A good Benz sedan always gains a lot of interest. After all, they
were built for the long run, and they are often exceptionally
maintained. Such is the case with this 1997 Mercedes-Benz E320.
It's clean, complete, and premium to keep it a worthwhile classic
cruiser in the modern age.
As this Benz hits its 25th anniversary, it seems to strike the
right balance of modern amenities and classic appeal. You have the
classic look with the traditional Mercedes grille, but with an
overall more streamlined silhouette. The fit of the panels reminds
you of superior German build quality, and these second-generation
E-Class sedans have the right executive-level size. And the Black
Opal paint is a true high-class option. This factory application
has a mature look from the age and mileage, but that's also a
different standard on a Mercedes. So it still gives you a terrific
metallic glow every time the sunshine finds this distinct finish.
It's a good-looking sedan, right down to details like the tan
pinstripe that previews the interior. And while the wheels look
stock, they are actually upgraded alloys that give you a fresher
shine and larger 17-inch size.
The tan leather interior looks premium, clean, and well-kept. Even
the wear in the driver's area is surprisingly attractive for this
car's age/mileage. So you really can tell just by the first
impression that this is a well-respected Mercedes. One of the
reasons for a car to be kept at such an upper-class level is
because it has upper-class amenities. You have a power sunroof,
power windows, power locks, power mirrors, dual front airbags, side
airbags, a stock AM/FM/cassette stereo with CD changer, and
automatic A/C climate control. These were built to be true driver's
machines. That's why the front seat not only power adjusts, but
also yours remembers your ideal driving position. There's a wide
comfy armrest, grippy steering wheel, and crisp VDO gauges. So it's
easy to get comfortable even for the long haul.
The engine bay shows off the correct fuel-injected 3.2-liter motor.
This multi-valve six-cylinder delivers its 217 horsepower with the
kind of immediate authority you expect from a premium German sedan.
And because this is a Benz, you know it still purrs with precision
today. Mercedes builds cars that were made to be enjoyed on the
open road. That's why you have features like the fully independent
suspension, power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes with ABS,
and a four-speed automatic transmission with overdrive.
This has the solid Mercedes quality you love, and a price that you
can afford. Don't miss this deal, call today!