2006 Mercedes-Benz E500 4Matic Estate

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Here’s a V8 that can haul. Literally. For a short while, Mercedes-Benz offered the W211 E-Class estate in V8 form. Sure, with this generation E-class you could opt to have your E-class estate AMG tuned, but for those who simply wanted a V8 cruiser, the E500 estate was an option. This 2006 example for sale in Illinois has under 70,000 miles on the clock and comes equipped with 4Matic all-wheel drive, making this five-door not only a sleeper, but practical when the foul weather arrives. With V8 all-wheel drive estates like these, who needs the ubiquitous SUV?

Click for details: 2006 Mercedes-Benz E500 4Matic Estate on eBay

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Year: 2006
Model: E500 4Matic Estate
Engine: 5.0 liter V8
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Mileage: 67,693 mi
Price: $15,900 Buy It Now

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2006 MERCEDES E500 4MATIC WAGON SLVR/BLK LTHR MNRF NAVIGATION HTD/AC STS 1OWNER!
ONLY 67K MILES!!

RARE WAGON AWD 4MATIC!!

2006 MERCEDES E500 4MATIC WAGON!!

SILVER ON BLACK LEATHER INTERIOR!!

NAVIGATION!! 3RD-ROW SEATING!! XENONS!!

V8 ENGINE!! ALL WHEEL DRIVE SYSTEM!!

POWER MOONROOF!! PARK DISTANCE CONTROL!!

AMAZING PRICE ON AN AMAZING VEHICLE!!

HEATED COOLED SEATS!! ONLY 1-OWMER!!

PURCHASE WITH CONFIDENCE FROM “GOLD COAST MOTORS”!!

CALL SALES @ 1-888-464-7251 TODAY!!

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We’ve seen a few W211 E55 AMG and E63 AMG estates pass through GCFSB over the last year or two, most are ranging in the $30,000 to $40,000 territory. Given the condition and mileage of this example, it’s not too far off the mark for where the market is on these eight cylinder Es. If you don’t necessarily need the extra horsepower and craziness of the E55 AMG or E63 AMG, this E500 would be a nice middle ground between the more pedestrian E320 and those AMG nutters, lending a bit more of a serene driving experience while leaving plenty of power in reserve.

-Paul

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4 Comments

  1. I covet a 2014+ E63 wagon, but in reality will never be able to swing one. This looks like a clean, well-optioned ride and I like the color combination (even if it does trend toward the boring side of things). What is the reliability of the 5.0 liter and the drivetrain of this vintage?

  2. These have been known to have transmission problems. My buddy had one and tired of the trips to the shop for transmission woes. Do you homework!

  3. I purchased a 2006 CLK 500 in 2010 with 52,000 miles on the car. The mileage is now 106,200 miles with no major issues. Love the car and the power. The car is also silver with a black interior and nice wood accents. I would not hesitate to buy this car if it was garaged in the winter. Fortunately mine is a California car.

  4. Have an ’04 that I bought CPO’d 8 years ago – now at 120k. Drivetrain has been bulletproof, air suspension not so much, but was all fixed while under CPO, so didn’t bother me (and definitely more robust than the air suspension in my previous audi allroad.) I have heard electronics can be flaky, but have not had any issues.

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