1998 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Consumer Discussions
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1998 Mercedes-Benz E-Class - Consumer Discussions

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I'm interested in a pre-owned C-Class or E-Class (1994 - 1998). Would love to hear your ownership impressions as well as dealership maintenance experiences (good and bad)....

1998 and 1999 had a retro package that allowed the adding of these seats. However, you didn't get the quarter windows that folded out....

E-class topic because of the level of activity, as the SL topic is almost dead......

I have three all wheel drive wagons, a 1998 Volvo V70 XC, 2004 MB E320 4-Matic, and a 2005 BMW 325xiT. blckislandguy asks why buy an E class? There are several reasons I chose to get an E class ove?...

on new-years day, I went to the SD auto-show, and I wasn't really impressed by the selection. I was interested in the Lexus GX470, LS430, and the Mercedes E320. I didn't like the swinging-out door o...

fuel efficient) vehicle of the bunch will be an E-Class wagon (E320/E500 w/ or w/o 4-Matic). The most "exclusive" may be one of the new R-Class "cross over" vehicles - particular...

As for it being "an old E-Class with a new body," I never said that. I said "because the cars come largely from the last generation E-Class the development costs were probably pretty lo...

I too have a 1998 E320. It has 46,000 miles and I never had a problem with my wiper and the dealer always changes the blade per their schedule. If any I think the rain sensor is too sensitive and t?...

What has happened is a known and common problem with with 1998, 1999 and early 2000 model E-Class and ML-Class vehicles. I would not try to repair it myself since Mercedes is repairing these problems...

Has anyone had any experiences with SRS problems in the 1998-present E class cars? I recently had an SRS light that would not go out and found a connection problem that necessitated the replacement ?...

"Well, that's a new one on me. Never, never, ever heard of problems with paint or rust on any late-model MB that wasn't damaged or flooded."...

Well sure the factory is *ultimately* responsible for quality, and a bad dealer network will kill off a car as sure as a bad car itself will (can you say "Renault"?), but the factory can't ?...
Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) is a category of used car. Often late-model vehicles, they have been inspected, refurbished, if necessary, and are under warranty by the manufacturer.
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