2007 Mercedes-benz E-class on 2040-cars
Keams Canyon, Arizona, United States
2007 Mercedes-Benz E320 BLUETEC Sedan 4D with 3.0L, V6, 82,900 Original MilesTurbo Diesel, Auto, 7-Spd Shift, RWD, ABS (4-Wheel), A/C, Alloy Wheels, AM/FMStereo, CD, Cruise Control, Daytime Running Lights, Dual Air Bags, Dual PowerSeats, Electronic Stability Control, Fog Lights, Harman Kardon Sound, HeatedSeats, Keyless Entry, Leather, Moon Roof, Navigation, Sensors, Power Door Locks,Power Steering, Power Windows, Sirius Satellite, Tilt and Telescoping Wheel,Traction Control. I am the second owner of this car, it is in perfect conditionneeds no engine or body work nothing. This particular model, the E320 BLUETEC,at about 80,000-100,000 miles requires at least two major repairs in order tokeep the car in good running condition. The first major repair is the swirlmotor a.k.a. also known as the intake manifold flapper motor, will go out andneeds to be replaced. The other thing nobody will tell you is that at about100,000 miles the oil cooler seals will begin to fail another major problem. Idecided to replace the swirl motor, and the oil cooler seals since the turbowill have to be removed and I figured I might as well go all the way. To sum itup I have replaced the swirl motor, the EGR valve motor, the oil cooler sealsand the dual air intake unit with the one Sensor as recommended by MB;additionally, the fuel and oil filters and lastly, an oil change was done.
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Auto blogMon, 02 Dec 2013
If you drop $100,000 on a luxury sedan, it seems only reasonable to receive some preferential treatment at the dealership you purchased from. After all, that price isn't just for the car - you're paying for the brand and all the cachet that entails. For Mercedes-Benz, those benefits have apparently been lacking relative to the German brand's luxury competitors.
That's set to change, though, as Automotive News reports that the German brand is placing a much greater emphasis on keeping its customers happy and loyal with its MB Select program. Starting with the new S-Class and spreading to the CLA-Class (and eventually beyond), dealers are being given money - up to $2,500 in the case of the flagship sedan - just to improve the customer experience.
We agree, improving the "customer experience" is quite a vague term, so it's nice that Mercedes USA's CEO, Steve Cannon, offered up some examples to AN at the LA Auto Show. For example, a customer couldn't fit his sunglasses into the overhead compartment. "So we bought him a pair of Ray-Ban sunglasses that fit because of their shape," Cannon said.
Brazil is the place to be, apparently. Toyota has been investing in the South American country, as has BMW, which announced a $261 million investment in October 2012, on the heels of an Audi factory announcement in San José Chiapa. The high-end immigration is only set to continue, as Mercedes-Benz and Jaguar-Land Rover have both announced plans to set up manufacturing operations there.
Mercedes is the big news here, as its new facility will see the German manufacturer invest 170-million euros for production of its next-generation C-Class and upcoming GLA-Class. "Brazil is an important future market. With our local production we accept the challenge and take on the competition," noted Andreas Renschler, Management Board member for Production and Procurement at Mercedes-Benz Cars and Mercedes-Benz Vans. Production is expected to begin by 2016.
Jaguar-Land Rover, meanwhile, isn't so concrete in its plans. The news of its investment in South America comes from a job posting for a plant quality manager in Brazil that was picked up by the UK's AutoCar. "Portuguese language skills will be definite advantage" for interested candidates, according to the job listing. The want ad follows on the heels of remarks by Jaguar Land Rover's Dr. Ralph Speth, who said there are "very intensive discussions" with Brazil's government. Unlike Mercedes, there's no mention of which vehicles will be produced in South America, although AutoCar thinks the Freelander, sold in the US as the LR2, is a leading contender.
Mercedes Makes A Mighty Little Sedan
We got overexcited when the W203 Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan came out in 2001, calling it the "Baby Benz" when it really wasn't. We knew that, too, but our enthusiasm for a model more like the old 190 of the '80s was so strong that we were willing to stretch the first-gen C-Class to fit that mold. Today, the C-Class has done what all German premium cars do: grown in size. In this case, grown to satisfy the market intentions of the previous E-Class.
There was the tall A-Class sold from 1998 through 2010, but we never considered that a serious small Benz in the proper spirit, nor was it ever offered in the US. Regardless, we've been craving a smaller, premium, sexy sedan all the while.