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My 7th E350 Sport Sedan
By abacomike on
Vehicle2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E350 Sport 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 7A)
ReviewI just picked up my 2013 E350 Sedan - MSRP was $64,865.
This is my 7th straight year purchasing a new E350.
This one, by far, is the best one Mercedes has ever built.
The ride and handling are superb!
The technology is functional, but not overwhelming.
Audio system (Harman/Kardon 610 watt 5.1 surround sound w/14 speakers) is the best I've ever heard in a luxury sedan.
Outstanding acceleration when needed!
Great visibility both front and rear.
Blind Side Monitor is a must option.
Wood/leather steering wheel in Walmut is like a piece of good furniture.
3D NAV system is phenomenal!
Voice control system responds to every command.
Mbrace system great addition!
Best E350 yet!
Best FeaturesSirius NAV Weather and Traffic is precise and accurate. Lane Tracking and Blindspot monitors a refreshing safety feature. Navigation is all hands-free as is audio and Bluetooth systems. 7 speed transmission is smooth and precise. Audio system outperforms anything I've ever experienced. Mercedes Apps allows you to search news, stocks, POI's, etc. Even the car's manuals can be brought up on NAV screen. Love the Mbrace system - provides immediate 2 way communications with their emergency control as well as stolen vehicle recovery system. Fit and finish of the interior and exterior unsurpassed.
Worst FeaturesI still urge Mercedes to make leather standard in their car. Also, front seats could be made wider my an inch or two for greater comfort. Other than those two suggestions, the car is perfect!!! Nicely equipped, you can pick one up in the mid $50,000 price range.
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