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2001 Mercedes-Benz S-Class Consumer Discussions

2001 Mercedes-Benz S-Class
My S class is 2001. the tires are Michelin MXV Energy. I've had snows on the back for about 5 months and the front ones are just about finished @25 thousand miles despite moderate driving and freque…...

- W204 C-class, late W211 and W212 E-class, W221 S-class - but maintenance is dear, especially on the latter. Turn of the century era cars through 2005 or so can be iffy, only some models are a goo...

Is it my imagination, or has the E-class had some significant price creep over the last few years, culminating with the new model? It seemed to me that the E-class and BMW 5-series were pretty close…...

'A significant portion of the 2000 volume came from the all new C-Class -- the C240 and C320 -- which went on sale in September. The C-class model line increased 16% to 34,600, and is expected to play...

Didnt somebody on here just tell you not to base opinions on rental cars? Why dont we just say you wouldnt venture into a GM dealership under any circumstances and leave it at that. I never understan…...

I just read an article last week while on vacation in Fl. The new C-Class should be out in May-June. It has borrowed the look from the larger S class which was just redesigned. sounds like there will…...

I have both the 2003 SL500 and the 2002 S500 with AMG Sport Package. I've owned a 2001 S500 that I traded for the 2002. It's been my experience that one can safely follow the computer diagnostic scre…...

seat I had ever been in-- better than even the S-Class. I actually thought I would buy a new or slightly used S until my research showed me that in recent years MB had lost the ability to build a re...

I feel the same way. I bought a 2001 C240 and have had nothing but trouble with it. I have actually had it in for service 16 times in three years. Mostly for electrical crap that keeps failing and…...
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