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2012 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Consumer Discussions

2012 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
I am considering buying an E-Class 2012. I am debating between that and BMW 5 series. It seems that BMW new car warranty includes maintenance. I don't believe the MB E-Class includes anything like ...

I am new to MB world but I have always been impressed with the E-Class. This 2012 I have decided to buy E350 Sedan. I have not bought a MB before and therefore I have no experience. I am not sure if ...

First of all, the MBF program changes tomorrow June 2nd. So you need to check the new numbers tomorrow. Secondly, you may want to wait for 2012 E-Class convertible, which will be released this month....

is when I need to stop completely. On my last E-Class, which I had for 39 months, I had never need to replace brake pads. When I turned my lease in, I still had more than 50%....

The exterior appearance differences are subtle. The biggest change is in the headlights and front air dam, but also taillights and single vs dual exhaust....

My husband's 528xi lease is coming up in Sept. Test drove the Audi A6 (and A5 convertible), MB C and E class and the BMW 328xi. Didn't like the C class, but did like the E350 (I assume he drove theā€¦...

Has anyone compared the new 2012 E class engines? I'm curious to hear about the performance of the diesel against the new gas engine. Thank...

You might be able to negotiate a lower selling price - folks here have been able to get quite a bit off MSRP. Check the E-class prices paid discussion....
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$78.75 per month*
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