In today's collector car market mileage is one of the biggest factors in determining a vehicles value. While this particular car may not exactly be a collector, it certainly should benefit in value from being one of the lowest mileage examples left. Located in Savannah, GA this 2002 Mercedes-Benz E320 4matic shows only 19k miles on the odometer. As we've discussed before, many w210s were plagued with major rust issues and primarily used as daily drivers with examples frequently popping up with near 200k miles. Somehow, this car appears to have avoided it's intended fate and now can be yours for a very tempting $7,500. That's seemingly a steal for a car that had an original MSRP of over $51k when new and now sits with 19k miles.
Photos provided by the seller appear to show a car that indeed has only seen 19k miles although it wouldn't hurt to wash the brake dust off prior to pictures. The paint appears to be in excellent condition with no clear coat issues and all body panels line up properly. With any luck, this could turn out to be an accident and story-free find. The seller does state that the car has never been involved in any accidents which is a start in the right direction with pictures to support the claim.
In today's collector car market mileage is one of the biggest factors in determining a vehicle's value. While this particular car may not exactly be a collector, it certainly should benefit in value from being one of the lowest mileage examples left. Located in Savannah, GA this d for 221hp and even with 4matic achieved a respectable 20 city/27 hwy miles per gallon. The seller states that a new battery was recently installed and all electronics work as intended. In addition, the car runs and drives very smooth with a strong engine and transmission. If someone doesn't snatch this up quickly we'd be very surprised.