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Discussion in 'Motoring & Motorsport' started by CobblerJay, Jul 15, 2010.
Picked this old bird up a few weeks ago. 3.6 V8 and remapped to 350 BHP. Lubbly jubbly!
What’s the MPG like on this?
Before mapping - 27. After mapping - 32 MPG.
That's not too bad at all.
Not my cup of tea but that one's an eyeful, looks like it's got all the toys as well as plenty of grunt! Nice car!
That version of the RR Sport do some rolling when cornering, they fixed the issue with the lastest model, but that model has more about it. Seems bigger and stands out more. Great wagons.
Pre 2013? I'd want a full service history and low mileage if I was buying a Merc or BMW over 5 years old, they can be expensive to run!
I will never buy a mercedes again. Their customer service was nothing short of a joke and my merc is the only car I've had to date that kept breaking.
Just bought it too
Not sure on that comment. BMWs hold their price because they age well.
I havent signed for that car, shook the dealers hand but i'm unsure. Not gonna drop 13k on a 168bhp car that looks good but has **** all about it. More power in my hoover tbh
Because parts and servicing are more expensive obviously? Clutches, exhausts, brake discs, batteries etc. are all more expensive than average assuming you prefer oem parts.
Sounds a bit dear? My BMW 320d is 2013, has only 36,000 on the clock with a full BMW service history but I doubt it's worth more than £10K even as a part ex.
Cars are more expensive here. Youd probably be looking 14k plus private.
Ive a 12 year old 525d 3 litre. Had it 2 years and only had to replace the hand break. I've the wrong tyres on it, cos it skips out in slightest bit of wet.
Might be worth a trip over there, I'm looking at changing mine soon . . .
As this car is road legal I decided to post on this thread, its the new Super car from Scotland (although built in England) and it's all yours for just £750k.
Scotland has made a supercar and it has a 5.0-litre V12
Look closely. Its all fake.