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This is the list of cars I'm working with so far, from lowest to highest.

All AWD, Under 40k miles and I just want to get you guys input on which one of those deals are must have or to stay away from.


I know some of the S models already have Pano Roof and such, but the main difference I can tell from S and C is standard remote start, pano roof, heated seats/wheel, HIDs?

I'm purchasing this for my father, so I'm a bit new to this segment of cars, but from what I can tell from my day of research is that this is one of the best bang for your buck AWD midsize (luxurious?) sedans
 

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This is the list of cars I'm working with so far, from lowest to highest.

All AWD, Under 40k miles and I just want to get you guys input on which one of those deals are must have or to stay away from.


I know some of the S models already have Pano Roof and such, but the main difference I can tell from S and C is standard remote start, pano roof, heated seats/wheel, HIDs?

I'm purchasing this for my father, so I'm a bit new to this segment of cars, but from what I can tell from my day of research is that this is one of the best bang for your buck AWD midsize (luxurious?) sedans
It seems you have already picked the best options to have, AWD, which comes with a V-6, both are great and the best platform to have.
As for the different models, it all depends on the option packages, and what you want.
For us older folks, ( you mentioned it's for your Father ) those heated seats and steering wheel are wonderful.
Good luck in your choice ... and welcome to the forum.
 

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I have the "S". From my observation having driven several AWD C's and S's before I purchased, the "C" still handles well but has a noticeably softer ride. The "S" has a more sporty ride and has a better handling feel but is a little more choppy over bumpy roads.

I agree you did find the best bang for the buck AWD sedan.
 

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After a very long day, I got my parents the 2015 CPO 200 S AWD with 12k miles for 14.5k (16.5k out the door) Warranty started last year, so there's still 6 more years and 88k miles left lol.

My father was surprised that this was a used car as was I. It had more features than I expected on the S, such as heated seats/wheel and remote start.

It's a real shame they're discontinuing the 200 series. This was absolutely the best bang for the buck you can get for an entry level luxury AWD car.

 

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Forgot to mention this vehicle was the dealer's loaner it's entire life.
Perfect maintenance records.
 
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