do usual in depth checks. buy a vehicle that was local and was a cpo. mine has 80k and checked out fine. i only drive it on weekends. my mechanic said this will be fine. if driving the usual 15k/yr, just be ready for the usual expensive repairs. i had lexus sc430. benz has more of that 1 piece porsche feel to it vs lexus and more fun to drive. also liked the classic long nose look like old jag xk and sc400. lots of stuff you don't need but work with the manuel and all techno stuff gets easier to use. of course more stuff means more possible problems. buying used is great way to beat the big depreciation. the more i play with it, the more i like it. no mpg but don't care. didn't buy it for mpg
After owning two Porsches and 3 Mercedes, this is the best handling and most powerful car I have ever owned. I plan to keep this car forever. I just got this car for $38K with 74,000 miles on it. It looks and drives like it was brand new. The original owner traded it in on the latest version. It get attention from people that know what it is, but is fairly stealthly for such a powerful car.
mercedes benz has been the best for
years, mercedes benz is the best
currently, always will be the best.
ever since the 80's SEC coupes, amg has
built the best translation of a modern
muscle car. 130k is alot, but how else
can you rocket 2 tons to 60mph in under
ricers beware, never step to the lord
of the autobahn.
TO DATE I HAVE LOGGED 2000 MILES. I
HAVE BEEN TOTALLY IMPRESSED WITH THE
HANDLING OF MY CL55. THERE IS NO
HESITATION WHEN ACCELERATING AT ANY
SPEED AS THE SUPER-CHARGED ENGINE
ANSWERS INSTANTLY. IT SEEMS THAT EVERY
ASPECT OF THE CAR IS DESIGNED TO WORK
HOMOGENIOUSLY. EX. THE BRAKING EXUDES
CONFIDENCE, THE CORNERING HOLDS
EFFORTLESSLY, THE SEATS ADJUST
PERFECTLY TO MY SIZE ETC.