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got pay full cash anot..no full cash cannot say here le.

My nick is mr debt, lots of debt haha

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Great, no iPad look-alike sticking out like a sore thumb like in the new C class.

 

When it is going to be launched?

I was told 2017 by C&C SE!

was hoping next year...

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I was told 2017 by C&C SE!

was hoping next year...

 

Judging by the fact that E class is now selling their Edition model, my take is this is the end of production sales to clear stock and with that the new model should be rolled out. 

 

My guess is latest by mid 2016, we'll have the new E Class.

Don't think it will be 2017, SE just don't want Edition model sales to be affected.

They giving big overtrade on this model currently from what I understand which is usually the case for end of production models.

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I heard that the last shipment would be next Feb or Mar for the outgoing model.

 

Should be by Q2 for the new ones.

 

Wonder how much they are selling the current model to clear stock.

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Aww.... steering wheel mounted gear lever again. I really hate it when driving my wife's car. 

Hopefully they will move the gear lever back to centre console. Whether with a stick or knob, or voice controlled. 

only manual will remain in the centre console

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I thought the back looks exactly the same as S class and C class. How come nowadays designs all the same one? Only difference is in the vehicle length and cabin space.

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Front, side or back also look like S Class and C Class.

 

It's like a longer C Class but a shorter and slimmer than S Class. Sits right in between but gadget and tech wise will probably move up towards S Class as standard. Definitely a class up compared to current model.

 

Guess all makes moving in the same direction. Big, bigger, biggest. Look same same.

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both new c & e class is based on the bigger brother S class winning look

The backside is proportionally bigger as you move from C to E to S. I always think the C's ass is a little too small, this one looks about right. S' is a tad too big, like Ah Bui with a million dollar.

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How come MB also following the 1 size fits all.  All economies not doing well it seems.

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whats that 2 thingy in between the central air con fan.

 

Hang kopi is it???

 

yup, one for driver and one for passenger ... German engineers have all bases covered. [:p]

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yup, one for driver and one for passenger ... German engineers have all bases covered. [:p]

 

goes to show they cover all minor details even for asia country where we prefer to drink kopi from packet than cups. :grin:

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goes to show they cover all minor details even for asia country where we prefer to drink kopi from packet than cups. :grin:

 

and its strategically placed there so that the kopi aroma will be circulated around the car.

 

German engineers the bestest liao ... [thumbsup]

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