I respect the normal, reasonably motored Gelandewagen, I grew up in Santa Fe where they were imported for years before MB brought them here. But the stupid side piped, all go, no turn, no brake, never going off road, driven by soccer moms G63 and 4x4 squared that litter this town are just Chargers for more affluent people looking to make the same vroom vroom noises.Sorry to say the G-wagen isn't going anywhere. They have an electric version coming out shortly.
That makes sense. I suspect the agency sales model they already implemented in Australia will be spreading around the world very soon.No, I meant it more like end of the line for Dealers. Not the G wagon. They are milking customers for every last penny because direct to consumer is coming.
That's how I read it. Which ironically I think would make the contract recursive. Infinite G-wagen loop!Wait, what's going on with point 5? Are they requiring you to place a deposit on a car that you didn't order when you pick yours up just so they can say they have a customer deposit for the next order/allocation?
I believe this is Surrey, BCSurrey/Guildford is an extremely wealthy suburb of London, a la Beverly Hills or Chappaqua or Villanova. My guess is they have plenty of buyers who just don't care and can easily get away with it.
Also, I know I shouldn't care but it really bugs me that they call it the G Wagon.
Yeah that clause is weird. I was half expecting to see;I thought maybe it was to curb black market exports to Russia. Seeing as they have requirements to bring it back after a year to make sure it’s being “used locally”
If anything perhaps the opposite? Watching everything he threw at it so far, i was pretty impressed with how it performed. I can't say I ever paid any attention to them before, other than knowing my next door neighbor has one and they are expensive. Looks like they're following the Ferrari business model? Is this normal on Mercedes?This is all whistlindiesel's fault