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It's almost time for a new car....

Discussion in 'Cars' started by Suekel, Oct 26, 2020.

  1. MNSlotLover

    MNSlotLover Ainsworth Whisperer
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    Mrs MN had been driving a Santa Fe for nine years, so we upgraded her to this Mercedes GLK 350. It’s not new......I don’t buy new cars.....a 2014 with 49,000 miles. Under $20k. Thought it was a great buy, plus they gave me $3,500 trade on the 2009 Hyundai. She loves it!
  2. sparkydog

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    I am a huge MB fan myself. on my 5th one and next year getting a newer one. Honestly I typically don't keep mine past the 5 year old mark but have never had problems outside of regular maintenance and always buy one with a few miles or demo because I hate the $$ loss driving it off the lot brand new. I love the drive and feel plus IMO they are reasonable price point.
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  3. KnotGillty

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    I too purchased a 2020 Palisade Limited and am blown away by the luxury and technology incorporated into the driving experience. 7 usb ports for every seat in the house, 2nd row heated seats for winter & 2nd row cooled for summer, and power folding 3rd row seats. I'm in love with the live feed blindspot video camera that shows on the dash everytime I turn on the blinker. I don't even have to look over the shoulder anymore when changing lanes (this feature is only available on the Limited & Caligraphy models). I have a bad back, and love that the driver lumbar can be raised and lowered throughout the seat (instead of just a fixed position). And because there are several AC power outlets, you can plug in a laptop or anything else that requires normal household power. The vehicle drives like a dream. I know, I know, it's a Hyundai. But with vehicles like this, the opinion and reputation of a low quality vehicle is thrown out the window.

    The 2021 Caligraphy only comes in AWD. If you want FWD, you'll need to go with a 2020 or 2021 Limited. There are lower trims (SE & SEL), but they don't have all the bells and whistles of the Limited & Caligraphy.

    Here's a video (they go over the interior around the 6:40 mark).

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