Reliability of this car was
outstanding. It was fun to drive, but
was short on space. The warranty was
running out, so I traded it in for a
new ML500. The dealer was
exceptionally easy to deal with as it
related to some minor fixes. They
always gave me a loaner (even when
bringing it in for oil changes).
Dealings with domestic dealerships on
such things have resulted in claims
of "that's the way it's supposed to
be", or the fixing of one thing and the
breaking of another (My domestic
experiences have been limited to
Cadillac and Dodge).
Hardtop convertable roof.
1. Sun visors - they could not be
adjusted to block the sun on the sides -
2. The rear wind-screen was useless
after a few months - it would not stay
4. Express up windows and roof.
5. More room for reclining the seats.
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