1995 MercedesBenz EClass Consumer Reviews | E320 CabrioletGood…

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Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet

E320 Cabriolet—Good solid not cheap to maintain

Pros: smooth


-Can go miles if maintained

-The of the reliable E-Series

Cons: leaks

-Electrical gremlins


I have an 1995 convertible with 110K on the It’s a lot of fun and is very solid and

The six-cylinder engine gets gas mileage and is strong at cruising while not exactly a tire-burner at signs. It’s more of a car than a sports car. said, the steering is not as soft as in luxo cars so you get a bit of fun on curvy

The automatic transmission is relatively You can shift through three gear although I rarely do. The gears are useful when long hills.

Gas mileage is maybe 20 mpg on average. Mercedes premium fuel. I use mid-grade no problems.

The interior is a less-than-luxurious mix of and vinyl, spartan compared to a or Infiniti. Heated front are standard but the seats don’t as many adjustment options as luxury cars.

All E-series come prewired for a trunk-mounted CD you just plug the changer the harness. You can buy Mercedes brand on Ebay for less than They work well.

No rust at all yet on this 13-year-old

As for the convertible, it doesn’t suffer of the body shake common to tops, mainly because added a lot of weight and heavy (This convertible is actually a cut coupe that Mercedes built). The top is slow to go up and down and the driver to lock two handles the windshield when putting it up. But the car looks great when the top is Nearly every time I it out someone asks me about it. made this model for two years and it cost 70K in 1995 Today you can buy one with 100K or less for $12K, which is a great deal.

However, while older are relatively cheap to buy, are not inexpensive to maintain. OEM parts are and many dealer shops are robbery centers. You can buy good parts online and the cars are not too to work on yourself if you are reasonably For example, the dealer wanted to replace the radiator in mine (a common problem because the radiator had a design defect). I the OEM radiator online for $150 and did the job in less than an hour. And no Mr. Goodwrench.

Mercedes-Benz E-Class Cabriolet

Another issue that can add to is that regular garages and parts stores do not have the that can read the car’s codes so you’ll have to it to the dealer or an independent Mercedes when the dreaded Check light comes on.

If you can’t at least $700 a year to a car, don’t buy a Mercedes. be much better off with mileage Lexus (I have a LS400 with 115K I spend less than a year to repair/maintain), Infiniti or a Avalon.

Almost all E-Series Mercedes of vintage have or have had the problems:

*Disintegrating main harness—$500 to fix

*Major oil leaks due to gaskets—$1,500 to fix

*Self-destructing radiatior—$300

evaporator (you don’t to know)

If you are shopping for a pre-1996 make sure these have already been care of or factor the cost of the into your price

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