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Hi all

 

Just bought my new C Class and awaiting the delivery in November!

 

I realize there isn't any introduction page for this section.

 

I will start off and the rest can follow suit

 

Name: Ryan

Occupation: Banker

Age: 32

Previous car: N.A

No. of cars owned: 1

Reason for buying: Simply love the new design of C-Class!!!

Aspiration for car: to own the AMG performance in future

 

Maybe we should have a gathering!

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Hi Ryan welcome to the forum.

Great choice in getting the new C its gorgeous. 

 

We do have gatherings once in a while, you've just missed the one a few days back. Do check out the events subforum for future outings, cheers

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Berrie....your car damn fierce....saw you turning from Stadium for the gtg..... :devil:

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no impulse, i took my  C200 since 20-Sep-14 and i loved it

C200 is a totally different case! i loved that car as well but getting it would be abit overstretch for me

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Yup, love the car and drove it for a week but don't have much time to really go and enjoy the ride, still less than 300KM now..haha

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Hi all, I bought a second hand 2007 c200 Kompressor Supercharge w204(?) recently, a note "Check Eng. Oil when next refuelling" comes out, and I understand that the engine oil level is low which I did check.

 

I am thinking to buy engine oil (different brands or similar >5w30) and refill it myself is that okay?

 

Will the "message" indicator of the disappear after refilled?

 

Do I need to clean the remaining engine oil before putting new engine oil because of different brand?

 

Or do I have to bring it back to Merc Service Centre to do it for me?

 

Please advise gents, thanks for your time.

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Hi all, I bought a second hand 2007 c200 Kompressor Supercharge w204 recently, a note "Check Eng. Oil when next refuelling" comes out, and I understand that the engine oil level is low which I did check.

 

I am thinking to buy engine oil (different brands or similar >5w30) and refill it myself is that okay?

 

Will the "message" indicator of the disappear after refilled?

 

Do I need to clean the remaining engine oil before putting new engine oil because of different brand?

 

Or do I have to bring it back to Merc Service Centre to do it for me?

 

Please advise gents, thanks for your time.

Did you send it to Vicom for pre-inspection before purchase? Engine oil level low is rare for mercs, not like bmw which is a common issue. Is better For you to send your car to ws for a check at once coz you wouldnt want your engine up lorry that will cost you more!!

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Hi all, I bought a second hand 2007 c200 Kompressor Supercharge w204(?) recently, a note "Check Eng. Oil when next refuelling" comes out, and I understand that the engine oil level is low which I did check.

I am thinking to buy engine oil (different brands or similar >5w30) and refill it myself is that okay?

Will the "message" indicator of the disappear after refilled?

Do I need to clean the remaining engine oil before putting new engine oil because of different brand?

Or do I have to bring it back to Merc Service Centre to do it for me?

Please advise gents, thanks for your time.

I suggest you get your mechanic to have a look. If the message come out, I suggest you not drive your car as the lack of lub might damage your engine.

if its still in the Lemon period, contact your seller asap.

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I found a preowned C180 with an A grading by STA report done by the agent. It does not say anything abt it being accident free. I only get verbal guarantee that it's accident free. Will that be ok? Also will the service credit from C&C be transferred to me?

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I found a preowned C180 with an A grading by STA report done by the agent. It does not say anything abt it being accident free. I only get verbal guarantee that it's accident free. Will that be ok? Also will the service credit from C&C be transferred to me?

 

Service credits are non-transferable unfortunately.

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Yes, service credits is not transferable to other vehicle, it's stick to the car, not the owner, so if buy a used car with available service credit, then you will have the service credit instead of the ex-owner.

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Yes, service credits is not transferable to other vehicle, it's stick to the car, not the owner, so if buy a used car with available service credit, then you will have the service credit instead of the ex-owner.

But i was infomed by agent that its neither transferable nor follow owner. Once u sell car, its gone...

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Yo Berrie, Tigershark, Blackmercs...and the rest...and Ryan.

 

Its been a long time and i finally Log in "meet" all of you again.

 

Lets keep in touch, in the loop.

 

 

 

Welcome Ryan.

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Thinking of upgrading my W204 to the new W205. Any indicative price for reference and what additional goodies to request?

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