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    Damn, I keep remembering more vehicles I was unimpressed with...

    ...'04 Toyota Sienna. There was loads wrong with this thing, not the least of which was the fact that it was anything but Toyota reliable.
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    Old 4Runner and Corolla learner car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitdy View Post
    learner car.
    Here's your sign. ^^
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    Yeah, I know. Both were old and beat to shit. The 4Runner was my boss' car that I drove for 7 years on and off at my part time job as a courier. It was wheezy, and now has 400k+ kms. A 1998 or 1999 I think it was.

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    Chrysler PT Cruiser. Makes me want to dig my brain out, through my ear, with a spoon. Slowly.
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    Also, Merc's... any and all Merc's made in the last 15 years. Horrible cars. That SL63 is a terrible car by all stretches of the imagination. Weighs a ton too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LTSmash View Post
    Also, Merc's... any and all Merc's made in the last 15 years. Horrible cars. That SL63 is a terrible car by all stretches of the imagination. Weighs a ton too.
    They have had a bit of a downfall. They sure were nice until the end of the 90s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LTSmash View Post
    Also, Merc's... any and all Merc's made in the last 15 years. Horrible cars. That SL63 is a terrible car by all stretches of the imagination. Weighs a ton too.
    Quote Originally Posted by jcp123 View Post
    They have had a bit of a downfall. They sure were nice until the end of the 90s.
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    Our '79 300SD was a beast. I kind of miss that car.

    Incidentally, my Ma worked for MB in the early 70s. Still has a really nice letter opener embossed with the Mercedes star.

    Know where my Dad could unload a '61 190 sedan?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcp123 View Post
    Know where my Dad could unload a '61 190 sedan?
    Don't ask me; I'm only a driver.

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    Too bad. Needs some TLC but it'd be a super car. Really well-designed.
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    Miara.. Though it's good but I didn't liked it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LTSmash View Post
    Also, Merc's... any and all Merc's made in the last 15 years. Horrible cars. That SL63 is a terrible car by all stretches of the imagination. Weighs a ton too.
    I have driven 4 modern Mercs.

    Current A-Class, B-Class and C-Class. Previous generation SLK-Class.

    • A-Class: Shit car for snobs who think proper Mercedes-Benzes are too big or too expensive. Avoid
    • B-Class: Well at least it is comfortable and spacious. Driving position is odd
    • SLK-Class: a boulevardier two seater for plastic wives (at least the non-AMG). Not offensive but it's not a sportscar
    • C-Class: Great chasis. Comfortable, poised and even moderately fun. Automatic gearbox sucks off all the power from four cylinder engines. So choose manual or six cylinder

    Quote Originally Posted by eddyjack6 View Post
    Miara.. Though it's good but I didn't liked it.
    I'm going to assume you mean MX-5.

    In this case, I'm sorry, but you are wrong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrer View Post
    I have driven 4 modern Mercs.

    Current A-Class, B-Class and C-Class. Previous generation SLK-Class.

    • A-Class: Shit car for snobs who think proper Mercedes-Benzes are too big or too expensive. Avoid
    • B-Class: Well at least it is comfortable and spacious. Driving position is odd
    • SLK-Class: a boulevardier two seater for plastic wives (at least the non-AMG). Not offensive but it's not a sportscar
    • C-Class: Great chasis. Comfortable, poised and even moderately fun. Automatic gearbox sucks off all the power from four cylinder engines. So choose manual or six cylinder


    I'm going to assume you mean MX-5.

    In this case, I'm sorry, but you are wrong.
    Driven an E-class? Those are the ones I have always liked (well, sort of)....
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcp123 View Post
    Driven an E-class? Those are the ones I have always liked (well, sort of)....
    I haven't driven an E, but the C struck a good compromise between comfort and handling.

    After the massive disappointment of the new 1er, the current (quite long in the tooth, actually) C-Class reminds a bit of the old 1er, only geared a little bit more towards the ride comfort and far easier at the limit. A very recomendable car, in my opinion.

    I expect to try out soon the new CLA, which is about the same size and price as the current C, to see what's what.
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