Little things mean a lot. In the fiercely competitive luxury car market, automakers must keepthemselves attuned to the finest details, for in this league the buyers areespecially discerning. Two cars see minor changes that make for a bigdifference in their make-up. The Mercedes Benz E-Class gets an 8-cylinderoption, while Jaguar's XJ6 gets a long-wheelbase version of its venerab... Read full review for the 1997 Mercedes Benz E Class
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My last two vehicles were an '89 Accord LXi and a '99 Camry LE, which got me accustomed to good acceleration and road handling, and features like power steering and tinted windows. Purchased my E-320 ... Read Full Review
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