Erm, spotted a CLK55

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17.9 MPG according to the Trip Computer. Mmmm
 
I like the idea of £200/yr tax (from 2010) - the Mondeo, for example, will be just short of that figure by then anyway.

It's the mpg that perhaps I'm concerned about. I'm used to 45 at the moment :rolleyes:
 
I like the idea of £200/yr tax (from 2010) - the Mondeo, for example, will be just short of that figure by then anyway.

It's the mpg that perhaps I'm concerned about. I'm used to 45 at the moment :rolleyes:
Just put a decimal point in between the 4 & 5 and thats your miles per litre...
 
What millage do you do in your current car?

Assuming you don't do silly miles then the difference will be worth the extra :)
 
Mileage a bit high for my liking, but thats depends on how many miles you do and how long you plan to hold it for.
 
I probably do circa 15k miles annually; I do so like the idea of having one, I need to get it out of my system. It will be an only car so it'll get some fair use...
 
I like how in one of the pictures the dealer has felt it necessary to stick 'Central Locking' as one of the key advertised features :)
 
I probably do circa 15k miles annually; I do so like the idea of having one, I need to get it out of my system. It will be an only car so it'll get some fair use...


What ever you do don't test drive one....................i've still not got over a run in Sean's and now its an itch that must be scratched.:D
 
What ever you do don't test drive one....................i've still not got over a run in Sean's and now its an itch that must be scratched.:D

And all he did was sit in the passenger seat :D :D

I miss my CLK55 :eek:
 
I admit I do keep looking at it; hopefully it will sell in-between my indecisiveness and that will be that.

Oh yes, I did chuckle at the useful Central Locking sign - are those advertising stickers really still used these days :rolleyes:
 
I admit I do keep looking at it; hopefully it will sell in-between my indecisiveness and that will be that.

Oh yes, I did chuckle at the useful Central Locking sign - are those advertising stickers really still used these days :rolleyes:


Well, if you are not man enough to go for it Robert ..... :devil: :devil:


(Me jealous? LOL! If it wasn't for the fact that my company car allowance will not allow something like this you would be competing with me! :) )
 
No Xenons, no parktronic, no COMAND and fairly high miles for a CLK55.

A better specced CLK55 in identical colours (silver/black leather) sold for a fair chunk less than the asking price of this one.

It's still a nice car, but I'd want it for nearer £7k rather than £9k.

Will
 

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