Used Mercedes-Benz 300 cars for sale

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£13,000
Finance Available £247 pm
  • Engine Size2.1L
  • 112kMiles
  • Fuel TypeHybrid
  • TransmitionManual
  • Body StyleSaloon

S Car Sales

£34,995
  • Engine Size3L
  • 60kMiles
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • TransmitionManual

The Manor Garage

£15,995
Finance Available £308 pm
  • Engine Size3L
  • 93kMiles
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • TransmitionManual
  • Body StyleConvertible

M G M Motor Co

£17,995
Finance Available £334 pm
Desirable facelift car with galvanised panels, improved suspension and brakes. Masses of history. 2 owners
  • Engine Size3L
  • 145kMiles
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • TransmitionAuto
  • Body StyleConvertible

Giles Specialist Cars

£47,500
Finance Available £914 pm
  • Engine Size3L
  • 71kMiles
  • Fuel TypePetrol
  • TransmitionAuto
  • Body StyleSaloon

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About Mercedes-Benz 300 cars on Motors.co.uk

Most popular Colour Blue
Most popular fuel type Petrol
Average price £25,897
Average mileage 96,200

Mercedes 300

There have been a huge number of Mercedes-Benz cars bearing the 300 nameplate over the years, ranging from sports cars to executive autos. Each one is distinctive however and has offered a lot to the brand however, and could be just up your street depending on your motoring needs.

The 1954 Mercedes 300 SL is possibly the most famous model- it’s a sports/GT car that features iconic ‘gullwing’ doors, bags of performance and beautiful designs. It was used as inspiration for the 2010 SLS AMG, which his just out of this world. The 300 SLR racing car is another important model, with which Stirling Moss used to win the 1955 Mille Miglia, and was later transformed into the road legal Uhlenhaut Coupe.

Jumping forward in time, the 300 SEL 6.3 is an auto that’s just a triumph of engineering. Using a 6.3 litre V8 engine from the 600 limousine, it developed a simply monumental amount of power, had a top speed of 145 mph and could go from 0 to 60 mph in 6.3 seconds. What’s more impressive is that this car was built in 1968, and even some modern day motors struggle to better it.

Used as a trim level designation in some modern versions, particularly those with a 3.0 litre petrol or diesel engine, it’s common to find it on executive cars. Generally a higher spec version, it can be seen on the E-Class, S-Class and SLK in particular. Basically, you’ll be looking at a car that can really stand out in terms of performance, equipment and overall quality.

You’ll get a lot of help with your search for a second hand Mercedes 300 here at Motors.co.uk. Not only are prices monstrously low, but the unrelenting approach to quality means you’ll always end up with something that’s seriously good. There are also over 150,000 different used cars for sale listed, so the odds of finding the one you want are stacked firmly in your favour. Paying less for a Merc is always a good feeling, so why not bag that bargain today?

The simple fact is that the Mercedes 300 nameplate has been a proud part of the German automaker’s history, and some of the cars that bare it are just phenomenal. It’s like a symbol of quality that you can trust in, and getting a pre owned one for a reduced price means you’ll get a lot more car for your cash.