Hi I'm looking at buying a 2005 Mercedes Benz CLK-320 cabriolet convertible with 64K miles. The vehicle is in excellent shape and it has all its maintenance records. I have always heard that the maintenance and repair is expensive. Before I leap into buying it I wanted to get an expert opinion. What type of mechanical issues can I expect (if any)? What is the cost (per hour) to repair it? What is your opinion on the CLK-320?
Expert Advise on 2005 Mercedes-Benz CLK320
by Maria Millares in Jacksonville, FL on January 11, 2010
ANSWER by matte on January 11, 2010
Hi! The maintenance and repair for Mercedes cars is very expensive. Make sure you have a really good Mercedes guy check it over. Take a look at the maintenance estimates on RepairPal: http://repairpal.com/estimator and the common problems page on RepairPal: http://repairpal.com/mercedes-benz-clk320-2005/common_problems
ANSWER by yamen nissi on May 06, 2014
great overall car experience especially if its loaded with specs and options,however the squeaks of the convertible would be an issue and a headache since it does squeak and make a lot of noises, however that can be solved by raising volume up if you have a Bose system,amazing sound experience..