Have been driving my 2010 E-class for 3 months. Great car. Combines the best of a BMW and Lexis: sporty handling of a BMW but with the well designed, classy interior of a Lexis. Awesome, voice-activated computer system. Tell the car what you want it to do, and it does it. In fact, it does so much that it takes quite a bit of time to figure out how to use all the systems. I'm still learning. A few shortcomings: leather seats, automatic trunk closing, push-button start, and air conditioned driver's seat should be standard. No eyeglass holder. Two real annoyances: driver's seat does not automatically push back when car is stopped, and car must be running for garage door opener to operate.
Navi system. Voice activation. Navi system controls in steering wheel.
Should be standard: leather seats, push- button start, illuminated buttons on key chain (you'll have no idea what button to push in the dark to open the car), air-conditioned driver's seat, eyeglass holder, automatic push back driver's seat, and automatic trunk closer.
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