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Which model/year SLK should I buy?

Discussion in 'General Mercedes-Benz Related Discussion' started by RickC, Mar 6, 2019.

  1. LostKiwi

    LostKiwi Senior Member

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    Because for the majority of people buying them it will be about the image and cost savings over running a petrol engine....
     
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    I suppose back when diesels were the rage it made sense.
     
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    And the 250CGi Petrol was £5k more expensive!!!!!!
     
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    Ok, that is a major factor!
     
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    Don't you love it when you are queuing in traffic with the top down and a diesel car/van pulls up behind or along side. :shock:
     
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    It was bad enough last summer with the roof and windows open in the heat wave last year!
     

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