After a few weeks of driving my new
car, I thought, I hope I will always
own a Mercedes. Talking to another '95
Mercedes owner that owned a number of
cars including a new Lexus LS4xx, he
brought up that same feeling about his
Mercedes. At 60,000 the car was
running better than other cars I've
owned with less mileage. It was more
reliable, with very tight body. I was
begining to think trade-in, when I
brought it in for the 60,000 mile check-
up. As I drove it away from the dealer,
I was amazed that it drove as well as
it did the day I bought it. At 75,00
there is still no reason to trade it
in. It has been a great automobile,
much better than I expected.
I am 6'4" and it is the only car that I
can put the driver's seat all the way
back, stretch out my legs all the way,
without touching the front floorboard.
I think this has been improved, but you
can't put down the middle seat with out
removing the headrests.
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