2002 MB E320 4-matic with <50K, Would you buy it?
Hello, I've been looking at these wagons for quite some time. I randomly found
this one 2 owner with <50K. For less than 8K. My husband and I are in disagreement. He can't believe the price nor the mileage. I'm thinking it could be the deal of the year. Thoughts. Reliability? Lack of use/sitting issues.
Older MB's require regular maintenance and the cost of parts are more than domestic cars. If your good at tinkering on cars and doing some of your own work, I would say yes. If you will be taking it to the dealer for everything, then No.
Have u seen any other screeming deals on any type car of the same calaber durring ur searches. Like bmw's e classes sport cars or even ttuck & suv's
The mileage is what amazes me. It was owned for 11 years and only driven 35K miles. And next owner only drove it 12K in 2.5 years.
I'd be weary of it. As you mentioned, lack of use can cause gremlins. How many owners total? Any accidents reported? You'll want to have things like the tires, brakes, belt(s), and hoses looked at carefully. Has the vehicle been garaged? That's a big plus! HTH. -Jim
THE WORST CAR TO BUY IS A MERCEDES. IT HAS THE HIGHEST COST OF OWNERSHIP OF ANY CAR. WHEN YOU BUY A USED CAR YOUR BUYING SOMEONE ELSES PROBLEMS. BUY NEW AND YOU'LL BE HAPPIER! YOUR BUYING TRANSPORTATION NOT A SYMBOL. YOU WANT IT RELIABLE AND NOT ALWAYS NEEDING TO BE FIXED!
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