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Fl, Black/black, Amg Sport, Keyless, Always Garaged, Always Dealer Serviced!!! on 2040-cars

US $18,800.00
Year:2005 Mileage:47401 Color: Black /
 Black
Location:

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
Transmission:Automatic
Body Type:Coupe
Vehicle Title:Clear
Engine:5.0L V8 SOHC 24V
Fuel Type:GAS
Condition:

Used

VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: WDBPJ75J35A046623
Year: 2005
Number of Cylinders: 8
Make: Mercedes-Benz
Model: CL-Class
Trim: CL500
Options: Sunroof, Leather Seats, CD Player
Drive Type: RWD
Safety Features: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag, Side Airbags
Mileage: 47,401
Power Options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Exterior Color: Black
Interior Color: Black
Warranty: Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty

Auto Services in Florida

Zacco`s Import car services ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Air Conditioning Equipment-Service & Repair, Brake Repair
Address: 6144 springer dr, Port-Richey
Phone: (727) 845-8657

Y & F Auto Repair Specialists ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Automobile Parts & Supplies, Automobile Diagnostic Service
Address: 5130 NW 15th St, Lauderhill
Phone: (954) 978-7799

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Automobile Parts & Supplies, Automobile Seat Covers, Tops & Upholstery, Boat Covers, Tops & Upholstery
Address: 549 N Goldenrod Rd, Winter-Garden
Phone: (407) 674-9523

X-Treme Auto Collision Inc ★★★★★

Automobile Body Repairing & Painting
Address: 7526 Narcoossee Rd, Orlo-Vista
Phone: (407) 243-5599

Velocity Window Tinting ★★★★★

Auto Repair & Service, Window Tinting, Glass Coating & Tinting
Address: 1136 E Altamonte Dr, Casselberry
Phone: (407) 383-3363

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Auto Repair & Service, Tire Recap, Retread & Repair, Tire Dealers
Address: 587 105th Ave N Unit #28, Glen-Ridge
Phone: (561) 290-0127

Auto blog

Mercedes-Benz killing Maybach in 2013, replacing with S600 Pullman

Fri, 25 Nov 2011

According to an unnamed Mercedes-Benz source speaking with AutoWeek, the German automaker is killing off its Maybach line in 2013.
The unsurprising news comes after the brand was resurrected in 2002, but failed to meet sales expectations with its two core models, the Maybach 57 and 62. Further solidifying its fate, a deal with Aston Martin to aid in the development of future Maybachs fell through earlier this year.
According to the AutoWeek insider, the plan is to continue to sell both Maybach models through the end of 2013, after which the fifth-generation S-Class will go on sale. When that happens, three new variants of the S-Class will be available, including an all-new, range-topping S600 that brings back the Pullman moniker and may be better suited to competing with the likes of Bentley and Rolls-Royce.

Is Audi getting complacent and suffering from brain drain?

Wed, 27 Nov 2013

The argument is made in a Reuters article: Audi is falling behind other luxury brands, such as Mercedes-Benz and BMW, due to a lack of research-and-development spending and "brain drain," or the migration of top executives and R&D chiefs to other parts of the Volkswagen Group. Reuters notes that Audi's current R&D chief is the third in 16 months.
Audi, which contributed to 40 percent of VW Group's $11.6 billion in profit the first nine months of the year, is delivering cars at a record pace: 1.31 million were delivered from January to October 2013 versus BMW's 1.35 million. Yet Audi, Reuters reports, doesn't have a halo car akin to BMW's new electrified i3 and i8 or an answer to Mercedes' plug-in-hybrid S-Class, and the R&D spending at Audi is less than BMW and Mercedes by a fair margin. It's noted in the article, however, that Audi benefits from other R&D spending within VW Group.
Reuters mentions that BMW "trumpets its new 'i' series" and the new Mercedes CLA and GLA ranges are winning "rave reviews" as part of its argument that Audi's recent lack of technological innovation could hurt future sales. Those cars do pack tons of new technology, some of which are firsts for mainstream production cars. But last time we checked, the i3 could be causing BMW's stock to slide, the CLA isn't receiving the rave reviews that Reuters would have you believe and the GLA hasn't been reviewed yet.

Daimler employees can set email to auto-delete during vacation

Mon, 18 Aug 2014

The Internet has shrunk the world in terms of the way people communicate by making it possible to send an email from Oslo and have it show up in Cleveland almost immediately. But that instant contact has wrecked the work/life balance for many. They get home from a long day at the office, yet they can never fully put their feet up and relax because another hour or more of checking and replying to emails awaits. However, German automotive giant Daimler is putting an end to that churn, at least while its employees are on vacation.
About 100,000 Daimler employees in Germany are eligible to opt-in to a new program called Mail on Holiday, according to The Atlantic. When the workers go on vacation, they can switch it on, and the service auto-deletes all of their incoming email. "Our employees should relax on holiday and not read work-related emails," said Wilfried Porth, board member for human resources, to The Financial Times as cited by The Atlantic.
Mail on Holiday puts a thumb on the scale of work/life balance in favor of a little more free time. The system means that Daimler employees shouldn't even be tempted to check their email on vacation because there's nothing there - and it also avoids them coming back from a relaxing holiday only to find a mailbox packed full of hundreds of unread messages. These days, people are absolutely obsessed with their work, often to the detriment of their health, not to mention spending time with their families and friends. On one hand, Mail on Holiday sounds like the sort of vacation breakthrough we'd need to truly unplug and unwind, but on the other hand, it makes our skin crawl just thinking about the lack of communication. What's your perspective? Have your say in Comments.