2007 Mercedes-Benz CLK-Class CLK350 2dr Coupe (3.5L 6cyl 7A)
My chief complaint of this car is it has no locking glove compartment. For God's sake Kia's have locking glove compartments. How do you turn your vehicle over to a valet? Presumably a Mercedes would likely visit valet parking more often than most? Add to that, access to the rear seats comes from lifting and pulling forward the rear seat. Cars half its price have electric motors that do it. Its like driving an old Euro taxi. Build quality, first year, 3rd brakelight lens cover fell out when trunk closed, whining belt pulley,seatbelt not retracting correctly. Wife's '06 E series needed new tranny first 3 months of owning. Not your daddys Benz.
Looks, handling, trunk space for such a small car.
Glove compartment lock, motorized back seat access. Time to get rid of CD changers in glove compartments.
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