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2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK-ClassReview
Apple122 writes:
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Great buy worth every penny. It is a reliable car.

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2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK-ClassReview
Arthur writes:
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I like itGood ones are not appreciating crappy ones are easy to work on

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2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK-ClassReview
GuruM68Z5 writes:
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Wow all of those features and extras and power wheels

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2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK-ClassReview
Guru34K4Y writes:
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The car was exact condition it was suppose to be. They just didn’t change the front brakes like they we’re suppose to.

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2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK 320 CoupeReview
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Fast Fun And Fuel Efficient With Class! —

Great car for commuting comfortably. Should invest in some snow tires if you do so in our northern climes where there is this crap called snow and its stock summer/ all seasons don't get a lot of traction but help with the mileage. The dash LCD pixels have a tendency to go out and the lights for the other gauges use off brand light bulbs which I was only able to find on-line. That said I was able to "re-build" the dash with a hair dryer some parts from AKspeedo in the U.K., some light bulbs and time for under $50. Lack of tilt wheel is annoying but not terrible to get used to. Has a bunch of luxury features that are fun to play with and show off to your friends e.g. retractable head rests, rear window screen remote control windows. Auto intermittent wiper is annoying in some weather as it likes to go faster than it needs to. It only has one wiper to control which is interesting. Auto dimming interior and driver side exterior mirrors are nice but slow sometimes. Plenty of power and still reasonably fuel efficient and fun to drive. Trunk is a good size for the car and the seats fold 60/40 style if you need more luggage space. It isn't a truck though so don't expect to haul a lot. Over all great spend of money as I got this one for $6,500.00 used with 90k on the clock in good shape with only two small DIY repairable rust spots and some other luckily easily fixed issues.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: 215 Horsepower and 229 Ft.Lbs of torque still gets 30.4 on a good day and a pretty consistent 27 from a 3.2L motor. Great Stereo with a built in Weather Band which is awesome. Suprising amount of space considering its a 2 door coupe and shorter and narrower than a civic.

Cons: If you are over 5'8" don't plan on sitting in the back seat. That being said anyone under that can sit comfortably. Traction control kicks in to quickly. Rust because of a terrible windshield drain design.

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2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK 430 CabrioletReview
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Fun In The Sun ! — This is the garage baby. My wife drives it to the grocery store and not much farther. It goes to South Florida probably twice a year and is great on I-75. This car has tons of power (V-8) and a gas bill to go along with it. It's worth every drop though. The 430CLK has plenty of eye appeal because it has the AMG wheels and body kit. This is not a family car. The back seat has no leg room so you can't really take another couple out to dinner in it. All in all, my wife won't part with it. It's a 2000 with only 45,000 miles.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: We love this car. It's fun to drive and great on the highway.

Cons: Fuel economy

9 of 10 people found this review helpful.
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2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK 320 CabrioletReview
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Nice — A very nice and speedy car . . . not bad for some drift but it's very good for travelling . . . accleration is very gd and the break is also good . . . no need talk talk about hanedling because it's a mercedes . no repairs needed at all don't cost many

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Very Speed

Cons: The rare seats

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2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK 430 CoupeReview
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Its A Good Running Car — This the best car Mercedes-Benz made in 2000, I think so!!!! and most of all,it run great and thats talking for myself and everybody i know that have drive this one of kind car.So if you thinking about getting this car,You are doing the right thing. THANK YOU:JABEZ BOAZ

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

Pros: its fun

Cons: none

8 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK-ClassReview
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Clk 230 Kompressor - Greatest Car I Ever Had. — I love its line and the sound of the moror... The performance is incredible, maybe not the best car for urban use, though. AMG rims are beautiful and black leather interior is also great. Taxes are quite high and that's the only negative point (thanks Belgian government !). This car is just wonderful to drive.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Just everything... I love it.

Cons: Consumption and taxes

3 of 3 people found this review helpful.
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2000 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK 320 CoupeReview
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Buy A German Car — 200 hp supercharged, 7-8 seconds to 100, top 250 limited tires,maintenance, electronics leather electrical seats, birdlike front, lowered front, 9 liters on highway 12 literes average 14 in the cite real fun to drive with, a good rear weel drive driftcar

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: its strong, and fast

Cons: the maintenance and the fueltank

3 of 4 people found this review helpful.
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Reviews From Other Years

2009 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class Reviews

Review By pizzapiper

CLK and E class Mercedes Benz cars are the best quality value available. German engineering and quality cant be beat! Pay a little bit more but get significant number of quality extras. MB has always ... Read More

Review By buyerbeware72

Over priced by at least $1000. for a car with over 100,00 miles and 4 owners, smells like trouble Read More

2008 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class Reviews

Review By Guru92DMM1

Worst mistake I ever made was buying this car. Take my advice and stay away from these cars. They are nothing but trouble. Read More

Review By Guru9KYCTF

Clean car. No scratches or dents visible. Would buy. Read More

2007 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class Reviews

Review By C

Beautiful ,Reliable, great on gas. Pure luxury car, worth every penny. Read More

Review By GuruWV6PN

My research, discovered these issues with vehicle. Fuel leak problems($1800./$2000), to repair. There 2 open recalls (sun roof, hazard). finally , 38 TSBS Bulletins on vehicle. Good looking vehicle,... Read More

2006 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class Reviews

Review By Guru92JL6H

after doing some research i found these cars have a motor that has a bad habit of self-destruction at 80K miles, this motor is the M272 and M273 you want to avoid them !! they have a faulty timing cha... Read More

Review By marcbookman

Great vehicle with all the bells and whistles. A true four passenger convertible. Read More

2005 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class Reviews

Review By Bobby

Good price and clean car. Wish it was closer to me Read More

Review By Jeff

Great value if its been taken care of. The CLK series varies in performance and fun depending on the engine involved. Smaller displacements are fun for tossing around and the CLK 550, etc. are great ... Read More

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