2013 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
There are 9 user reviews for the E350 Sedan trim shown below
- Appearance; options; luxury; solid ride; safety features; room
- Usual Mercedes drawbacks (cost of maintenance and repairs, etc.)
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This is my first MB and my wife's second. I have only had it for a short time, so I will update this posting should it be necessary later. We have two young children, and the backseats offer plenty of space for front-facing carseats. I doubt a rear-facing seat does too well, but I don't need it.
The ride is smooth, and the cockpit is quiet at highway speeds. I have not learned how to use all the bells and whistles, but the safety features are outstanding (e.g. car wakes you up if you are dozing and anticipates hard braking).
As far as styling, if you like the old school Mercedes feel with modern features and power, this is it. The exterior is sleek and sporty, and the Mercedes emblem is on a hood ornament and not in the grille as what appears to be a rodeo belt buckle on other models such as the C-Class. The interior is elegantly simple, and the controls do not appear daunting (but again, we have not attempted to learn everything yet).
Finally, it is my wife's car and she loves it. She has certainly "earned" the right to love her car, and she does. That alone makes the car a great value.
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