Not a big issue but frustrating if there were an emergency and had to respond quickly. The car has less than 100K miles on it. The 190E has mechanical everything. All this only proves Mercedes only cares about money and not customers anymore and they think they aren't going to be held to responsibility in these defective products or part replacing needing to be recalled by Automotive Customer Affairs Bureau is supposed to hold these car companies responsible. These items are expensive to replace, and represent a substantial percentage of the market value of the car at this point. Today, a year later, my front windows stop working.
Thinking about tranny service, but they tell me wait till the problem happens when I ask them to do it. Original review: May 13, 2018 How do I start the lawsuit or a Class Action Lawsuit? But the idiots who were suing for this defective part recall. My wife has dubbed it the Silver Bullet and drives it accordingly. It's not causing weird tire way either. Next, Transmission, the seven speed automatic enjoys shifting on its own, may stay in fourth gear as you cruise down the highway. Don't think a technician knows better than a mechanic and avoid buying anything from the dealer. They say is there a problem? Mechanic changed the hose and change new Gear Oil.
For the first 80,000 miles it used conventional oil and went about 10,000 - 12,000 miles between changes before it was switched over to Mobil 1. The C 230 SportCoupé was powered by a 2. Gilly The biggest difference between the cars is technology! I am in the market for a second car, mostly for daily commuting. Just replaced coil springs in the front. To the original poster, this guy gave you the best advice in this thread.
Robbed of hard working money that we earn not them. The style is still racy looking, paint job good even after 12 years of hard driving. The problem is after the above done, the car unable to start. I like the Volvo 850's but I've heard of and my neighbour will also attest of frequent electrical problems. Indeed, C230 Kompressor is more appreciated - at least in countries where fuel is not so expensive - than a C230 and, therefore demands higher resale prices. Any additional help would be great. Checked all the fuses, and still cannot lock or unlock the doors, or open the trunk.
My compressor still gets Awesome gas mileage. The C 230 SportCoupé was powered by a 2. The car stops in middle on road and this is a very dangerous situation, a known Mercedes defect with the transmission electronics. I thought purchasing this car would be a good choice. The C32 had a smaller engine than its predecessors, the with the , and the powered by the. Everything was fine until, at 60k I had to replace sensors, okay not bad right? It now has 145,000 miles on it has been a very reliable car, except for the supercharger seizing at 100,000 miles.
No one contacted me back so I utilized their chat feature. This is totally unacceptable to be facing another 7 to 8 thousands dollars in repairs to a car with only 100,000 miles. I honestly don't believe that anyone would buy a Mercedes with the expectation of getting a reliable car with quality components and cost-effective maintenance. In between those 2 conditions, however, it is a tad slow for our tastes. The maintenance is not cheap, but it's to be expected. All the early Mercedes supercharging systems employed a roots-type blower,.
The same as the brake pads and other parts. Promised and fighting to survive over decades to prove my case. They simply don't measure up to the build quality of many other cars of their era, especially at their price point. The real gems are being kept, sooo. In 2003, Mercedes-Benz added the C 180 Kompressor, followed by the C 200 compressor in 2003-2007 187 hp , and finally the C 160 Kompressor in 2005.
Thank you for settling class action lawsuit out of court order and before a ruling by a judge. Certain components are famously well known for being underbuilt and having a high failure rate, such as the windshield wiper motors and drives. My check engine light is on but everything else is good. My car also jerks, or kicks pretty frequently. Too many bought them as a cheap way to have a Mercedes, and then never knew they had to be maintained better than what they were used to owning, or maybe couldn't even afford the maintenance? Mechanic told me that the compression problem.
Sometime last year, I was driving with the sunroof open, and heard a loud pop. Other issues I'm not sure if 55000 miles we haven't hit them yet we probably will try to get rid of the car because of the check engine lights. Petrol oil flow good, spark plug sparking good. After purchasing had repeat problems with fuel sensor, Battery draining constantly replaced at least 7x. However, the supercharged inline-four engine was considered to be coarse and noisy at the high end. This experience is a 1 star--going with three. Most parts are normal to cheap comparatively.
I am blessed enough to be able to perform the oil changes. One day I'll find a truly passionate alignment expert who knows how to tweak it and permanently fix it. I am blessed enough to be able to perform the oil changes. Regular maintenance and the W202 C230 is a car that will easily crack 250,000 miles. I would appreciate your thoughts. We had a 1999 C230 Kompressor Sport and leased it for three years and 45,000 miles.