Because Mercedes-Benz has been in business for over a hundred years, you can be rest assured that when you go with this brand, you are dealing with a reputable, experienced company. Of course, if you go with a used Mercedes, purchased from one of our trusted sellers here at Want Ad Digest, you can save some money when purchasing a Mercedes car for sale. Here, we will take a look at a few of the different models you may be interested in checking out further in our Mercedes ads.
Let us first examine the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, which debuted in 1993, and stands for "compact class." The latest model of this car has a stable 3.0 liter V6 engine coupled with optimal break performance. Originally sold in sedan and station wagon body styles, the C-Class comes available now in luxury and sport versions, with all-wheel drive offered on the C300; in other words, this line of Mercedes cars covers a rather wide range of different types of automobiles.
In breaking out this line, Mercedes was hoping to expand their customer base to younger buyers with the compact design. If you are looking at C-Class cars in Mercedes ads, you could be checking out a sedan, a convertible, a coupe, or any other number of models. Of course, if you have any specific questions with what types of perks a particular model offers compared to others, do not hesitate to ask the seller.
Next, we shall check out the E-Class series. According to Edmunds, the E-Class cars are the "heart of Mercedes' success throughout the world." The E-Class history begins with the W120, or the Pontoon, which started out in 1953 as the Mercedes 180. The circular-like shape of this car gave way to its nickname, the "Pontoon." The shape proved advantageous, as the car was unusually large inside compared to the fairly modest size of the car outside. Although the W120 was rather slow, European countries ended up adapting this model for their ideal taxicab car, and they are still used as such in some places today.
In 1955, the 190SL roadster replaced the W120, which evolved into a sedan in 1956. The next car in the E-Class series was the W110, or the Fintail, of the 1960s. This midsize model included "tail fins," much like a Cadillac. The W110 was nearly ten inches longer and over two inches wider than the aforementioned W120. The W114/W115, or The Stroke-8, came next in 1968 with a new and improved suspension system. The W123, or the Wedge, came out in 1977 with its flattened grille and improvements in safety features - the fuel tank was moved over the back axel where it was better protected in a collision, for example.
If you are browsing Mercedes ads for a more modern used car, you may want to consider the W124, or E Name, which has a completely revamped structure; the car is made to be both lightweight and strong. The W210, or Four-Eyed E, came out in 1996, which featured a larger wheelbase. In 2003, the W211, or the Current E, came about with its 3.2 liter V6 engine with 221 horsepower. An adaptive suspension contributes to better quality and handling with the W211, and some models offer Drive Dynamic seats that adjust to the cushioning.
Again, if you are unsure of what features a certain model you are looking at in Mercedes ads includes, do not hesitate to ask the seller. Of course, as with any other vehicle you purchase, either new or used, either online or not, you will want to see the car in person before making that final transaction; thus, you will have a chance to check out all the bells and whistles.
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