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45 minutes ago, camrysfe said:

What engine is it using 

Seems like 1.6L diesel

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4 minutes ago, Thaiyotakamli said:

G160 with AMG bodykit, fierce and road tax friendly🤭

I think got to add a 1000W speaker (external one) to simulate the AMG V8 sound and a eccentric motor for the vibrations.... 

Who cares if it just crawls along! 

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1 hour ago, camrysfe said:

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Interesting, now they offer widescreen LCD dashboard as standard for E200. Previously E200 only had analog dashboard.

For E180, if they deleted the Multibeam LED option, can shave another 10k off the basic car cost. Though that'll make the car look like taxi trim lol

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6 hours ago, Mkl22 said:

big CC is now passe... lets see who can make the biggest car with the smallest cc...

I thought the new E180 is powered by a 1.5l TC engine producing the equivalent of a 1.8l drivetrain? It is still a less powerful car in this case. Is this naming convention valid for MB?

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Damn cock up. Bring in E180 Must pay 10k for C1 VES. And then need to strip down it further to make a price difference from E200 Substantial enough ......wait.... 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m the dumb one here. Just jack up the price of E200 and E300 even more and probably still can sell... done. 😀

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17 minutes ago, Mkl22 said:

Damn cock up. Bring in E180 Must pay 10k for C1 VES. And then need to strip down it further to make a price difference from E200 Substantial enough ......wait.... 

 

 

 

 

 

I’m the dumb one here. Just jack up the price of E200 and E300 even more and probably still can sell... done. 😀

omv will probably be much lower than the e200 to cover the lower selling price

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12 hours ago, Voodooman said:

I thought the new E180 is powered by a 1.5l TC engine producing the equivalent of a 1.8l drivetrain? It is still a less powerful car in this case. Is this naming convention valid for MB?

Naming convention is a mess across other brands as well 

https://www.sgcarmart.com/new_cars/newcars_listing.php?MOD=BMW

BMW 3 series, 320/330 is 2L , 340 is 3L

BMW 5 series 520/530 is 2L, 540 is 3L 

BMW X2 sDrive18 M sport is 1.5Litre, 20i is 2L

 

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14 hours ago, camrysfe said:

its the same engine from the c200 but without the eq boost

so same engine as C160 ?

so basically Merc C200 FL heart use in two other car models ? C160 & E180 ?

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56 minutes ago, TeamAMG69 said:

so same engine as C160 ?

so basically Merc C200 FL heart use in two other car models ? C160 & E180 ?

Just spoke with my sales from C&C 

Almost similar technical spec like C180  at hp-power 156

Selling Price 229888

Less first 50 cars - $5000

High over trade now above 20k 

So all in Mambo Jumbo , is effective price around $192k 

 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Innocuous said:

Just spoke with my sales from C&C 

Almost similar technical spec like C180  at hp-power 156

Selling Price 229888

Less first 50 cars - $5000

High over trade now above 20k 

So all in Mambo Jumbo , is effective price around $192k 

 

 

 

Same output as the c180 but is actually a diff engine. The c180 is using old Renault engine which is 1.6litre. The new e180 is using the same engine as the c160 but with more power.

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1 hour ago, TeamAMG69 said:

so same engine as C160 ?

so basically Merc C200 FL heart use in two other car models ? C160 & E180 ?

Yeah. In fact there is a version of e200 using the same engine as the c200 in some overseas market.

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20 minutes ago, camrysfe said:

Same output as the c180 but is actually a diff engine. The c180 is using old Renault engine which is 1.6litre. The new e180 is using the same engine as the c160 but with more power.

is there any technical information / website on the engine which states E180 is the same engine as C160 ?

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45 minutes ago, Innocuous said:

Just spoke with my sales from C&C 

Almost similar technical spec like C180  at hp-power 156

Selling Price 229888

Less first 50 cars - $5000

High over trade now above 20k 

So all in Mambo Jumbo , is effective price around $192k 

 

 

 

Thats pretty expensive 

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1 hour ago, TeamAMG69 said:

Naming convention is a mess across other brands as well 

https://www.sgcarmart.com/new_cars/newcars_listing.php?MOD=BMW

BMW 3 series, 320/330 is 2L , 340 is 3L

BMW 5 series 520/530 is 2L, 540 is 3L 

BMW X2 sDrive18 M sport is 1.5Litre, 20i is 2L

 

Yes, it is confusing.

I was told BMW's naming convention is based on power output, the two digits after the model name is an indication of the “feel” of the drivetrain.  3.0 ‘feels’ like a 3-litre engine. 40 in X5 feels like a 4-litre engine. 

i thought MB is also keeping to that convention although it is really easy to inflate those numbers these days since they are no longer based on actual engine displacement.

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