After a face-lift and a raft of new features last year, Mercedes most popular model line in North America sees little change for 2001.The E-Class returns as a four-door sedan and a station wagon, both available with rear-wheel or four-wheel drive. The E-Class sedan splits the difference in... Read Full Report
What's the top family sedan on the market today, something that blends comfort and accommodations with safety, performance and practicality? One that's not too big and not too small, that's high on value and longevity? I'd have to go with the Mercedes-Benz E320. Of course, it takes at least $47,000 to get one, which is why you'll never find the Benz among th... Read full review for the 2001 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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First off, this car is better than any number rating that someone can come up with. Everthing about this car is wonderful. Everthing runs as accordingly. The seats are some of the best, and any car co... Read Full Review
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