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1987 Mercedes-Benz 300-ClassReview
Guru99Y3TX writes:
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Excellent design and engineering from Mercedes-Benz for year 1987 when the six cylinder turbo Diesel engine from the larger and heavier 400 series was used on 2500 300 series cars shipped to US. Power to weight ratio resulted in a much faster, almost sport’s car like performance vehicle. Reduced turning radius plus smaller dimensions gave sporty maneuvering, easy parking, and great visibility and situational awareness. Compare it to 2006 Mercedes E320 CDI performance and fun driving machine.

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1987 Mercedes-Benz 300-Class 300SDL Turbodiesel SedanReview
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Nearly Perfect Vehicle — The 300SDL, is a car that STILL rivals many of the cars today. From the TANK like build to , luxury ride, to the 30 MPG, hard to find the combination. Its old school Mercedes, but that is NOT a bad thing, it just means everything about the car has a purpose and there are NO cup holders.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

Pros: Fuel Economy, Safety, Comfort, Performance

Cons: Some parts can be expensive

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