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I bet it isn't!
I would say you couldn't be more wrong!
Exactly, you can set that and stop start, and not need to change it again all day.
Mine is 2016 and has it, if I use the I* setting I can turn stop start off completely for the whole day.
On both of mine, Sport setting means it never wants to change up to a higher gear in slower traffic/built up areas, even on m/ways it stays in 6th...
I'd the same problem with my CLK, got it in eventually, you just need to keep trying.
Do you have an electronic handbrake?
Must admit, I've BMW Goodyear Runflats on mine 'cause they were £30 a tyre cheaper than MO ones.
Why always MO tyres?
I've never found them any better than "lesser" tyres. In fact, I've had Falkens that were far superior to MO Michelins.
I was under the impression an "inspection" related to the 30 year bodywork warranty, nothing else? It certainly isn't an MOT.
I still think dipped beam is sufficient, it's not a case of not understanding.
I've had bikes all my life and have never felt the need to drive around on high beam. I cannot understand why anyone would think it was acceptable...
"South Yorkshire Police's PC Phil Carson said the footage of the crash in April 2019 was released to remind bikers about wearing the correct...
I would expect if abroad in the third year and having to make a claim, the same procedure as the Mercedes Extended Warranty might apply. It states...
Why would that matter? The cars are sold for the European market and the warranty covers the market they are sold in. Same reason the breakdown...
Does HPi have different levels?
I HPi'd a car and it told me there was outstanding finance, when I told the dealer he did the same and it showed...
I've noticed that on mine too, very civilised!
If it's like my C Class & SLC, which are 2016/17 models, then you won't have a second battery.
What mine have is a capacitor instead, that does...
Usually these kits come with small canisters of compressed air, so no need for a pump either. That's the first one I've seen without the canisters.
You need planning permission for that, so surely the council or government are ultimately responsible, not the house builders?