2007 Mercedes-Benz E-Class consumer reviews

$50,550 starting MSRP
side view of 2007 E-Class Mercedes-Benz
86% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.8
  • Interior design 4.6
  • Performance 4.6
  • Value for the money 4.3
  • Exterior styling 4.6
  • Reliability 4.2
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Best car ever!!!

Best car overall, in all aspects possible. It has everything needed and it’s very comfortable. I would recommend it to anyone. The best looking car


too expensive to get repaired at your shop

to expensive to work on at your service department. I cant afford to bring it back. I should have did more research on how expensive it is to bring to your dealership.


Powerful, elegant and safe.

Best commuter car and long distance car ever made. Use for client meetings and for long vacations. Safe as a tank. Rock solid ride, all safety features and easy to operate.


this mercedes can't pass emision test I spend many

lovk nice bat large isue in the engine and sefty equipment I try fix bat any shop cant find what is problem wire harnes made from cheep material protection from wire burn and made posibile connection this is wery danger dravin this carr



I love this car. The style, the power (E63 AMG) the comfort are all incredible. I?m glad I waited for the AMG model. Also wife approved!



The 2007 Mercedes e550 luxury sedan is a great car. Have owned mine now for 9 years. I was warned early on that the suspension would be the first major expense and the dealer was right. The only complaint I have is that the airmatic air suspension system is is poorly designed and over-engineered. If the inexpensive air reservoir gets a leak (very common), the entire back end has to be pulled off to replace it at a cost of thousands. When mine went, I went with an Arnott aftermarket product that bypassed the Benz design and saved me thousands and the car's been fine ($1,300 installed vs. $6,000 dealer). Not a car for someone adverse to spending money on repairs. But aside from the suspension issues, it's really been a fine ride.


Ballerina with boxing gloves

Simply the best of the best smooth Shute footed Geary safe snow ice that snow or ice eats that for snack and all in fine luxury


Very attractive car. Will certainly turn heads.

This is one of the most luxurious cars I have every bought. It has everything you will want in a car and more. The ride is smooth even for an older car.


Modern diesel performance car.

Mid-size Benz handles well, relatively firm ride and precise steering. Interior front is comfortable for two above average size people, rear seat is best for smaller adults and children. Best feature is the 3.0L BlueTec diesel engine. LOTS of torque and power. More than the gas version, better mileage too. Mine gets 33-34 around town and between 37-39 highway (depending how fast you drive). I cruise at around 70 and get 36 or better. Passing is a breeze, in the rain be sure the traction control is on because it will break the tires loose from a standstill. Zero to 60mph in about 8 seconds. Watch out for a leaking oil cooler, very expensive repair ($1800) and most need it eventually. If you find a used one with the cooler already done you'll have a bulletproof car. ZF 7 speed German transmission. A great commuter or small family car.


Good looks, great performance, and safe as a tank!

Smooth as glass on the open road, nimble and agile in corners, great on gas (combined about 17 mpg actual real-life driving) considering the size and horsepower (382) of this tamed monster. Tons of safety, comfort, and convenience features like heated/cooled front seats, a feature that raises the airmatic suspension to make sure the car is above a curb before you park, brakes that will amaze you, and of course classy styling that will turn heads in this black beauty.