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1991 Mercedes Benz 190E 2.3
by Jeff from United States | April 6, 2010
I purchased this car used for my stepson in '00. It may be the best deal I've ever gotten. The fuel economy is very good, the build quality is absolutely spectacular, the ride is excellent ... I couldn't be happier. He has standing orders to give the car back to me when he's done with it, but 10 years later he's still holding on to it and won't even think about another auto. It still looks like it's fresh off the lot and I'm simply amazed at the quality of this 2 decade old vehicle. Some issues have started to crop up, but I'd buy another one of these in a heartbeat.