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Don't get the MB OEM C-Class side nets. Picture a pair of briefs w/ attachment elastics (yep, the net doesn't stretch out so it's rectangular...just maintains its trapezoidal shape).

Big thumbs down :p
 

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it came with it, ken

so let it stay[:)][;)]
 

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no it didn't

My brother paid $40 for this MB accessory. That's why I thought I'd warn folks about it :)
 

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oppsss! I thought its an OEM, for all C's;-)
 

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He's not referring to the front passenger net, Jim...

He's referring to the optional cargo side net that you can get for the rear cargo area.

The 4matic C-classes do not get the front passenger footwell net due to the transfer case hump. However I'll be adding one anyway.
 

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thanks Drew..
 

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thanks Drew..

I thought he was refering to the map net inside the passenger side. Sorry Ken my bad[:(]wrong reply[:(]
 

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Re: He's not referring to the front passenger net, Jim...

He's referring to the optional cargo side net that you can get for the rear cargo area.

The 4matic C-classes do not get the front passenger footwell net due to the transfer case hump. However I'll be adding one anyway.
?? My 2002 C320 wagon (w/o 4matic) came with front passenger footwell and cargo side nets. OTOH, the $30 I spent for the full-floor net was worth every penny.

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this was a C240

Maybe the salesman threw in the side nets for you?

The rear cargo net works well, but it blocks most of the low liftover area on a sedan (no such problem w/ your wagon of course :)
 

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Rear Cargo Net

I agree with the side nets. Looked at them and decided to get the floor cargo net instead. It is very nice. However, I wish the plastic end clips had some kind of latch on them. If you put anything big under the net the clips slip off the tie down rings. Overall, I am happy with the floor cargo net and it is worth the money.
 

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Re: this was a C240

Maybe the salesman threw in the side nets for you?

The rear cargo net works well, but it blocks most of the low liftover area on a sedan (no such problem w/ your wagon of course :)
I would be surprised if he threw in anything without making a point of it but who knows? I assumed they were standard.
 

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Yes, they are standard...

I would be surprised if he threw in anything without making a point of it but who knows? I assumed they were standard.
The side nets are standard equipment on the wagon and those are indeed useful. [:)]
 
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