is buying a mercedes benz over 100k a good buy?

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Asked by Feb 09, 2015 at 10:56 PM about the 2008 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

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Mercedes = very expensive to repair and maintain. Over 100,000 miles even worse. Also it depends on the price of the car and the depth of your wallet.

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Owned many Mercedes.. the only models over 100K are the S class, SL and CL series and they all hold their resale values extremely well.

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I think the original poster is asking about a Mercedes C- Class with over 100,000 miles NOT a Mercedes over $100,000.

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Bob what are the best miles to buy an 08 to 11 C250 or C300 4 door

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I personally would avoid a Mercedes unless it was new and with a full warranty.

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meaning under 100k

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It's been said many times here before... "there's nothing so expensive as a cheap Mercedes." Like most European vehicles, the basics (engine, transmission, etc...) will most likely last a long time, it's all the OTHER stuff (electrical, A/C, electronic, etc...) that can be frighteningly expensive to maintain. Buy only from whom you know, require documentation of all required maintenance, check CarFax and Auto-Check, have experienced M-B mechanic check the vehicle over.

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