2002 Mercedes-Benz C320 Estate

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The Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate was a very short lived offering here in the US market, lasting only four years, with supply cut off two years before the next generation C-class would arrive. In the beginning, two engine choices were offered, a 2.6 liter V6 or 3.2 liter V6, with or without 4Matic all-wheel drive. Later on, the C240 would soldier on as the sole C-class estate, available with or without 4Matic. This 2002 C320 Estate for sale in New Jersey has well under 50,000 miles and wears the five-spoke alloys from the Sport package of the period.

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Year: 2002
Model: C320 Estate
Engine: 3.2 liter V6
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 43,174 mi
Price: $9,999 Buy It Now

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2002 Mercedes Benz C320 V-6 Wagon. Only 43k Original Miles Since New! Finished in Jet Black over Black Interior. Heated Seats, Power Sunroof, Power Seats, Alloy Wheels, Mercedes Benz Dealer serviced almost since new. This 2 owner vehicle is in great shape inside and out and shows no signs of abuse. This one has the legendary Mercedes 320 engine which can last for as long as its maintained. A very sturdy vehicle can than stand the test of time in style. More pictures and Free Carfax on our Website. This vehicle Qualifies for an Extended Warranty. Fore more information contact us directly at 973 513 9023.

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There is a C240 4Matic Estate that parks near me in my building’s garage and every time I walk past I’m always struck by what a handsome five-door this is. With all-wheel drive and a decent sized load bay, who needs any of the myriad of small SUVs you can find trolling the roads these days? I remember when the W203 C-Class came out I wasn’t enamored with the styling, but it grew on me over time, enough that I would eventually purchase a 2007 C230 Sport sedan. It’s quite disappointing that Mercedes-Benz has decided to deny us of their brand new C-Class Estate, as the rear styling is rather more appealing than the sedan, in my opinion. The price on this particular C320 is quite strong for such an early W203. Around $7,000 to $8,000 is about the top end of these small estates currently, but if you really have to have one and want it mint, your choices are limited.

-Paul

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4 Comments

  1. Such disappointing interior design, so morose and bargain.

  2. Brad, I totally agree. In 2005 there was an upgrade but it was still a bit underwhelming. It’s Benzes like these that cements love for the vintage ones.

  3. You can thank Chrysler for the real garbage Mercedes was turning out then. They’re still suffering from that deal. Why would anyone buy that wagon when they could buy an Audi Allroad, A6 Avant or A4 Avant?

  4. I could almost live with that interior design, except for that gawdawful, cheap looking instrument pod. And same here, stuff like that makes me love the older ones.

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