Written on: 12/08/2013 by avey1956 (1 review written)
I bought my 2008 Mercedes-Benz CLK 350 last year (2012). I live here in Anchorage, Alaska. The vehicle was shipped to the State of Alaska from a dealership in California and a Nisan dealership in Anchorage, Alaska bought the vehicle. It was from the Nisan dealership here in Anchorage, Alaska, where I purchased the vehicle. When I bought it, it had only 13,000 miles on it. Today it has approximately 14,500 miles on it. Due to the very long, cold winters here, I store my vehicle during our long… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/10/2011
even though its 12 years old youd think it was made only a couple of years ago, well built, smooth and fantastic good looks, good on fuel too. I wont go back to holden or ford after this. This type of car must be pampered though. I consider it a hobby car. Half the fun is in the detail, after all the whole purpose of a car like this is the impact on all those who see it… Read Full Review
Written on: 29/12/2010
I bought my 320 with an LPG conversion. This means I get the equivelant of about 45mpg on cost.
Having all that oomph, the great V6 sound and getting economy is great. The LPG tank in the boot still allows enought room for a travelling family of 4, suitcases and all so I can only imagine its a huge boot without the LPG conversion.
Its also luxurious. Although a decade old it has every extra (Avantgarde model) including S class seats, auto windscreen, zenons, electrics all round, auto… Read Full Review
Written on: 09/02/2009 by alanelsom (1 review written)
I did my apprenticeship as a motor mechanic in the early 80's, taught by real mechanics....and I since then have owned Vw's, Audi's, Saab's, Bm's and more than I can remember, but the Mercedes Benz CLK 320....well, even though it 's a bit older than I'm used to, what a car...Wont buy anything else now other than a Mercedes....But I love the styling of this one (208)...classic...I'll keep , restore and love this one....if ya can get one...Buy It!!!!… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/01/2009
clk 320...problems from start (first day) when i put the key in it wouldn't give it back at the end of trip, replacement something or other but the same thing happened on the first day to my business partner as he had just got the same car...same problems and failures at the same mileage time all the way to replace the lighted digi display not the main important stuff but the other stuff, failed on both cars within 24 months cost to sort £600. wheel arch problems on both cars within 36… Read Full Review
Written on: 06/08/2008 by desdavison (1 review written)
Wheel arches - big problem. Try and find a good one! Reliable - so far (after 2 yrs). Problem with 'squell from front nearside wheel' don't know what problem is, nor does Mercedes, nor does anybody else or garage! Beware, wheel arches will rust - 'bigstyle!… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/07/2008 by miff54 (1 review written)
I was looking for ages for a Merc 320 or a BMW 535. I found mine in Feb 08. It's a 1998 model and had done 20K miles (genuine! with full service history). If you are interested in a 320 then you need to have a test drive. You will not be disappointed. Mine is the Elegance with all the extras… Read Full Review
Written on: 20/04/2008
Comfort, looks, performance, better than a 3 series. Smart sophisticated for the people who know there cars… Read Full Review
Written on: 11/01/2008
Extremely reliable, economical, fast and enjoyable. I would recommend anyone who's looking for an exciting coupe for around 15k shouldn't look any further than this… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/01/2008
The Mercedes Benz CLK 320 is a good car. I own one it's great… Read Full Review
Written on: 10/11/2006 by Nowell (1 review written)
We weren't really looking for a Mercedes but when my wife and I saw this car with only 45k miles and in mint condition... we bought it. We've driven Jags to Maserati's and all types of sports cars and the CLK 320 is by far the best V6 engine I've ever driven. Gas mileage is great!
We plan to buy another CLK 320 - TWINS!… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/10/2006 by FFred (1 review written)
I'm very happy after 6 months and 8k miles. Effortless driving over long distances and capable of 35mpg without being a slouch… Read Full Review
Written on: 15/07/2006 by marziaC (1 review written)
I can't wait to get into my Mercedes Benz CLK 320 car and drive. It fits me like a glove. I am a little too comfortable in it. I like the steering. I love the control of the engine. I love this car. Great stereo, speakers don't shake, the steering is very good, make sure everything is held down in your car before you take a wild turn!! I like the suspension, except it can get a little shaky at times… Read Full Review
Written on: 21/09/2005 by khas01 (19 reviews written)
I looked at BMW 330Ci and CLK before choosing the Mercedes Benz CLK 320. It is a very good motor. Great styling and all you would expect of a coupe. Mine has 17 inch AMG wheels and sports suspension. This transforms the car from a softie to a much firmer handling car.
The engine is strong and smooth. The autobox is a strong point. The tiptronic function is useful and allows greater control.
The build quality has been a bit shonky of late, but the CLK seems to have escaped the worst of it… Read Full Review
Written on: 07/08/2002 by Colin. (1 review written)
This is a very desirable car but once in ownership it has numerous irritating features and doesn't deliver a pleasure of ownership one would expect. After 12 months it has still not "grown on me" and it's not a car that you can ever feel at one with when driving.
Poor brake and accelerator pedal relationship/offset, excessive accelerator pedal travel/response and deep seat squab result in leg cramp and lower back ache regardless of seat and steering wheel positioning (which is not adjustable… Read Full Review
Written on: 01/08/2002 by Scott. (1 review written)
Of all 2 door 4 seat 6cyl rear wheel drive cars made today, only the Porsche 911, BMW325Ci, and Ford Mustang V6 are lighterthan the Mercedes-Benz CLK 320. The Porsche is much more expensive and cramped inside and the others have less power and cache. The CLK has a very rigid body, good fuel economy and storage space. It is exceedingly well built and solid. But oh, that style: unique, sleek, classic, timeless. That style (and construction) is where it trumps the BMW330Ci. The CLK320 is also… Read Full Review
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