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1998 Mercedes-Benz E320 Wagon

Earlier this week I looked at a W124 wagon that I thought was a great buy for both the short and long term. Today is another Mercedes wagon and the successor of the W124 — the W210. The W210 wagon still sold reasonably well compared to the legendary W123 and W124 thanks to the introduction of an all new 4matic system and well,  it’s a Mercedes wagon. This E320 wagon for sale in New York offers a ton of value for very little money and even better, it’s in a rare color.

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Year: 1998
Model: E320 Wagon
Engine: 3.2 liter V6
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 97,000 mi
Price: $2,800 Buy It Now

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Mr Chen

Mr. Chen’s description for this wagon leaves a lot of be desired but from what I can see, this E320 looks pretty solid. Usually by now the rust bug has taken over in full force but I’m not seeing any in the photos. Ideally you’d need to crawl under the vehicle to really get a good gauge and check the spring perches as well. The paint on this car is Quartz Blue Metallic which is actually the same color that was used on the SL320 Anniversary Edition. My guess is that Mercedes had a batch of this color laying around and just used it up where they could and this was one of the lucky cars. Inside, this looks to be a pretty low option car because it’s missing the heated seats and it has the typical W210 broken glove box latch as well. It could use a good deep cleaning as well because the dirt spots and stains are frequent but nothing outrageous.

At $2,800, it’s tough to go wrong here. With less than 100,000 miles and the M112 V6 being pretty stout outside of a few minor things, you can get a ton of use out of this wagon and not really lose any money. If I was closer I’d seriously consider snagging this thing up for a nice winter vehicle for years to come. As long as you stay on top of the maintenance, I’m not seeing any real downside to this wagon considering its price tag.

– Andrew