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Can you please recommend a nearly new four-seat convertible (fabric or folding steel roof) that is good in terms of reliability and value for money?
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I'm 75 years old and would like to buy a comfortable convertible as my last car. I'm not interested in speed but more comfort and reliability. I would also like room in the back for my three grandchildren....
Does the automatic transmission on the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class have the same problems that you have frequently highlighted with DSG automatics?
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I have recently bought a new Mercedes C-Class Estate after a two-hour test drive in which I drove the car for three 20 minute sessions. The day after delivery I did two 90 minute journeys and was left...
I am looking at a Mercedes-Benz Vito 114 but the air intake of the turbo seems rather noisy. The sales guy says this is normal and the van drives well. Is this sucking noise normal?
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I have about £20k including trade in and am looking for a vehicle for private hire work. What do you think about the Mercedes E-Class?
I have a relative who is about 70 years old and she is looking to change her car and would like some advice. She often takes her mother out who is not very mobile and obviously of mature years, therefore...
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