Hiya, As titled, does anyone have any opinions on which between the saloon and estate is least likely to suffer rainwater leaks? A bit more detail/background for the interested: As part of my search for an E320, I went to look at an 09 plate W211 this weekend (saloon). 110k miles. Heated seats. Later ntg 2.5 Comand. Price was good at £3,850, but a few niggles and problems. Possibly the worst of which was the amount of humidity in the car. It was frosty, and there was a lot of ice on the INSIDE of the windscreen. The boot had a mouldy carpet/tray, but no obvious signs of water in the actual wheel well near the battery. I'm wondering if I should focus on the least likely to leak car as my car of choice in my search. I'm also thinking if I come across a very damp interior, it's a 'walk away' job. Trawling the internet and forums, I've discovered the following common culprits on the 211 E Class: - Leaks from windscreen, replaced windscreen (especially if water is found in ceiling light). - The sealing boot rubber due to age or damage, and also due to crud building up between the rubber and the metal lip it pushed on to (crud acts as a wick for water, so remove, clean and refit). - Poor alignment of the saloon boot lid, which should be inspected from inside the boot with torch or watering can test, and boot adjusted. - Leaves and debris in the front drains/scuttle panels, so remove, clean and refit. - poor seal on tail-lights, and third brake light on estate, so remove/replace/clean/seal with clear silicon. - Poor seal or rust around number place fixings. Opinions appreciated.