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Reviewed on 5 Oct 2017 5:55PM
Reviewed by: tyco_kia
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This is a great car! I am an owner driving it for 2.5 years so far and it has been doing awesome! Highly recommend it to all potential owners.




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best of mid tier
sportscars

Reviewed on 15 Dec 2013 12:16AM
Reviewed by: fastjimmy
Car reviews written ( 7 )
Similar cars tried: Porsche 911 cabriolet Lexus SC430 Renault RS265M
Fuel consumption: 8 km/litre
Drive pattern: daily run about town meets double up rides to office back home
Duration of car driven: 2 years
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As we end the year, it's also a pleasant coming of term to a decade of the SLK grace lines version (R171) yet by no means it is old or outdated, notable SLK pioneered the 1st hardtop convertible and has been a unique development successful since its 2nd generation reign (2004-2011) bolstered by its klein SLR lookalike embodiment of all rounder performance: from low local insurance (under S$700 pa) to ongoing maintenance that won't incur sportscar costs and longevity of usage with lasting statistical prowess i.e. its AMG supercharged top model rivals M3 (3.2L) in its times. In fact this V6 version (post FL'07) has even better acceleration than the current heavier make of brutish looks. So, come 2014 it's not all to the scrapping graveyard but the transformer technology lives on, it's smart key remote controls the roof to the onlooker a self living life like machine.

Strengths

Good ol natural aspiring acceleration

Weaknesses

can't siesta in it


A-Class Act that
does not dissapoint

Reviewed on 4 Jun 2013 5:18PM
Reviewed by: Mwarstep08
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The A-Class A200 is an enchanting mix of a non-conformist exterior design, harnessing a controlled front wheel drive with a 1.4 liter engine and BlueEfficieny technology. The exterior has tailored side lines that create the impression of a forward thrust with a front that looks aggressive and a brilliantly shaped rear which will appeal both old and new Mercedes-Benz customers. The interior has looks high-tech with the seats being comfortable. On the road the A-Class A200 employs the standard comfort suspension for both safety and the drive. The steering and safety handling is increased by the usage of speed sensitive power. Overall this is an ultimate premium hatchback.

Strengths

Comfortable and it has 11 assistance systems that take care of driver safety.

Weaknesses

The interior is a little less luxurious as the other models and it is offered only in automatic transmission.


Excellent
entry-level compact
premium esp to 3
pointed star marque

Reviewed on 26 Mar 2012 1:07PM
Reviewed by: Teik220
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Similar cars tried: Actually wasn't considering 180K until I compared the price gap between it and the jap cars I was evaluting, wasn't that far apart. Had tested Subaru Forestor & Toyota Wish
Fuel consumption: 10.00 km/litre
Drive pattern: 40% expressway / 60% city driving
Duration of car driven: 3 months
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The facelift C Class is a handsome looking car, making it more attractive than its predecessor which was already a good looking car. It has a nice silhouette & clean lines but it is the interior that is even better. High quality plastics ane premium-feel leather are the stand outs, topped off by a beautiful nappa leather steering wheel. Despite being the entry-level model of the C Class, I don't feel I am driving or sitting in a poorer cousin of the C Class family. I loved the way the door shuts - it has that solid vault like feel that old MBs were renowned for. In short, it is well made car - harking back to the days MB had a reputation of building their cars from a block of steel! The supercharged 1.6 liter motor is reasonably good - it moves with the help of the 5 speed gearbox with ease, comfort and stable handling. OK it may slightly struggle from a dead stop due to its lack of cubes but once it moves, it feels well planted with the well made interior insulating me from the day to day noise - the 180 Kompressor shows its MB DNA well. I have read of reports on the concern on its supercharger whine but I personally liked it - it frankly reminds me of our old 190E many years ago. I know I am driving a Benz! Despite MB's Blue Efficiency efforts e.g aluminium hood, i find its fuel consumption only acceptable for a 1.6 litre engine. So far, I am averaging about slightly more than 10 km/litre which is a mix of 40%/60% expressway/city driving use. In fact, it is nothing stellar and is comparable to my Honda ODC which by the way has a larger 2.4 litre I-Vtec engine (shows the innovative edge of the Honda engine). Handling is one of the strong points of the 18O Kompressor. Although it doesn't have the engaging drive of my old BMW E46 318i, it corners confidently and what is more important here, is its comfortable ride - streets ahead of my old BMW. It goes over undulating roads with ease and poise. 4 adults can seat in it comfortably as it has adequate space and will not feel stressed at the end of any journey. It also brakes well but again not in the league as my old BMW but the short fall is not big. Last but not least for an entry level car, it is well equipped from cruise control to brake hold function to lots of practical storage (even the trunk has useful hooks to hold my groceries bag), rear air con and front seat back pockets. I can say this because my old BMW didn't have any of these except for cruise control. In short, a very nice car and I think MB have a winner here and more importantly for me, MB has redeemed itself after years of poor quality and unreliable cars - my 190E was a culprit. Well done, MB - you have restored my faith in the 3 -pointed star.

Strengths

Stable handling, easy-to-drive, handsome styling, lots of features for an entry-level premium make e.g. bluetooth connectivity (telephone & music), day/night mood dial lighting, brake hold function, interior is not only high quality but well thought out for practical use.

Weaknesses

being a 1.6 litre car, it needs some push from standing start to get it going.
Also better torque would be great but I guess FC could suffer.


A heavy car complete
with all the nice
toys...like santa's
sleigh

Reviewed on 10 Jan 2012 3:37PM
Reviewed by: sapporobier
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Fuel consumption: 7.5 km/litre
Drive pattern: 10% highway / 90% drive kids to school.
Duration of car driven: Less than 1 month
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A solid car, good price in the current high COE environment, save on COE as it is Cat A, but outflow from paying more fuel. Will be good if MB can do a software upgrade to increase the torque at a lower rev.

Strengths

Very Stable drive, good list of equipment, all the bells and whistles you will ever need.

Weaknesses

Slightly too heavy for our typical start stop traffic. Thus FC suffers. Would be great if MB can come up with a software upgrade to increase torque at a lower rev.