2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E350 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 7A)
My first Mercedes Benz. Purchased last month a CPO with 34K miles in metallic metal grey, Premium 1 Package, Sport Package and full led lights. AMG wheels, light grey napa leather seats with contrasting accent color and dark wood trim. The Keyless Go, Harman/Kardon Logic 7 stereo system (excellent sound), Navi, rear camera and glass roof/ sunroof, auto rear window sun screen, auto start stop ALL work well. Still looks and drives like the 65K car it was new. Every time I get behind the wheel I think wow! I like that this coupe is stylishly unique (no B pillars). Previous car was a Lexus and with so many around it didn't look as special as this MB. Performance and build quality is excellent. More room in trunk than expected especially with split back seats down. I mostly drive in eco mode avg. 28mph. Driving between Austin and Dallas avg. 32mph. Only minor negative comment is engine is a little rough sounding at startup, It smooths out quickly. If you want a sport coupe that is fun and practical, this is the car. Other sport coupes handle more aggresivle but for daily driving on regular roads I'd rather have a firm but comfortable ride.
2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E550 2dr Coupe (4.7L 8cyl Turbo 7A)
This is my third Mercedes and I've had it for a little approx. 1 1/2 years. I bought it with 9,900 miles on it with the remaining warranty of 1 1/2 years left. I also opted for an extended warranty of three years as the vehicle was certified. Over all a great car. The ride is a little tight, which is a little sportier than the sedan, also of my choosing. It weighs in at about 370 lbs. lighter than the sedan, according to Auto Guide. 0-60 is about 4.5 seconds. That's pretty quick for a 3,770 lb. vehicle. Put it in manual and use the paddle shifters and change the suspension to sport, and it changes the ride, and puts a smile on your face. If you can afford one, get one.