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2006 Mercedes-Benz E350 Estate

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Your dollar doesn’t go very far if you want a Mercedes-Benz station wagon. I’ve expanded on the value of the wagons in the past, and that seems to be holding true in almost every example. However, if you really want a long body with a three-pointed star, you can find a good buy if you search hard enough or adjust your standards low enough. This 2006 E350 Wagon up for sale Tennessee is a little bit of both.

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Year: 2006
Model: E350 Estate
VIN: WDBUH87J56X190738
Engine: 3.5 liter V6
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 161,623 mi
Location: Lebanon, Tennessee
Price: $5,995 Buy It Now

Excellent car!! All wheel drive loaded with premium leather and all power options including moonroof and premium sound. We have excellent financing options with very low interest rates available for you

A prime example this is not. A well-traveled 161,000 miles and lots of bumps and bruises to prove it. The interior has a few stains and spots on the seats, but believe me in saying I’ve seen 100x worse than this for sale to the general public. This was most certainly a family hauler used to its fullest, but I think it might have some more life left.

However, it’s a mere $6,000 for this example, which I think is more than fair. Most W211 wagons bottom out at around $10,000 if they are in decent shape, which most certainly are, so you are getting a discount to look the other way from the flaws. If I needed an all-wheel drive family hauler that I didn’t have to worry about, tough to argue against this one. You’d probably get away with under $500 a year in service and repairs, so even the upkeep isn’t that painful. Good to see there are some deals still out there.

– Andrew


  1. E88Guy
    E88Guy October 3, 2020

    What’s the motor and transmission in this? 161K miles is not insignificant. The $500/yr maintenance estimate feels aggressive.

  2. james fuerstenberg
    james fuerstenberg October 6, 2020

    I would be somewhat worried about deferred maintenance…

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