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Teleaid will be optional as will the auto-dimming mirrors. New headlights, much cooler looking! I believe base price drops a bit, back to $29k and something like in 01. I think that's pretty much it.
 

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Can anyone confirm the new headlights on non-xenon 03s?

I've heard conflicting reports on this. The MLs got the new HLs last year whether they had xenons or not. I thought this would be the case with the C as well, but now I'm hearing maybe not??
 

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Re: Can anyone confirm the new headlights on non-xenon 03s?

I think non-HID equipped cars still retain refelctor-type headlight, only HID gets projector headlight housing...
 

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Are you sure about that Drew?

I've heard from several sources that the non-xenon lights on the 03s will be the same as the 02s. Where'd you hear otherwise?
 

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Even better with the Phillips Vision + bulbs

They are 50% brighter so not near an HID Xenon setup but much better than stock.<br> <br> I got mine at www.autolamps-online.com in the UK. $40 shipped.
 

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Differences between 02 and 03 C240's

As far as I can tell, Tele-Aid is now an option (Not standard anymore),
4Matic is now an option, and the wiper and cruise control stalks are shaped differently.
 

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plus you don't have to buy the unecesary heated seats to get the xenons

plus I think now you don't have to buy the unecesary heated seats to get the xenons (read FLORIDA)
 

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No, not now Bill, LOL...

I've heard from several sources that the non-xenon lights on the 03s will be the same as the 02s. Where'd you hear otherwise?
As we all know now, they're still reflector based halogens for '03.
 
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