor and the men
almost jump right in it. Performance is
great! It's sporty and luxury in one
car. When the top is down the back
window has poor visability but you
should be driving with your mirrors
anyway. Only problem so far is that
everyone wants to dirve it!
These guys are still on a roll. Last year, Mercedes introduced an all-new sport coupe that is an amalgamation of C- and SLK-Class technologies, available this year with a larger engine in the CLK 430 model, and now they're rolling out the CLK 320 Cabriolet, a convertible version of the fabulous little car.