With the new E320 Station Wagon, Mercedes-Benz has introduced a car that is essentially obsolete. The dramatic rise in minivans and then sport-utility vehicles in the last 15 years has made the station wagon almost extinct. Only Subaru's sporty all-wheel drive Outback wagons are selling well. Nearly all other automakers have thrown in the towel and switched from wagons to vans and sp... Read full review for the 1998 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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Bought from original owner with 76,000 miles. This car was obviously not a daily driver. Now it is. Will back up newer kid-hauler. Drives wonderfully...especially for a 14 yr old car! Look is still cu... Read Full Review
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