The next generation of Mercedes-Benz compact is here and it has big shoes to fill. A quarter of all Mercedes cars sold are actually compact cars and even though the outgoing vehicles certainly looked luxurious, they didn’t exude Mercedes quality. Fortunately, the brand has gone back to the drawing board and designed a car that’s far more deserving of the badge on the grille.
The new A-Class not only rectifies many of the criticisms of the old compacts but also delivers a whole suite of innovative, exclusive technologies that will make the car stand out to every buyer.
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I wonder when Mercedes will add the interior and features of the e class into the gle and interior and features of the s class into the gls,that would be an enormous upgrade, since we never had all features and nice syleing of the sedans in an Mercedes suv except for the glc.
Wait, wait. You want me to make a ful lpaper with evidence and calculations for everything I say without expecting anything from 'Darksyne' for his bold statement about the most compromised US president in the last century?
sic22l That is non-substance drivel, scaremongering and/or hyperbole at best.
With such a huge and complicated tax system, it's easy to make such statements about taxes, but there is no net tax increase on most people. Almost every middle-class person I've seen has seen a tax cut or, at worse, no change in their taxes at all. You can't support your statement.
Nations were already engaging in trade wars on the US, and corporations have been taking advantage of that. Domestic produces pay taxes that are not seen in other nations abroad, making domestic produces less competitive. It gives them incentive to leave! Tariffs weren't even just a long overdue measured response, they are, like all other taxes, a necessity to a level playing field, and they've had no negative impact of overall trade so far. If any, there's much talking renegotiating trade agreements! That's should be the result if we were engaging in a trade wars! And you know, it's funny how you are so bothered by lower personal taxes on millionaires, but you're against taxing the tax dodging corporations these millionaires run and label that a trade war?
As for "Obamacare", there is no evidence that 40% of will not be able to afford healthcare with reforms to ACA. Before the the ACA, the percentage of uninsured was ~9%. Many of those people weren't uninsured for lack of affordable insurance options, they were uninsured by choice. They were mostly young, healthy and stupid, not people who were too broke to afford insurance. With the ACA, the percentage of uninsured didn't even decline by 1%, and the decline was mainly due to it being a requirement, not due to greater affordability. The politics grossly exaggerated the cost of healthcare before the ACA.
As for neutrality, again, no substance and more scaremongering. Where was the evidence of crippling before NN? Where's the evidence after? You talk as if unfettered internet has only existed for a year and half, with anything outside that period being the dark ages.
As for "humiliation", why should we care? China, Russia and Middle Eastern nations murder their own people, silence opposition and minorities. European nations have broken their own spine, political correctness has taken over, and their culture is slowly being destroyed, but it's the US that should feel bad for meaningless reasons.
All Trump did was to reduce corporate taxes for millionaires along with higher taxes for regular people like you. He started trade wars (which always end up as a recession), pulled back the "Obamacare" which means that 30-40% of Americans would not have health insurance because they can't afford it. Net neutrality? Gone, internet providers can be paid by Apple or Netflix to cripple or even block the connection with competing services. And he also humiliated US internationally.
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Quân Anh Canada pays slightly more for their cars.
America has consistently showed that they don’t like hatchbacks. They liken them to be cheap runabouts and they don’t convey class even if they are made by Mercedes-Benz.
They are not going to kill the CLA. They will make the A-Class sedan to fill the spot (price wise) of the current CLA and they will introduce a new CLA that will move upmarket.
Yosemite Sam said A class at $30K, ADD wheels, tires, engine, seats, tranny, doors, Windows, navigation, stereo,paint, carpet, lights, etc...now it's over $1 .8 trillion. Add 3 pointed star ...$3.2 trillion for a POS! No thanks. Like the new Corolla hatch better...much better and more reliable at $20k.
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