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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-ClassReview
Pfjett writes:
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Did research the cars are reasonably priced because they have a transmission issue 5k to fix when they break

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Guru99G9KT writes:
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Great job displaying the vehicles im very satisfied with

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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Review
05corvette says:
also very nice car
vs2007 BMW 5 Series
2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class winning categories:
  • Power
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  • Would Buy
Front Seats Ranked 2007 BMW 5 Series better.
"more room"
Back Seats Ranked 2007 BMW 5 Series better.
"more room"
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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Review
vs2007 BMW 6 Series
2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class winning categories:
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  • Handling
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  • Cargo Capacity
  • Family Car
  • Value
  • Would Buy
Handling Ranked 2007 BMW 6 Series better.
"Better Overall."
Value Ranked 2007 BMW 6 Series better.
"Speed.Looks.Drive."
2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 550 4MATICReview
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A Very Nice Daily Driver —

At 382HP, the E550 is not lacking for power. 80HP more than the prior model year E500, and enough to move this rather heavy AWD car to 60MPH in about 5 seconds. On the upside, there is no drama when passing on a two-lane road. On the downside, fuel economy (using the required premium grade petrol) reaches only into the low twenties during the most relaxed highway cruising - otherwise it's about 18MPG overall in daily driving. The 5-speed auto trans used in 4MATIC models isn't helping fuel consumption either (RWD models use a 7-speed auto trans). Those extra two gears might make highway cruising more relaxed also, but in everyday driving, you typically don't miss them. (Interestingly, in "comfort" mode, the transmission skips 1st gear entirely, effectively making it a 4-speed). The difference between the air suspension settings (Comfort, Sport 1 and Sport 2) is fairly subtle, but Sport 2 tightens up the ride motions enough, but still not BMW-like. The E-class swings more toward luxury than sport. Premium 2 package includes directional bi-xenon headlights for much improved nighttime visibility, and Keyless Go proximity sensors so you never have to take your key out. It also features the start/stop button on the gear selection knob, which is pretty slick. Driver and front passenger heated and cooled front seats, along with 4-zone A/C, keep everyone temperate and limit arguments. The interior material and fit-and-finish aren't quite Audi level, but there are plenty of other features to keep occupants comfortable and entertained. While my car has only needed routine maintenance to date, based on my experience with other German cars and Mercedes' reputation for not being cheap to repair when needed, buying CPO or at least investing extended warranty might be a good idea.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Impressive power, snow isn't a problem with 4MATIC and a good set of snow tires, very comfortable on short and long trips, feels substantial, lots of features

Cons: Feels heavy (it is), not as sporting as comparable BMWs, less than ideal fuel economy (expected), future repair and maintenance costs could be pricey

7 of 9 people found this review helpful.
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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 350Review
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Mb Not For Me... —

So this car was actually a company car... and to let you know how much I didn't like it, after driving it 6 months I told my employer I didn't 'need' a company car and turned it in... now I'm sure a lot of you are saying "Are you nuts? You have a gree Mercedes and you give it back??!!" Well... I guess I'm just not a european car type of guy because MB or BMW's have not impressed me... I like my sports cars to be real sports cars and my luxury cars to be luxury cars and these cars just seem to be too busy trying to be both and miss the mark on both because of it... on top of it, this was just a regular E350 (not the 4matic) and I live in New England... you might as well decide that if it ever snows, you just aren't going out with this thing...the styling to me was dated - I do think that they have done a better job with the current styling - and to me, while I always hear about how 'cheap' the American interiors look, the interior of this car was not a great design - I thought it looked too busy and just wasn't up to its price tag...

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: Nothing I really was 'over the top about'...

Cons: Too stiff for a luxury car...

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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 350Review
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Perfect Sedan — The E350 has power, handling, rear-wheel drive performance and looks that make it a classic. Some would say that the styling is a bit stogy but if you are over 40, this is the must have sedan. Buy one if you can.

Pros: Just about the perfect sedan.

Cons: Took it on a lease and Mercedes set too high a residual to make purchase an option.   Mercedes waited until the day of handover to attempt a sale price - stupid!   I would have bought the car!

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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 350Review
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Love It — Long time benz owner, love it. Gets fantastic MPG and would recommend this car to anyone. For a car that gets such great mpg it still has a ton of power and drives like a dream. I have a 2007 E350

Primary Use: Family transportation

Pros: amazing car.  nothing like a benz

Cons: nothing

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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E 350 4MATICReview
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A Great Car For The Money. — I believe that an E350 is a great value whether your buying new or a pre owned. If buying a Pre-Owned vehicle I recommend a Certified Pre Owned Warranty from Mercedes. I enjoy the comfort and the amenities of my car.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: This is a great car for comfort, safety, and overall performance.

Cons: Some maintenance costs can be pricey.

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2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E AMG 63Review
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Once You Go Amg You Never Go Back — LOVE ITTTTTTTTT. There is no second to this E class. Not as small as C and not as large and boaty as the S. Looks are second to none. More power than you want and can handle. Easy on gas but maintenance cost will eat you up compared to regular E class but then why would anyone want to drive a boaring V8?

Primary Use: Commuting to work

Pros: OMG   AMG   OMG AMG  whatelse one can say

Cons: unbelievable maintenance cost, $3000.00 brake job!!!!OMG AMG

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

2021 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Reviews

Review By Pablogad

Looking good at this point ain’t have no problems Read More

Review By GuruF1KJM

Yes, great product and good price for the car. Read More

2020 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Reviews

Review By Eliasu

I think its cool to own a car like that . And also i think has value and has more features. Read More

Review By Sunny

My Mercedes E63 is one of the fastest cars on the road and is just a great and fun car!!! Read More

2019 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Reviews

Review By Guru9P9YBH

Really nice car with lots of cool features.... My big critic with mercedes is that with all their talk about safety, adaptive cruise control shouldnt be an expensive option on their vehicles Read More

Review By Don

The car is the best car ever and it was great for the value. The car is not missing anything. I would compare it to the S Class. Read More

2018 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Reviews

Review By Guru9142BY

As a used car it can be great value. There are some fairly basic E Classes out there, because options are so expensive initially. I suppose an A6 Allroad or a Volvo V90 are comparable but the Merced... Read More

Review By Douglas

its a nice car im happy i love my mercedes benz Read More

2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Reviews

Review By Kc2stlchef

I bought this car and I love it. This has been my favorite car yet. Read More

Review By Eddie

Beautiful vehicle, excellent options and fuel mileage. Very luxury/premium-feeling interior/exterior. Maintenance and repairs are expensive, as they are on any German vehicle, no complaints otherwi... Read More

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