BenzWorld Junior Member
Date registered: Jan 2015
Vehicle: 2014 Full Designo CL 600 W/All options offered 1 of 1 built from 11-14
Location: SOCAL USA
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If your talking to me
If your talking to me, 2014 CL600. Please look up the term, "Ghetto". It is rather self explanatory, As to its my meaning.
Example: I was driving down the road, saw and a not so old CLK convertible. The car had broken down, the hood up, the car was fairly clean and the family was stranded on the side of the road. 3 hours later on my way back, they were still there. If you cant afford roadside assistance, you cant afford the car. That is just one example, another was I went to visit a good friend who owns a transmission shop. He has restored several of my vintage car's transmissions and he was all upset because he had spend thousands of dollars of his own money on a fairly newer MBZ and the guy couldn't afford to pay the repair bill, it was 2/3rds the price of the dealer. Ok, another example, I see people driving around in what once very expensive MBZ and the car was trashed and the rear end was on the ground. Now, you tell me if that isn't, "Ghetto". Anyone can buy one on credit but not everyone can afford to fix them. It's like a "Welfare Cadillac" people want to drive one to impress but they can't afford what comes with owning one. For the love of all that is Holly, keep them up and have respect for the product. I can see an old Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Kia, Mitsubishi or the likes but a MBZ, come on. That is, "Ghetto". I will never forget back in Atlanta this woman would come in, be really nasty and rude, buy extremely expensive things on her credit card and wore a beautiful fur coat. One day I was leaving and watched her walk to the end of the lot where she go into a 25 year old clunker. Now to me that is "Ghetto". All show and nothing in the bank.