2002 MERCEDES-BENZ E
I got a 2002 E320 wagon, and it's a beautiful car, inside and out, with that MB sense of solidity and sturdyness. I had it refreshed at L&M Motors in West LA, and it feels like a new car -- for about 20% of the cost, all in. I'm loving it.
by PROF. G.
2003 MERCEDES-BENZ CLK
For fun. Summer travel. Great heated seats. You can set perimeters for each driver. Dual temperature control. The Argus Company in Santa Cruz, CA was a dream to deal with.
2011 MERCEDES-BENZ E
Car drives like a dream. Sport model we got takes corners like a sport car. Good mpg.
We bought from a dealer with a used car warranty. The car seems to have had a leak in the transfer case cooling line. Service done before and after I had it looked at registered on CarFax as "checked fluids". Needless to say we were disappointed that CarFax does not show accurate repair history.
by STEVE F.
1999 MERCEDES-BENZ E
It had 99k miles on it, but Mercedes are known for lasting to 200k or more. We were looking for a car with a 3rd row of seats that we could use when we are in the area during the summers. Very pleased so far! Had taken it to our mechanic who checked over all the systems before we purchased it.
by Texans in the North for the Summer
Used Mercedes Benz Information
Mercedes-Benz (often shortened to Mercedes) is the automotive division of Daimler AG, building
automobiles, trucks, buses, engines and luxury vehicles. In the United States, Mercedes is best known
for its luxury cars. The company traces its origins to 1886 and Karl Benz' Benz Patent Motorwagen,
widely regarded as the first gasoline-powered automobile. The company as we know it was created in
1926 with the merger of Mercedes and Daimler-Benz.
Mercedes-Benz is known for introducing technological and safety innovations that become the
benchmark in automotive globally. These include ABS braking, airbags, crumple zones, electronic
stability systems, and more Â all of which are licensed openly to other manufacturers in the name of
safety improvement worldwide. Mercedes is also credited with building the first robotic car in 1980.
Today, the company builds vehicles around the world, including at their facility near Tuscaloosa,
Alabama (Mercedes-Benz U.S. International), which opened in 1997 and produces the M-, R-, GL- and
In the last several years of surveys, J.D. Power has consistently rated Mercedes vehicles above average.
The company produces vehicles for the U.S. market that range from compact cars to large sport utilities
and limousines. They are most well-known in America for their two- and four-door luxury executive
cars, sport utility vehicles, and AMG-branded sports cars.
The company's focus on safety continues as they develop groundbreaking automotive safety systems
such as Pre-Safe, a system which uses the vehicle's sensors to anticipate an accident and prime safety
response systems before impact. It snugs seatbelts for locking, adjusts head restraints, closing windows
and more. Other innovations include the DICE System for finger gesturing to control infotainment and
other in-car features without taking eyes off the road or hands off the wheel.