It’s common knowledge that you can get more for your money with a used car than you can new. If you are brave enough to dabble in the art of pre-owned luxury vehicles you can, in fact, get a lot more. So let’s transition from the E320 featured earlier today to this S320 from the same model year, 1994. While it’s not the top of the line S class of its day, this car still cost a pretty penny when new and can now be had for a fraction of its original value. This particular car for sale in California has only 55,000 original miles, leaving a lot of life left for the new owner.
Click for more details: 1994 Mercedes-Benz S320 on eBay
Engine: 3.2 liter inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 55,600 mi
Price: $7,800 Buy It Now
Pristine condition 1994 Mercedes-Benz S320 sedan. Finished in Smoke Silver with beautiful Bamboo Leather interior. 55,000 original miles. Amazing condition inside and out. Runs and drives excellent. A/C is cold, power memory seats, power windows, power mirrors, power moonroof, and cruise control all work properly. Original first aid kit. Michelin MXV tires have 70% tread life remaining. Recent service and has passed California Emission Testing. Please call Keith @ 626-253-1946 for any additional information on this S Class. Perfect for any collector or enthusiast. GREAT BUY it NOW or MAKE an OFFER. We are a licensed and bonded dealer in Southern California and all California residents will pay state sales tax, license fee of $15.00 and a $125.00 documentation and smog fee. We welcome all Canadian and out of state buyers and will assist with low cost shipping anywhere in the U.S. Thanks and happy motoring.
So for about the same price, what will it be, the E or the S? Those familiar with W140 S classes know these are some of the most complex cars from the era. Given this is a six cylinder model and the least equipped model of them all, it is less of a risk further down the line. However, certain items can still prove to be a bit pricey if they break. I’d say given the condition and mileage, the asking price is reasonable, as long as you budget aside a few thousand more at a minimum for any maintenance that might need doing.