OM 642, 3.2-litre V6, 220 PS, max. torque 540 Nm
2987 cc, 4 valves per cylinder, compression ratio
Will be installed into M-Class and R-Class
from mid-2006 on and then step-by-step introduction
from the end of the year 2006 on in S-Class, C-Class
Of cource not.
We have ice bears warming us up and nice little snow castles to live in.
We all make Nokia cellular phones here and dive our Mercedes over the
ice all year long ;-)
How about you?
It sounds like much more fun than the Washington DC area.
Here we just have crime, violence, traffic, pollution
and the orifice of power of the last remaining superpower.
On the bright side, we are getting a baseball team.
Nothing is the way it is because that's the way it has to be.
That is known as a non-sequitur....
BTW I checked the 10-day forecast for two cities in Finland, Turku and
Helsinki, and it seems it is fluctuating only between about 0 and -10 deg C.
Can't be much different from NE North America..
For direct contact replace nospam with schmetterling
Stayed in Helsinki during New Year's eve 1988/1989, was a very strange, yet
funny place. All the streets were covered with ten inches of solid ice, the
municipal services did not even make an attempt to clear the streets. But
the cars are allowed to wear spikes in their tires, and every now and then
you see an angry young man chasing his compact car around corners in a
dazzling speed. After having seen that I understand why about 18 of 20
rallye driving world champions were born either in Finland or in Sweden.
BTW: Currently, in Helsinkli daylight appears at 10am and disappears again
at 2pm. It does not surprise me that Finland and Sweden have imposed strict
regulations on selling liquor to their people;-)
Nice people, nice country, nevertheless!
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