2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sedan E350 Luxury 4dr Sedan (3.5L 6cyl 7A)
Bought this car CPO with 10,000 on it in Spring of 2015. Car went to the shop 5 times the summer of 2016 with an AC problem before Park Place MB of Dallas could ever figure it out even though we provided two videos of the noise. Then there is that glorious MB stench from the AC that happens every summer that takes $200 to remedy (This is the second MB we have owned with the same problem). The navigation is a joke. The internet radio operates with the speed of an AOL dial up connection. The driver's seat started coming apart at the seams at 57,000 miles (CPO would not cover it and the dealer wanted $900 for the repair) [Understandable to a point but when both drivers are under 190 lbs, I take issue with their "wear and tear" claim]. Transmission is jerky. Latest issue was a "catch" in the steering that showed itself when driving down a straight road. Any slight little turn of the wheel was met with resistance and dealer could find no issue. We got rid of this thing! Paid $52,000 for it and traded it for $22,500 just 2.5 years later. Horrible resale value on MB. Will never own another one.
2014 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Sedan E350 Luxury 4MATIC 4dr Sedan AWD (3.5L 6cyl 7A)
They can get ALL they need to know by asking owners/leasers of this vehicle. Best $28K vehicle I ever purchased. Just a few goodies short of the 2010 E550 in Quartz Blue (why on earth did M-B drop that awesome color?) with beige interior and LOADED! Unfortunately, I totaled it on a mountain road in Northern California, rolling it over on the roof with 2 untethered dogs and we all walked away with NO injuries whatsoever! That's Mercedes-Benz for you. My insurance company gave me $40,000, I paid only $36K. I then used that sum to purchase a 2009 Mercedes SL550 Roadster for $50K. Lotta' fun, that one! But now, reality has set in, I am over 75 and am pleased as punch with the 2014 E350 4MATIC. "Nuff said!