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1995 Mercedes-Benz C-Class - Consumer Discussions

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Just curious: Would driving through 4 to 6 inches of standing water be enough to warp the front rotors on a C-Class?...
I haven't purchased a mercedes from them since the mid - late 1990's but they are EXCELLENT. My salesman for life is Alan Jbaili, and from what I understand, he's still there. When I first dealt wi?...
Markhampton posted that Mercedes has 3 models on the CR "avoid" list. The ML, CLK and S-Class. Now for all this effort trying smear Mercedes Benz he couldn't come up with squat. The fact...
You're correct the CLK and CL are built on different platforms. Who said they weren't? However, the CLK isn't based on the E-Class , it's based on the C-Class, and the CL is based on the S, hence t...
I do have some balance issues from time to time, but a wheel balance and rotation every 5k miles seems to do the trick. Oh, I should mention they are on a C-Class and not an E-Class, so perhaps your m...
In 1979 (the year I graduated high school) I never thought I could afford an MB, so did not follow the progression of the 190 to C-Class that closely. All that changed in 1995 when Alan Friedman at Ra...
We sold the C-Class because we have too many cars, now down to 2 Toyotas, a '93 pickup with 227,000+ miles and a 2005 Avalon (near-Lexus, more power than the C230 with better gas mileage). Maintenance...
I had the same issue on a 1995 C-Class sedan, wanted to tow light things and investigated installing a trailer hitch. It was not recommended to do so by my MB dealer in NJ, though it was not expressly...
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