by tenmark262 on Sep 23, 2011 Vehicle: 1994 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E320 4dr Sedan
Picked up one with 158K on the cheap to be used to make long road trips to pick up my daughter.
After about a year, it's about to turn 200K with minimal maintenance and two oil changes.
It's head was done at 65K and I'm not sure about the harness.
The airbag may have been serviced before my ownership.
With these in just about every junk yard, parts are cheap and easy to find.
Needed a $60 worth of small interior bits and I swapped out the aging leather with the indestructible MB Tex for $100 and carry all manner of spares in the trunk but I'm not so sure I'll need them.
Alternator = $20.
Extra hoses, dollar each.
MAF sensor $20.
Sunvisor clips, $1.
by Michael on Apr 27, 2010 Vehicle: 1994 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E320 4dr Sedan
On a recent drive from New Orleans to Atlanta I was able to go very fast in this 16 year old magnificient vehicle. No rattles, shaking or vibrations. This truly is what a car should be. Of course the car has been well maintained and I have no regrets about purchasing this outstanding automobile. It has 121,000 miles and I am looking forward to 1,000,000. I paid $6000 for an automobile that is priceless. I get so many compliments on the car. True elegance and class. The quality is simply outstanding.
by Loyola88 on Jun 26, 2009 Vehicle: 1994 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E320 4dr Sedan
Moved to Las Vegas from the Midwest and worried about the drive out here. Lead the wife. The E320 in some spots got 31mpg's on regular gas, not much less than the wifes ford focus at 35. Cruised easily at 70. Used a little oil but that was it. After 2153 miles out it handled the trip as well as the 2006 Focus. The trunk was loaded down with heavy dishes and not one broke on I-40 thru some rough spots. Went thru a dust storm, but a rock got the windshield in Oklahoma, replaced it in LV, it was the original windshield. It still has less than 100k, plan on teaching my 8yr old grand child to drive it when she turns 16, will still be one of the best looking cars on the road.
In an effort at simplification, Mercedes renames its 300-Class, now calling it the E-Class. Like the new C-Class, the numeral after the E indicates the engine's size. Coupe, convertible, sedan and wagon body styles are still offered.