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Mercedes-Benz Signature Edition R350

Mercedes-Benz Signature Edition R350

We know it kind of looks like a station wagon, but that couldn’t be farther from the truth. The Mercedes-Benz Signature Edition R350 (starts at $48,775) was designed from the ground-up to be a touring car. With features including 4-wheel drive, 19-inch wheels, a panoramic roof, a 268 horsepower V-6, and DVD navigation, we can’t think of a better car for a cross-country road trip. Plus, a portion of the proceeds from every Signature Edition R-Class goes towards the Key To The Cure drive for women’s cancer research — a cause we all need to support.

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