What are you thinking when you order a 2 seater sports car with an automatic transmission? On a run across north wales we get around 30, but that is normally roof down and too fast. All was caused by a faulty recalled leaking camshaft solenoid part! I only use premium unleaded. I've discovered that only about 10 percent of these have manual transmissions. The only problem I had was peeling on the console. Yesterday, I found out something is wrong with the exhaust because my car suddenly sounds like a motorcycle. I travel 6 miles each way to work, in town traffic, and very rarely get the opportunity to boot it. I don't have that kind of money and this is my only car which is useless now.
Patricia's insurance company will pay her what they determine the value of the car to be. The Mercedes-Benz Owners is a completely independent organisation. If you are a body guy. Has 61,000 miles on it and it has always been garaged cooled and heated. I spent a lot of money replacing oxygen sensor, lights and getting engine codes checked and replaced.
They even filled it with gas. Mileage is a respectable 30 plus mpg on the highway. The coolant light has come on numerous times ever since. Acceleration of the supercharged 2. I owned one and it was a nightmare.
But the light came on again immediately after I took the car back. The first time I filled up, I just left the nozzle in until it cut out, then stopped at that. Also do you think it may be worth while changing air filter and plugs? The car was built to my specification. Over 15k miles the interior had to be completely redone as it peeled off. Copart will have it shortly on an auction block, it's the silver metallic with left rear taillight and quarter panel gone. I had then covered 262 miles. I have called many times and no one has returned my calls.
The tank takes 53 Ltrs so that means when the light is on and I am half way down the lighted section I have something like 13 Ltrs 2. It is truly a driver's dream come true. They had to order the part from Germany and I was without a car for two weeks. The diagnostic light came on the dashboard and I took it straight away to a Mercedes garage. The warranty ran out on it 10k miles ago, so I have to pay out of pocket for all these expenses. Several solutions were posted there, the most useful of which is give the right front corner of the top a sharp smack with your fist.
To my alarm, it dropped a quarter of a tank in the next 42 miles! Since ownership the car has had a few recalls - one being the camshaft solenoid that leaks oil to the wire harness which was damaged and I paid for. I was using the same pump by the way. This time when I switched on, the gauge went all the way to the top. To add insult to injury, they only want to pay me 89% of what I paid for the warranty, which was not even in effect yet. Even my wife loved it and even called it our best car ever.
I do around 6 miles to work and the same back with a bit of running round as well there are quite a few stop starts however I? After that the coolant light came on 3 times, the third time, there was an oversight in the mechanics handling they forgot to the let the bubbles out and the light came on again; I should have considered that the third element to meet the requirements, but I let it go. My insurance declared the car totalled. He then installed a new fan control module to replace the one that had burnt out but the new one burnt out again. Leaving it to my son. At 25 mpg that means I can cover another 70 miles or so before I conk out.
Membership is extended to non-owners with a genuine interest in the best engineered car in the world. I have no car now and I am much poorer having to have so many repairs done over the years. No problems in 3 years. I have just filled the car up and the results are. As for a leak there is no smell so I think that? Until I hit a section of black ice this winter on I-80 and collided with a guardrail. I live in the Rockies and the mountain folk aversion to rwd vehicles is near legendary so my search took me well out of my area.