Cop an attitude if you must, Rendered, but the car is only competitively priced. The car is in no better than good condition, not great, and the deal is complicated by your own admission. Further, you have clearly stretched the facts as you are trying to get out of a bad deal. Maybe you should have scrutinized it better before you bought it.
Why are you wasting your time here if it'll sell so readily for more on Autotrader?
This is tough crowd, true, but that comes from experience.
I'm trying all angles. The forums that I ussually deal with are much nicer, more positive, and I actually sell some things here and then.
It was not a "bad deal" for me, I simply changed my mind. As we all know, there's no return policy for vehicles. If you have second thoughts, you sell it. This is what I'm doing. Why is it so hard for people to read between these lines and grasp that concept?
Nothing wrong with the car. We paid extra to have a post sale inspection and Garauntee from the Auction, for mechanical, electrical, and possibly any issue that would arise after purchased and it all came out Clean with no issues. On top of that, I had my own Mercedes/BMW/Audi mechanic come down during this process to give his own diagnoses while the car was on their hoist. Please don't add false information to my sale thread. Boys, you're making a lot of assumptions here.
This seemed like a good idea to sign up with this forum and post this car for sale here, but I regret ever stepping foot in here after experiencing the wonderful positive comminity you all share.
Sorry I even tried.
I hope there are some positive individuals here to offset the "know it all" negative ones, because at second glance, I don't see why anyone would want to own a Mercedes and be a member here. No attitude, I'm just stating my observations. Thanks for the warm welcome folks.