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This gorgeous GLA250 was picked up via the European Delivery Program in Germany, dropped off in Paris and arrived in the US last week!
As the new owner said, it is exciting to get to meet your new car twice – Once at the factory in Germany and again when it gets to the US!
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Ben came by the showroom this week to do an in depth video of the Edition 130 Cabriolet! With just 65 in the US this might be the only way you see one! Take a look at his YouTube Channel for more great Mercedes reviews!
I was driving a GLA loaner car the other day when the fuel light came on…in three places! And then I had to back up to a different pump after I had opened the fuel door and got a handy warning about that too! I can’t imagine how anyone could run out of gas with all of this notification.
Also, notice how the warnings have a little arrow to remind me about where the fuel door is located. I had forgotten that it was on the drivers’ side on the GLA/CLA. Handy!
The Robb Report asked MBUSA President Dietmar Exler for some S-Class road trip suggestions. I would be happy to test them all out! Read the full article here.
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The S-Class cabriolet is the most beautiful car in the world! What could make it better? A limited edition! This vehicle just arrived at the dealership and it is a knockout! The Alubeam Silver paint alone is worth a visit to the showroom!
The 2017 E300 is the first car in a few years with a different Homelink system. Here is what worked for me.
Step One: Hold one of the buttons on the bottom of the Mirror (1,2, or 3). Light flashes.
Step Two: At the same time, hold The Button You Want to Program on the remote. Light flashes quickly.
Now your mirror is programmed but you must teach the garage about it. (Love this guy!)
Step Four: Press and then release the button on the mirror that you programmed (1, 2, or 3). It might work! If not, press and release again. My garage works on the third try.
You did it! Nice work!
(Thanks to Chris in SC for helping me solve this mystery!)