We'll buy your car even if you don't buy ours! Preside in specific zip code. We really appreciated the honesty of having the cars inspected by our mechanic before buying. I responded that we would visit that afternoon. I am even more in accord with the sweet ride. So if the new M-Class can sell 90,000, and Mercedes can move 70,000 of the R-Class, it'll be happy--optimistic, yes; but not impossible.
But, would I buy one? And minivans are often grudge purchases, carrying with them the whole soccer parent, suburbanite thing. Until then, we get the R350, powered by the 3. We have performed a âsafety inspectionâ only. Must qualify for supplier pricing 2. But what of the countless upper middle class who can afford an E350 plus another vehicle for more pragmatic transportation? Of course, we didn't think it was stupid when we asked if there wasn't a passing product similarity between the and the new 2006 -Benz R-Class. Owning big, luxurious sport-utility vehicles these days comes with a social stigma — at least if you believe the mainstream media.
Tax, title, license unless itemized above are extra. The R350's interior is nicely executed; upholstery is leather, with maple or burled-walnut wood and aluminum trim. Obviously, it lacks the low-end torque of the big V8, but, as long as the revs are up, the R350 moves along quite smartly. On rough roads, a rocker switch on the dashboard can raise the vehicle by more than three inches, increasing ground clearance. Financial to receive entire discount. Adding to the interior ambiance is an optional conventional sunroof, which is nice, but a panoramic glass sunroof that's more than five-and-a-half feet long also is optional.
. Who's going to buy the R-Class? Not available with special finance, lease and some other offers. Mercedes won't say how many copies of the R-Class it'll have to sell to meet target. You might have a different opinion in the R350 you had. And while I think there is a market for the R-Class in Europe where Mercedes sells more on practicality than prestige, even the moderately well-off here in North America may balk at spending that much money for a people hauler. This model comes equipped with a 3. The problem, of course, is that a minivan is a grudge purchase, one borne of need not desire.
And, if the buying public sees the R-Class as a minivan, they can rest easy knowing that it is the Mercedes of minivans. Everyone was friendly and helpful. Again, perhaps it was because of the lower expectations I had for a people hauler, but the 268-hp, 3. When open, half the sunroof fits over the other half. And minivans are often grudge purchases, carrying with them the whole soccer parent, suburbanite thing. Buttons are available on the back of the steering wheel for do-it-yourself shifting. He's a little boy with a title.
Please verify any information in question with the dealer. The R-Class was built on the W251 chassis, and was originally assembled in. I am even more in accord with the sweet ride. Preside in specific zip code. Has no clue about financing or how to make a deal, I heard him talking on the phone and cursing in front of me, while he took my payment.
Not responsible for typographical errors. Tax, title, license unless itemized above are extra. Besides all the electronic safety equipment designed to prevent collisions, there are standard side-curtain airbags for all three rows. Steering is rack and pinion and offers a solid on-center feel with just the right amount of boost. It features a handbuilt 6.
The problem, of course, is that a minivan is a grudge purchase, one borne of need not desire. I responded that we would visit that afternoon. Front seats, supplied by Johnson Controls, are big and comfortable. The features and options listed are for the new 2006 Mercedes-Benz R-Class and may not apply to this specific vehicle. The R550 was only available in certain markets for that model year.
I can tell by the look at his face, he was blowing smoke! But, would I buy one? Suffice it to say that Mercedes doesn't consider the Pacifica competition for the R-Class, and there certainly aren't any common ingredients between the two. And, if the buying public sees the R-Class as a minivan, they can rest easy knowing that it is the Mercedes of minivans. Tax, title, license unless itemized above are extra. Coupled with electronic traction control, stability control, brake assist, and four-wheel discs with anti-lock, the integrated safety system is as seamless as it gets. We have performed a âsafety inspectionâ only. We put money down on two cars to hold pending the inspections.