by tenmark262 on Sep 23, 2011 Vehicle: 1994 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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
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 Chris on Jun 29, 2009 Vehicle: 1994 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
I absolutely love this car. It's a tank, it seats seven, and gets respectable mileage for such a huge vehicle. I averaged 22-25 mpg. I put it through hell, a Fargo Winter, two Kansas City summers, and many miles of highway driving. Ulrich von Nerdwagen is on life support; a bead clutch in the transmission is toast and reverse is nearly shot. Couple that with either a headgasket or a broken water pump, and I would have to put more than the car is worth into it to keep it running. If they break.. man does it stink. I adore this vehicle, and would stick to W124 chassis exclusively if I had more money to deal with my terrible luck. I'd recommend to anyone. I like having no cupholders...