Buy a used 2006 Mercedes-Benz by locating a listing for the car on a classifieds, auction or dealer listing site and following the site's guidelines for completing the transaction. Some sites allow you to purchase the car immediately, while others require individual buyers and sellers to handle the sale themselves.
The exact way to purchase a used 2006 Mercedes-Benz depends on the specific site the buyer uses. For example, if the buyer uses a dealer listing site such as CarGurus.com, she can view many of the details and specifications of the car through the site as well as gain an understanding of its value compared to listings from other sellers. She can contact the dealer through the site to make test drive arrangements if desired, but in most cases, she needs to visit the dealer to pay for the car and create a plan to retrieve it. Alternatively, a site such as eBay has many listings that include shipping options, which means the buyer can pay for the car through the site and have it delivered without ever seeing the car in person.
Regardless of the site they use, buyers should consider several factors before making a purchase. The condition of the car plays a major role in the price, and many used Mercedes-Benz models feature a lower price due to damage.