Yeah definately an A Class, thats the previous generation thoughBlackout said:Katshot and I went to go see Doom on saturday and we pulled up next to this weird black Benz that I've never seen before. It had the Benz crest on the back but no model designation on it. But here's a pic I took with my cell phone. Sorry if its not the best quality
Unless the price of gas continues to rise over here.davesdeville said:Umm... I'm glad they don't sell those here. That would probably really hurt the brand image of MB. It almost looks like a rebadged Smart or a rear ended Aveo.
Good for euro markets, not for here. Weird to see one here.
Yeah, thast the reason people drive them in the UK. $8.80 a gallon here.........davesdeville said:It will have to hit $6-8/gal before many Americans buy cars that size. By the time gas hits that we *should* be running some sort of alternative energy. I'll just replace all the rubber in my fuel system with vitron and run my ETC off E85.
http://www.internetix.fi/opinnot/opintojaksot/0viestinta/informaatiotutkimus/po4/l14.htmA Mercedes A-Class car bounces dangerously during a slalom test carried out by the German car magazine "Autobild" in Lemwerder near Bremen, northern Germany, 27 October. An example of the "Baby Benz" already rolled over while executing a tight bend during technical tests in Sweden earlier this month. Mercedes Bernz said 29 October in a press conference that it would put a new steering mechanism and new tires on its A-Class car following these reported failures in crucial security tests.