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2005 Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited September 2014 in Mercedes-Benz

image2005 Mercedes-Benz CL65 AMG Long-Term Road Test

There's no end to the nice little touches in this 2005 Mercedes CL65 AMG luxury car.

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Comments

  • ca135ca135 Posts: 1
    Do you think anyone who would wear white gloves while changing their tire would actually know how to change their tire?
  • except perhaps of how to design that doesn't break down repeatedly after only 8 years on the road. :T
  • diigiidiigii Posts: 156
    A fifth wheel (full size or donut) is always a better, safer and cheaper alternative than run-flat tires anywhere anytime.
  • diigiidiigii Posts: 156
    I see this car as a spoiled little brat like Alicia Silverstone's character on Clueless. "Oh, as if!!" :)
  • greenponygreenpony Chicago, ILPosts: 531
    This is a nice touch.
  • cobrysoncobryson Posts: 110
    you meant sight, not site. sorry, pet peeve of mine.
  • sharpendsharpend Posts: 177
    Actually, you spend $180,000 for the white gloves and get a rapidly depreciating, expensive to maintain vehicle in the process. What a deal!
  • duck87duck87 Posts: 649
    Doesn't this come with many Euro vehicles? Since it's mandated, you typically get a cone and a vest if you buy a car in Germany.
  • quadricyclequadricycle Posts: 827
    @duck87: Yes sir. In some EU countries, a vehicle has to have reflective vests and triangles aboard to be compliant/road legal. You'll also see many vehicles that come with fire extinguishers which, although not usually required, is actually a really good
  • miedenmieden Posts: 75
    Hate to be a nag, but those $100 trunk struts you need are going to ruin your $400 trunk-latch-actuator, which will cause a "run to timeout" of the PSE pump every time you lock/unlock the doors. A couple weeks of pump timeouts will burn up the $700 pump and leave you with no central locking, no rear headrests and a picky alarm. Then you'll blame the car, when you only needed $100 trunk struts...
  • hybrishybris Posts: 365
    +1 mieden You guys might want to actually listen to this guy he was dead on with the ABC system going.
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