2000 Mercedes-Benz E-Class consumer reviews

$47,100 starting MSRP
side view of 2000 E-Class Mercedes-Benz
96% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.7
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.8
  • Value for the money 4.6
  • Exterior styling 4.8
  • Reliability 4.6
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5.0

Once I started buying Mercedes nothing else

I still owned it , grandson going to college and he wants it.we drive it to AZ and it took 4 days driving at a speed off 120 mi per hour it look like the harder you drive it the better it runs.

5.0

This car is a tank and drives unbelievably smooth

We bought this car for our daughter 5 years ago. We have owned 2 E300's prior to this vehicle.Both of those cars were in a T-Bone in seperate accidents and actually were able to drive away. Supe safe vehicles. This vechile is very Comfortable and the E320 was a nice improvement. The car has 155,000+ on it and still drives along at 90+ with no problem. Very dependable. I would recommend you do the work on these vehicles yourself. There a a ton of Utube videos and the car is pretty easy to work on. The Only thing I can say is living in Wisconsin I wish it had the 4matic. It still turns heads ~Even with the rusted look. I would highly recommend this model.

5.0

Most awesome car I ever owned

This car has the unique balance of comfort, luxury, reliability, low maintenance costs, super gas mileage, & power of any car I have ever owned in my 60 years of driving. I must tell young people this to spare them from buying Japanese cars that have nearly killed me in accidents with significant injuries, while these unique German cars can protect you from severe accidents with giant trucks as you walk away from these terrorizing collisions. They fallacies taught to us about any Mercedes is just not true. These cars always run & get you where you need to go. They are sounder than any car made today. The Germans build the most high quality vehicles on the planet, & that is a fact.

4.4

Reliable little car

I have owned 2 of the E-320 Mercedes and think they are great cars overall and were very reliable. These cars have a good amount of power and can overtake well. The handling and comfort are wonderful and they offer a very smooth ride that doesn’t change even at high speeds. Repairs were average and not costly if you have a regular mechanic and avoid the dealership and won’t cost you any more than any other car really. These cars can go forever if maintained and taken care of and drive like new even over 200k as well as 300k. If you follow the guidelines to repairs and replacement by Mercedes , you will never be left stranded or have any problems and the engine will go forever. Good cars . Great for first cars for kids as well because they are reliable , affordable, and let me just say they are built well . One of the safest cars I owned . My first E320 got hit from the side by a school bus that ran a red light and while the car looked like it got rolled over by a bus on the drivers side front end .... it still held up well and I was not injured what so ever , driver side airbag deployed as expected and although the car was not driveable due to the wheel being bent inward, I couldn’t believe that when I went to see it at my mechanics shop the car started right up no problem and the engine was purring like a kitten. I would recommend this car to people of all ages as it is reliable and built well.

4.9

Last of the great true German Mercedes Benz

A fantastic car! The W210 E320 is one Mercedes Benz finest accomplishments. The M112 motor is legendary and with 122,000 miles and aged almost 20 years, this car still pulls like a train and handles exceptionally well for a larger sedan. I do a lot of long distance highway driving and the E320 is an absolute pleasure to drive, very comfortable and passing people is effortless. I've had the check engine light come on once in 5 years of ownership and it turned out to be a rotted vacuum line that I replaced for $1.50. The only real issue I've had with this car is rust along the wheel wheels, but I live in Pennsylvania and the winters can be downright nasty. My next car will be another W210, that's of this one ever dies and I can't foresee that happening.

4.0

Son's first CAR

My youngest first car when he was in school. Now he has a job and still driving the car with more than 200,000 miles on it. Its going!! He said he will wait till it give up on him, but will get another Mercedez when he's ready to get a new one.

5.0

you don't feel the stress of driving

dependable, reliable and turns heads. 2008 camry owners envy the level of tech in it... seats are super comfy, engine super quiet, a beast that delivers when needed

5.0

Mercedes Benz E320

I bought this car used and have had it for a couple years. It is nearing 200,000 miles on the odometer and is still a fantastic performance vehicle. It has a 6 cyl. 3.2L engine that will smoke most vehicles on the street and yet still gets around 23 mpg, give or take depending on driving style. Heated leather seats, great sound system (CD changer in the trunk), lots of whistles and bells that don't break like they do on most vehicles. It handles like a sports car but can still be a relaxing family sedan. If you know where to shop, general maintenance doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg, unlike what common advice would tell you; that may be different for your area or for newer cars where parts aren't as prevalent. I used to think of German engineering as over-engineering but not so much anymore!

4.3

most reliable car i have owned till date

this car met all of my needs. has plenty of room. is a luxury car and the perfect car if you want to show off your wealth. this is a german car and therefore is reliable

5.0

Most reliable car I've owned

Unbelievable machine that does represents perfection and reliability. It is a very safe vehicle to drive.