2001 Mercedes-Benz C-Class C320 4dr Sedan (3.2L 6cyl 5A)
many problems, with the car and the dealer
All sort of light burning; eletronic
steering wheel adjustment breaking;
suspension completely replaced, airbag
problem light going on. Changed the
remote key opener at least three times,
and to cap it all off, the brakes had to
be changed after 14,000. In total this
car spent 1 month in the shop. Part of
the problem lies with the dealer. Over
a month to get an appointment and 1 week
to get the car back.
acceleration, handling, plain fun to
drive. excellet brakes.
improve reliability, and be more
responsive, responsible about dealer
service. I know dealer are independet
from MB, but afer all if their service
terrible, that will end up harming, not
only the dealer but more so the company.
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