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Mercedes-benz E320 Cdi T Automatic
Mercedes-Benz E320 CDI T Automatc 2004. Good performance with standard engine. Stunning performance combined with a great gas-mileage with Digituning. Granny style handling with standard suspension. ... Read More
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A used 2004 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E320 Wagon has an average retail price of $13,227 and 97,500 miles.
The Mercedes-Benz E320 four-door wagon received a major redesign for 2004, as well as a number of new options. Styling updates included new headlights, an arched roof, gently flared wheel wells, and sleeker body lines, as well as a stronger body structure, making for a safer vehicle.
New options included Dynamic Drive seats that adjusted automatically to support the driver under heavy cornering, a twin sunroof with power sunshades, and a smart cruise control system that automatically adjusted the vehicle's speed to maintain a set distance from the car it followed.
Power for the 2004 E320 wagon was provided by a 3.2-liter V6 engine that produced 221 horsepower. It was linked to a five-speed automatic transmission equipped with the Touch Shift feature, which enabled the driver to upshift and downshift by nudging the shift lever left or right. This gave the driver the option to adjust the car's performance based on driving conditions.
As in previous years, the 2004 E320 wagon was equipped with the automaker's TeleAid emergency communication and assistance program, as well as the Electronic Stability Programming (ESP) anti-skid system.
Other standard features included leather seats with power adjustment in the front, a multi-zone automatic climate control system, dual front and side airbags, power windows, power exterior mirrors, cruise control, and an AM/FM audio system with a cassette player and a CD player.
While some thought the E320 wagon was an expensive car for its class, they noted that its handling, performance, styling, and luxury features made the car worth the price. Some even noted that the E320 was a fuel-efficient vehicle when compared to its competitors. However, some drivers felt interior space in the wagon was less than in its previous version, and others noted that controls for the air conditioning system could be complicated to operate.
This overview covers the E320 Wagon trim only.
Please see our 2004 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Overview for more information.
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