2013 Mercedes-benz S-class Sport on 2040-cars
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2013 MERCEDES BENZ S550 4 MATIC WITH THE AMG SPORT APPEARANCE PACKAGE HEATEDSTEERING WHEEL AND PAN ROOF SUPER CLEAN 51K MILES. NO ACCIDENTS AWD MB REMOTESTART, 2 MB KEY FOBS AND ALL PEDIGREES THIS WILL COME WITH THE AMG 19 INCHWHEELS WITH GREAT TIRE TREAD REMAINING. I ALSO HAVE ANOTHER SET OF 20 inchWHEELS THAT WERE PURCHASED FOR MY PREVIOUS S CLASS I HAVE NOT PLACED ON THISCAR, BUT CAN BE NEGO AND INCLUDED WITH THE SALE IF THE PRICE IS RIGHT. I AMPRETTY FIRM ON THE PRICE, BUT HEY MONEY TALKS! PLEASE NO LOW BALL OFFERSWELCOME. ****THE AUTO CHECK REPORT IS INCORRECT THIS CAR HAS NEVER BEEN IN ANACCIDENT AND HAS NO FRAME DAMAGE, 5 MINS ON A LIFT CAN PROVE THIS AS TRYING TO GET THIS CORRECTED. I HAVE REFLECTED THIS ON THEPRICE AS THE TMV IS A HIGHER VALUE. UNFORTUNATELY FOR ME I DOUBT IT CAN BERECTIFIED BEFORE THE SALE.
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Ernst Lieb, the disgraced former CEO of American operations for Mercedes-Benz, will not be getting any more money from the Silver Arrow'd teat. His wrongful dismissal suit against MB's parent company, Daimler, was tossed out of a German appeals panel. This, followed the initial rejection by a lower court last year.
According to court documents acquired by Automotive News, Lieb was found to have "accepted payments of substantial value to which he - as he was aware - had no claim."
Lieb took over American operations from former CEO Paul Halata in September of 2006. Reports surfaced in October of 2011 that Lieb was dismissed from his posting at MB, with a variety of rumors swirling. Eventually, news broke that financial wrong doing was responsible for the German's firing.
Records, as the say, are made to be broken. Whether that's cramming the most hot dogs down your gullet, running a faster mile, or yes, driving across the United States, odds are that there's someone out there wants to eat more, run faster or drive harder. Speaking of that last example, the record for driving from a set location on the east coast, in particular the Red Ball Garage in Manhattan to the Portofino Hotel in Redondo Beach, CA, has been one that has fascinated gearheads since a guy named Cannonball Baker made the trek from New York to LA in 53 hours, 30 minutes, in 1933.
The competition saw its glory days when Car and Driver's Brock Yates came up with the Cannonball Baker Sea-To-Shining Sea Memorial Trophy Dash (more affectionately known as the Cannonball Run), although the record was most recently set by Alex Roy and his 32-hour, seven-minute trek behind the wheel of a BMW M5 in 2006. Now, there's a new champion, who made the trip from east to west in a scarcely imaginable 28 hours and 50 minutes, behind the wheel of a 2004 Mercedes-Benz CL55 AMG. That's works out to an average speed of 98 miles per hour over the course of 2,813.7 miles.
His name is Ed Bolian, and Jalopnik has a writeup of the epic voyage that details everything from the history of the Cannonball Run to Bolian's preparation and trouble finding co-drivers, to the trip itself. It is well worth a read.
In Episode 36 of Motor Trend's Head 2 Head, now that the Corvette ZR1 is no more, Jonny Lieberman has to look overseas to the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Black Series for a challenger with similar philosophy to the SRT Viper: long hood hiding a high-horsepower engine set way back, rear-wheel drive, tiny trunks. That puts the Viper's 8.4-liter V10 with 640 horsepower and 600 pound-feet of torque against the SLS AMG's 6.2-liter V8 with 622 hp and 468 lb-ft.
However, the congruences in philosophy and magnitude of numbers doesn't translate to the driving experiences of the two, which are literally and figuratively on different continents. Lieberman gets a handle on the two of them on Northern California roads, Randy Probst then finds out how, and how quickly, they can lap Laguna Seca.
They both get kudos for being improvements on their original sources, but only one of them can take the win. You can find out by watching the video below.