2004 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK320 2dr Coupe (3.2L 6cyl 5A)
My new MB is a beauty both inside and
out but the balky shifting of the auto
trans has spoiled my enjoyment. This is
especially true going up and down hills.
It's like it just doesn't want to shift.
There is no such thing as coasting down
hill to improve mileage as it just slows
down unless you give it some gas. The
mileage is another issue (11 City and 20
Seats are very supportive for my bad
back. Controls are easy to reach and
Shifting could be smoother. The
headrests block rear vision. Add
another cup holder closer to the driver.
Simplify the console storage space to
make more of it. Getting rid of the
cigarette lighter and the double decker
bin might help this.
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