1995 Mercedes E320 - last model year of the renowned W124 platform

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Mercedes-Benz
  • Model: E-Class
  • Type: Sedan
  • Trim: E320
  • Year: 1995
  • Mileage: 122,000
  • VIN: WDBEA32E9SC192645
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: M104 inline-6
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Power options: Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
  • Options: CD Player, Leather Seats, Sunroof
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1995 Mercedes-Benz E-Class E320 Description

Young Classic
Over-engineered, reliable, safe and built like a tank, this 1995 Mercedes E320 has the post-facelift front end that brought European-style glass headlights and a slightly rounder grille to the the US market. This '95 represents the final production year for Mercedes' renowned W124 platform.

Mercedes safety abounds with ABS for its superb four-wheel disc brakes. It includes dual driver and passenger airbags, a belt-tensioning system, advanced crumple zone and safety cell engineering.
The car is completely stock save for the radio. I'll include the original factory Becker. The windows are clean and clear with no shoddy after-market tint job.
The efficient M104 inline-6 engine is smooth (the infamous wiring harness was replaced before I purchased the car). Cruise control functions properly. The car's automatic transmission shifts smoothly.
The gray leather interior has been maintained. The leather is soft and still looks clean with only minor wear (no tears or large scuffs). There is some wear on the center armrest (toward the front). The zebrano wood trim is in great shape -- shiny with only minor wear.
The white exterior paint is glossy and freshly waxed. Chrome details are shiny and the car is completely free of rust. The rubber seals on the doors and trunk have been conditioned.
The E320 comes equipped with the factory Mercedes 6-hole light alloy wheels. They do show some wear but of course could be refinished. There is also some wear on the exterior plastic bumper inserts (front and rear) but nothing major (please see photos). I've researched the inserts and these could be popped in and out in a DIY project inexpensively.
The AC worked when I bought the car but a year ago, the blower stopped. It was in the winter so I replaced with new fuses, resistor, blower motor and fan assembly. Access wasn't too hard since it was right below the windshield in the engine compartment. Sure enough, the air blew just like it was supposed to. Now that it's gotten warmer, I noticed that the AC isn't blowing very cold air. I suspect there's a leak causing the freon level to drop.
Other than the weak AC, everything else works. All the electrical items work: power windows, locks, tilt and full-open sunroof, rear glass defroster, exterior temp display, mirrors, headlights, fog lights, etc.
I did install a new Blaupunkt radio with stationary antenna. It will play CD, MP3 and Aux port and sports a detachable face plate. As mentioned, the original Becker head unit will come with the car too if you want to keep the car completely stock.
I removed the sagging headliner (sadly, this is a common malady on older cars after Mercedes switched to spray adhesive). It's not noticeable from the front seats but in the rear, the sunroof compartment is exposed. The engineered underside of the roof actually looks impressive and doesn't really detract from the car. I left it exposed.
MaintainedI'm the third owner of the vehicle and have owned it since 2012 (the past five years). The first 17 years of its life were spent in Florida. It was evidently garaged and driven lightly. I'm out of garage space and need to make room. This is the seventh Mercedes I've owned and I've always done much of the maintenance myself (fluids, plugs, brakes, etc.). I keep a full maintenance book with the car. Here's a partial list:
  • New transmission filter & fluid
  • Oil / Filter change (Mobil 1 Synthetic)
  • New spark plugs
  • New fuel filter
  • New idler pulley and serpentine belt
  • New exhaust suspension O rings
  • New windshield (I got hit by a rock and finally got tired of the dent)
  • New battery
  • New power steering filter & fluid
  • New brake fluid
  • New air filter

I also have the original owner's leather case with manual, paperwork and details. I had an extra key made at the Mercedes dealership so there are two now that will come with the car. I have the clear title in hand.
Dutifully maintained, this W124 Mercedes E320 has many years of faithful service left ahead of it.
The winning buyer will make arrangements for shipping.