I fell for the "oh, we've completely redesigned the E-class to be more reliable and compete with a Lexus line of B.S." This car has 27,000 miles on it and is sitting in my garage DOA. Not because we mistreat it and not because we don't do the outrageously expensive services. It's left me stranded because it's a normal piece of "german engineering." The only folks who appreciate "german engineering" are the service techs who get rich on servicing this garbage. Run the other way and buy yourself a Lexus before you make the same mistake I made. I will never, ever, ever, ever, ever fall for this line of B.S. again. The best cars are engineered and made in Japan. Plain and simple.
If you work for Mercedes or sell these cars, you should be ashamed of yourself. Or better yet, go find yourself a job at Philip Morris, you'll fit right in.
Luxury cars don't even consider offering pleather seats.
Consider making a car that starts and runs reliably for a change.
Oil changes should cost $30, not a small house payment.
2010 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E350 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 7A)
I've owned a bunch of different nice luxury cars over the years including a Cadillac CTS, 3 Series BMW, 5 older Mercedes Benz cars and when I was trying to figure out what to buy I compared the E Class to several others like the Acura TL, Audi A6 and BMW 5 Series.
This car is by far the nicest I've owned or driven.
It is very stylish and even with the 3.5L V6 it gets up and goes!!!!
The Paddle shifts make you feel like a race car driver when you are getting on the freeway.
Mine has the Sports package and the P1 Package and it looks killer in black with the low profile 18" wheels.
I get compliments on it from any one who sees it or rides in it.
44k Miles so far so good.
The Styling of the interior and exterior are my favorite features.
Great looking car that makes you proud to own it and drive it.
The 12 Speaker Harmon Kardon system sounds great and the seats are very comfortable.
Slightly more affordable dealer service costs would be nice.
The best car I've been in. Amazing built quality, soft touch materials, nice stitching and wood grain. Easy to read gauges and command sysytem. The ambient lighting and sound system is flawless. Great on gas. Probably the best car to get wit all wheel drive. Quiet on the highways. Alittle bumpy on pot holes. But that's expected from a heavy sedan with beefy sport rims and low profile tires. Honestly this car beats every car in its catorgory. Very safe and comfortable. Mine is a 2010 E350 4-Matic with 55,000 miles. Have had No issues or complaints. Just one, the tire pressure monitoring system (tpms) is alittle fussy during the cold season due to the differences in tempature.
Durable Leather Seats
Amazing Ambient Lighting
Built Quality/ soft materials, nice carpeting, solid door panels
The sport rims are easily scratched when driving in a car wash or bumping a curve. Better placement of the HD radio antenna.