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MERCEDES BENZ CLASS M W163 01ml320 is this a fair price

I finally found another white ml320 with the sport pkg. Its a new car trade at an Infinity dealer. One owner lease trade in and always in Florida no New Orleans floods ..etc. Anyway it has AMG wheels and 45k miles and they dropped price down to 19900.00 from 24.900.00. Im thinking that 18000 would be a fair price. What do you guys think

they do tend to be more problematic when new then go for a while without any problems. Of course later in life they tend to develop more problems but there does seem to be a good period of worry-free driving for the most part. If you donĂ‚„t have the mechanical inclination and donĂ‚„t want to be hit with the rare but ridiculously expensive repair then by all means either buy a warranty or a new lexus.

MERCEDES BENZ CLASS R W251 V251 Thinking about 2006 R500

Hey all new here and looking to become an active member Im interested in purchasing a 2006 R500 and I was wondering if there are any gotchas or long-term reliability issues I should be worried about. I found one in my area that has 66k miles but it seems like a lot of the interior switches are having issues (drivers seat forward switch rear window child lock switch). Owner says theyll replace but Im

think it is an excellent car and if the OP is careful they can find a well maintained one that has records showing all the problems have already been taken care of. As far as high prices of parts I find them on par with all high end cars German or not. Here is a good example recently I had all brakes and rotors replaced and the cost came to 1200 at the dealer. My next door neighbor took his 2008 lexus

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TOYOTA YARIS 15k service

anyone done it on their own if i recall i think air filter change was recommended in addition to the normal oil changetire rotationbrake inspection.

Quote Originally Posted by aca72 Based on my preferred third party non-dealer Toyota service shop... httpwww.japanesebeetle.comlexusgold.htm At 15K you do... Engine oil filter & drain Plug crush ring - replace Engine air filter - cleaning Cooling system & hoses - visual inspection External belts - visual inspection of condition Drive shafts - inspect boots and re-torque shaft flange bolts Fuel injection

BMW SERIES 5 F10 F11 Drove 640i Gran Coupe vs Panamera at BMW event. Thoughts VS 535i....

First off Ill get past the 640i vs Panamera and CLS550 as I drove that recently as well. CLS550 is simply outclassed in every which way from the 640i GC. Even with the power increase it doesnt feel as sharp and nowhere near as direct and sporty as the GC. The GC is a well oiled machine that has a balance the Mercedes cant rival IMO. The Panamera being a V6 version is an unfair comparison VS the CLS

and I think underwhelmed the entire experience. The Panny has maybe the most tank-like robust chassis Ive ever experienced. The car literally feels like its carved from a single piece of granite.... more-so than any BMW or Mercedes Ive driven I think however the Auto tranny is terrible and the engine sounds like any boring ole tired V6. When I nailed the gas I felt like I was driving my Moms lexus

BMW SERIES 3 E46 Empirical Proof Suck Superior to Drain for Oil Change

Ok finally some proof that oil change via suction is superior to the drain method. Been wanting to do this for a while Car is a 2003 E46 330i 6MT with approximately 59K miles. I drove the car into the garage after a long run and let it cool for 45 minutes. I jacked it up on the jacking points ensuring the car was level. I proceeded to evacuate the oil via my usual Mitivac method out of the dipstick.

if the Mityvac had left any oil in the crankcase it would have drained out into the catch tank I had setup. Case closed. Or at least a data point of one. Mityvac FTW. Ive been using an oil extraction pump for three years and was easily convinced that oil extraction is a great and easy way to go. I have a Pela PL650 and it only takes a few minutes to extract out the oil from my 2002 330Xi and lexus

if the Mityvac had left any oil in the crankcase it would have drained out into the catch tank I had setup. Case closed. Or at least a data point of one. Mityvac FTW. Ive been using an oil extraction pump for three years and was easily convinced that oil extraction is a great and easy way to go. I have a Pela PL650 and it only takes a few minutes to extract out the oil from my 2002 330Xi and lexus

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