Got my '99 ML320 with a little more
than 50,000 miles on the odometer,
spending $22k, or about half the cost
of a new model. A service record
obtained from the local MB dealer
showed that most of the annoying
glitches that plagued early MLs had
been taken care of (window switches,
etc.). I've had no issues with the
vehicle, and am much happier with it
than my Jeep Grand Cherokee. A lot of
car for the $!
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