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It is something to own a car. It is a totally different owning a 6th Generation Mercedes Benz SL Class. The 6th Generation Mercedes Benz SL Class has been in vogue since 1954 but the demand and love for this luxury Sedan has grown over the past few years. The 6th Generation R231 was released in the years 2012. However, with all the top class features and excellent efficiency, unfortunately even this German import is not devoid of problems. How common the problems might be, when it is a Mercedes Benz, even the owner has to think a hundred times before carrying out any repair on their own. It is a costly machine, no doubts and its repairs and service comes equally costly. Hence, it makes sense not to try your hands at it but consider an independent Mercedes Benz Greensboro service center to handle the tinkering.
Being a superb and classy vehicle, definitely it concerns an owner of a Mercedes Benz for every little scar it endures. The actual dealerships charge more and their labor costs are high too something which even a Mercedes Benz owner will re-think. Plus, often the dealerships are not dedicated enough to cater to the more common problems that the car encounters. When it comes to routine maintenance and detailed handling of your Mercedes Benz SL Class, then nothing matches the expertise of the factory trained technicians at the independent Mercedes Benz service Greensboro centers. Though the technicians are expert enough to handle the problems, it does not harm the Mercedes Benz owner to have a knowledge of the common problems that are common.
The Common Problems of 6th Generation Mercedes Benz SL Class
The technicians at any independent Mercedes Benz Greensboro service center will point out the common problems with the SL class make.
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Here’s a couple of bits and pieces about the mighty BMW 640d. Seems odd to be able to refer to a diesel as ‘mighty’ but such it is and a real sign of the times. I guess it shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise that diesels are finally where it’s at for real-world useable performance mated to stunning economy, given that diesel cars have dominated the winners enclosure at Le Mans for the past 5 or 6 years.
Anyway, for the record the 640d produces 313bhp and an eye-watering 465lbs/ft of torque, giving the Uber-coupe figures of 0-60mph in 5.3 seconds and onto an electronically governed top speed of 155mph. DMS and other such companies will further enhance the power levels to 380+ bhp and 580+lbs/ft torque for a modest sum (under £1k) and remove the top speed limiter at the same time, giving performance figures of circa 4.5 0-60 and 180+ mph. Add in sensational levels of in-gear acceleration to rival most supercars and a fantastic 8 speed gearbox that works brilliantly both as a flappy paddle manual AND as a full auto (very rare to have both work this well) and the ability to cross continents with ease, returning 50+ mpg and 850 mile range between fill-ups and I think you might begin to see why this middle-aged geezer is so interested in this level of middle-aged comfort :)
I sat in the 1 series and it was really nice (thats always the feeling you get in a new car right ?) this was a magnificent blue however. More interesting perhaps was the silver active tourer model which is a front wheel drive MPV. It seems to review quite well but for me didnt look so much like a bmw anymore and the fwd will upset most bmw purists, the car isnt designed for them either and rwd upsets perhaps the target audience.