Enjoy, whatever the price...
But why did you not spend less on a 4-door? Admittedly the CLK does look
nice, but you pay extra for less comfort.
Now, if you had spent even more and bought a Cabriolet (with even less
comfort - smaller boot/trunk) then I could understand it....
CLK 320 CAB
NB: To reply directly replace "nospam" with "schmetterling"
My dealer is a high volume dealer, last month he was selling the 2003 CLK
Cabriolets at invoice to clear them out to increase the allocation for 2004.
Checked around & found not too many dealers were offering much more off what
I wanted & it turns out I saved $4020 since there was no destination on this
car as it was a Eurpoean delivery shipped directly to the dealer. Plan on
keeping it awhile so the depreciation won't matter that much & the 2004's
have no changes on the coupes.
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