1997 Mercedes-Benz E320 with 30,000 miles

As I scour through endless ads of exotica that appears here on GCFSB weekly, I still find charm in older Mercedes-Benz sedans that some folks may find a bit staid. When it was introduced for 1996, the E class took a radical turn with a front end decked out with oval headlamps, a styling hallmark that would crop up in a number of other models in the lineup over the next decade. This low mileage 1997 E320 would be the last year for the venerable M104 inline-6 motor in the E class, replaced the follow model year by the M112 V6.

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Year: 1997
Model: E320
Engine: 3.2 liter inline-6
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 30,824 mi
Price: No reserve auction

1997 Mercedes E320. Florida car. Offered at no reserve. 30k original miles. Brand new tires, a couple days old. Absolutely gorgeous. Rare find. One owner that was handed down to family. All original.

You are looking at a gorgeous 1 owner florida car with only 30k original miles. These are actual miles and it SHOWS. This E320 has been handed down to the surviving family as it served no need anymore as it was an extra car. This gorgeous E320 shines from its original paint and looks like glass. A true example of a garaged kept and barely driven car. 1,700 was the average miles driven by the original family. Interior is clean and all pictures will show how maintained and well kept it was. All fluids were check and there is nothing that this Mercedes needs mechanically. Most services on this E320 was oil change as there has been nothing wrong with the car thru its owner ship as well these Mercedes are bullet proof. Tires are brand new yes brand new and put on 01/22/2014 only a couple days old. It shifts perfect and runs smooth. Pictures don’t do this Mercedes justice but as you can see it is extremely clean. If you would like a report of the autocheck please send your email and I would be happy to send. Like any used car there is normal wear and tear but extremely limited and by far above any condition on the market currently. There are no disappointments.

A lot of times when low mileage cars like this E320 come up for auction, the seller tends to put a reserve on it that never gets met. It’s refreshing to see this well-preserved W210 on offer at no reserve. I’d suspect somewhere in the $6,000 to $8,000 range is where this particular E class will wind up. Frankly, beige never looked so good.

-Paul