Lot 125 - 2004 Mercedes-Benz E320T V6 Estate Avantgarde
|Sold - £8,960
- Extremely low mileage
- Superb condition throughout
The 2003 E-Class was larger than its predecessors while offering less interior space, particularly in the estate version, than the W210 it replaced. It offered petrol or diesel engines with a choice of rear or 4-wheel drive. The redesigned 2003 model featured electrohydraulic braking system marketed as Sensotronic Brake Control (SBC), which was standard equipment in the E-Class. Options included multicontour front seats and dual control air suspension system marketed as Airmatic DC. The 2003 E-Class was offered in saloon and five door estate car configuration in three trim lines; Classic, Elegance and Avantgarde. The transmission options were five or seven speed automatic or six speed manual. V6, V8, inline four and supercharged inline four cylinder engines were offered.
This absolutely superb example is presented in silver with black interior. This Mercedes-Benz comes with air conditioning with climate control, cruise control, electric memory front seats, electric glass sunroof, CD changer and electric folding mirrors. Its meagre mileage from new of 20,300 is guaranteed and its condition is totally commensurate with this. This surely must be one of the best examples of this terrific ‘work horse’ from the German manufacturer and its smooth V6 petrol engine is a joy.
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