A few weeks ago I checked out a 2004 Mercedes-Benz C240 4Matic in wagon form and explained that you probably weren’t getting much Mercedes wagon for under $10,000. Today, I might have an exception to that loosely based rule. As long as you are okay with a few miles on the odometer.
Yes, this 2011 E350 4MATIC Estate up for sale in Florida comes in with nearly 208,000 on the odometer and doesn’t look like it is ready to slow down.
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Model: E350 4MATIC Estate
Engine: 3.5 liter V6
Transmission: 7-speed automatic
Mileage: 207,535 mi
Location: Pompano Beach, Florida
Price: $9,900 Buy It Now
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4540 N FEDERAL HWY, LIGHTHOUSE POINT, FL 33064
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2011 MERCEDES BENZ E350 4MATIC ESTATE WAGON with only 207k miles. This model has a POWERFUL 3.5L V6 ENGINE, SUNROOF, 3RD ROW SEATING, DVD SYSTEM, NAVIGATION SYSTEM, BLUETOOTH, BACK-UP CAMERA, LEATHER, WOOD STEERING WHEEL W/ CONTROLS, HARMAN/KARDON PREMIUM SOUND, HEATED SEATS, POWER LIFT-GATE, AND 4 MATCHING MICHELIN TIRES LOOKS IN GOOD CONDITION. Please look at ALL THE PICTURES, gorgeous BLUE paint over TAN interior. Our E350 ESTATE WAGON IS READY TO GO. THERE’S OVER 50 HIGH DEF PICTURES AND YOUTUBE VIDEO LISTED BELOW!
Truth be told, this one looks like it has held up really well for being driven nearly 19,000 miles a year since it was new. The only thing I can see is the steering wheel buttons are starting to peel along with the buttons on the door. Pretty impressive. I’m sure a lot of that has to do with the gentle climate in Florida and some owners with open checkbooks, but this proves somewhat that mileage isn’t everything. Yes, we have entered the range where any component can fail at any time, so maybe keep that in mind when considering something like this.
The asking price of just under $10,000 seems fair enough considering a car with half the mileage is literally double the price and sometimes even more. If I needed a local runaround with the utility of the wagon, this doesn’t seem like a bad buy at all. Just keep a small budget for inevitable repairs.