The Mercedes-Benz GLK350 debuted for the 2010 model year in North America as a compact luxury crossover SUV and it was bad. It was really bad. The styling was bizarre with odd proportions, the powertrain was average at best, and the interior was some of the worst garbage Mercedes-Benz ever produced. Pre-molded hard plastic over everything with glossy plastic faux wood joined by vinyl seats that split and peeled if you looked at it the wrong way. Even the infotainment was a massive disappointment with its small screen and bad resolution. This is purely just a post to remind you how bad these things were and to never ever buy one. I hope I’m clear enough.
Remember the old saying, “The fastest car is always a rental”? While that might be true in a lot of cases, there are cars that are faster: the “Corporate Executive” vehicle. Why? These cars operate with the same philosophy as the rental cars, but are actually fast to begin with, and not Chrysler 200s from the airport rental parking lot with stale donuts under the seats. They are treated with the same disregard for ownership as the rentals, although usually luxury cars with way more power than Ted the CFO at the oil and gas company actually needs. Case in point? This 2013 Porsche Cayenne GTS up for sale in Texas with over 205,000 miles on it. Yes. One owner and 205,000 miles in 10 years. Over 20,000 miles a year on this GTS, which isn’t exactly a beacon of cheap running cars or reliability. I hope the write-off was worth it on this one.
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Hey there. My excitement sure peaked with I saw this 2002 Mercedes-Benz ML320 finished in its current shade of mint. I thought this was maybe a special order or a designo color given that this shade is no stranger on German cars. I personally love it because I think it is something different without being too garish or offensive as well as being a nice refresher (no pun intended) in the normal sea of earth tones. After all, I’ve seen factory crazier colors on cars, but sadly I was left disappointed on this one. You can probably guess why.