Stock Number: H78279303N Fits: 1997 Mercedes C280 202 Type, Automatic Transmission; C230, Mexico 722. I can't say the reliablity as good for I-4 but I have not face large repair bills on this yet I guess I am lucky compare to others. Stock Number: H78279303N Fits: 1997 Mercedes C280 202 Type, Automatic Transmission; C230, Mexico 722. Although it's a Sedan it feels to me like a sports-car due to it feeling a little cramped up front particularly if you have a passenger. This car was meant to be accelerated and keep the sludge out of the top end. The car now has 168,000 miles on it.
We sell only high quality used Mercedes C280 automatic transmissions, with 1-3 years warranty and free shipping. I love looking back at it after I park. It usually works out to every 25-30,000 miles. Buy a recycled Mercedes C280 transmission and save thousands of dollars. When it debuted last year, the underpowered C230 came with a mere 148 horsepower, less than a Nissan Altima.
The spark plugs are very easy to replace as they sit on top of engine. It is easily maintained and highly recommended. Good luck to me going forward and people who is interest to buy this car. I park it in my garage each day. I like the tires, the way it handles, the torque of the motor. You need to maintain the car just like any other. We sell only high quality used Mercedes C280 automatic transmissions, with 1-3 years warranty and free shipping.
Check also our Mercedes C280 manual transmission catalog. So far, I have replaced the tires and the modulator of the climate control. Our Take on the 1999 Mercedes-Benz C-Class After having redone its entry-level line for 1998, you'd think the folks at Mercedes Benz would leave well enough alone for their most affordable sedan, the C230. That translates into a 37 horsepower increase and 38 pound-feet of torque increase. Can't wait for the 2008!! Pro's: - great performance - great handling - great styling for its time - very reliable - great on gas for an 8 cylinder performance car I just did 200 miles of highway driving and got 25 mpg driving an avg 73 mph on 11 year old car with original spark plugs!. The power and handling caracteristics were similar to the Big Benz, and extended the great value offered in the predecessor the 190e.
The consumer report rated 1999 C230 V6 as good for reliability. Pro: The acceleration is good. Buying a used Mercedes C280 transmission from a non-reliable dealer is an unnecessary risk. The car has over 130K miles on it and still going. You may want to stick with Camry like anyone else if you are looking for superior reliability. Our discount used Mercedes C280 transmissions come directly from a dependable network of modern junk yards. She drove it from school parking lot to her garage.
This car is consider upscale car which takes only premium fuel regular is prohibited since this has a super charger. Not too many unanticipated repairs needed. The air passages in the right head plugged solid. You will need a set of winter tires for this car 4 wheel drive not available back on 99. Here are the cons I have faced.
I could not believe it. I would not recommend to anyone if they are not ready to spent some money to upkeep the car. Car runs smooth and has plenty of power. Buying a used Mercedes C280 transmission from a non-reliable dealer is an unnecessary risk. Very good on gas and excellent on the highway.
Winter mode on the tranny helps in Chicago winters. The numbers: 185 horsepower and 200 pound-feet of torque from a 2. I have a b5 and e36 as well and they don't compare. I never measured it before. Was comfortable on highway and smooth at 75-80. Buy a recycled Mercedes C280 transmission and save thousands of dollars.
Brakes are powerful and precise. Our discount used Mercedes C280 transmissions come directly from a dependable network of modern junk yards. Easy to drive with great visibility. The electrical system is not up to par. Car was in perfect condition with 31K miles.