Mercedes-Benz introduced a new generation of its midsize E-Class sedan for 2003. A 221-horsepower, 3.2-liter V-6 powers the E320, while the E500 gets a 302-hp V-8. A high-performance E55 AMG model that's fitted with a 469-hp supercharged V-8 is also available. A wagon body style is offered, ... Read Full Report
On the very day when oil has risen to a new high of about $64 a barrel -- the same day President Bush signed a $12.3 billion energy bill that is supposed to help lessen our dependence on petroleum -- I am driving around in a car that is EPA-rated at 14 mpg in the city. It's a station wagon with a little rear-facing flip-up seat in the back that is just right for twin adolescents, meaning t... Read full review for the 2005 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
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I love my 2005 E500. Tasteful design with alot of giddy-up. I love when people try not to let me merge. All the power and handling you would ever want. I owned a S500 previously and I find the E500 ... Read Full Review
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