Monday, November 30, 2009

Avoid early Mercedes A-class cars


2009 Mercedes-Benz A-Class

2009 Mercedes A Class Special Edition

Avoid the first-generation A-class – they are deeper money pits than any other small car and were built when Mercedes quality was at an all-time low.

They are needlessly complicated and ridiculously expensive to fix.

For example, a replacement automatic transmission can be £5,000 in the UK, which is three times what a nine-year-old A-class is worth.

The current model, introduced in 2005, is absolutely fine – just as a small Mercedes should be.

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