I'm in Southern California. The 2003
Mercedes E320 is a pleasure to drive.
It's the best car I've ever driven. It
handles well on curvy mountain roads
(Angeles Forest Hwy). It feels heavy
yet agile and solid. You actually look
forward to driving while enjoying the
awesome Harmon Kardon sound system. I
have 5,122 miles on it now and no
Brakes are hydro-electronic so it
takes some getting used to when
slowing to a complete stop. Smooth V6.
28 MPG on hwy. 19 city. Steering
communicates road feel and conditions
with tight turn radius. Seats are
comfortable. I would recommend it to
Harmon-Kardon Sound System, smooth
luxurious ride, and memory seat
settings. Safety features like ABS, 8
air bags, curtain air bags, SOS system
and automatic lights and wipers.
Navigation system should be standard
not optional on a $50,000 + car.
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