2002 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK320 2dr Coupe (3.2L 6cyl 5A)
Everything is great about this car,
except there is no CD changer in it as
a standard option. I think it is very
cheap of Mercedes to do such a thing
when Toyota Corolla's already come with
CD players. Even worse, it can only be
a Mercedes Benz CD Changer since there
are Fiber optic wires included. Retail
will run anywhere from $700-$1200.
The automatic rear sunshade, the
steering wheel controls for stereo,
telephone, etc., the automatic tilting
passenger side mirror for convenience
The car should include automatic tilt
and telescoping steering wheel. CD
Changer or at least an in dash player
should come standard, Xenon's should
come standard, and the remote keyless
window rolling up/down should have a
better range. Doors should open and
close a little softer.
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