Feature Listing: 1995 Mercedes-Benz E320 Cabriolet

For as long as I can remember, the sign that one “made” it was a Mercedes-Benz, and specifically a convertible one. Sure, if you wanted to go fast you bought a Porsche, and if you wanted to go in the snow you bought an Audi – or if you wanted to do what everyone else on Wall Street did, you bought a BMW. But there was a royal air about Mercedes-Benz models that the others couldn’t really capture. Perhaps it was the long and storied history of one of the most significant automobile manufacturers in the world – a car company that had been selling the best cars in the world to the stars since the 1930s. Perhaps it was the incredible build quality of many of their models; cars not designed to a price point, but to an engineering standard unsurpassed anywhere in the world. Or perhaps it was just simply that the cars Mercedes-Benz managed to make you feel incredibly special, incredibly pampered and yet not be ostentatious or overstated. In truth, it’s probably a little bit of each, and few cars embody this combination of qualities quite as well as the W124 Mercedes-Benz did. You could have economic diesels, versatile estates, sporty V8 monsters, or enjoy the limitless sky the cabriolet version offered you:

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Year: 1995
Model: E320 Cabriolet
Engine: 3.2 liter inline-6
Transmission: 4-speed automatic
Mileage: 96,883 mi
Price: $18,500

1995 Mercedes E320 Cabriolet
2 owners
accident free
Equipped with a powerful and economical 3.2L engine
new black German canvas top
power top
heated seats
upgraded mercedes chrome wheels
all power options
runs and drives (transmissions replaced)
miles – 96,883
Price – $18,500

The E320 Cabriolet is certainly a stately car, and this example looks excellent in silver with classic grey leather. With under 100,000 miles on the odometer, this car offers plenty of life and boasts the added advantage of some of the more notable wear items having been replaced, such as the top and transmission. The M104 3.2 inline-6 is smooth and plenty powerful for enjoyment without being a maintenance hog. Overall condition appears to be very good and with no accidents and only two owners, this E320 is really ready to enjoy for years to come. We expect these classic cabriolets will continue to appreciate in coming years, a testament to the boundless appeal of the W124 and classic Mercedes-Benz models.

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-Carter

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2 Comments

  1. I completely agree with your comments Carter.
    Mercedes used to be a special car, just like BMW, and Porsche. Today, they are mass produced appliances. Pre-owned, they’re a dime a dozen.

  2. A friend of mine recently told me his secretary bought a new Mercedes-Benz CLA because it was the same price as a fully equipped Honda Accord. Just wait until she gets the first repair bill out of warranty 🙂

    I agree with audemars, above. I was a huge Mercedes fan, with nine of them passing through my family, model years ranging from 1962 through 2007. I wouldn’t classify the current lineup as terrible, but these cars just don’t do it for me anymore. If I get back into a Benz, it will certainly be a classic one.

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