|Mercedes-Benz CLC-Class Models||SPECS||PRICE|
|CLC200 Kompressor||1.8LPULPPremium Unleaded Petrol5 SP AUTO5 speed automatic||$10,000 – 15,070|
|CLC200 Kompressor||1.8LPULPPremium Unleaded Petrol6 SP MAN6 speed manual||$10,000 – 15,070|
|CLC200 Kompressor Evolution||1.8LPULPPremium Unleaded Petrol5 SP AUTO5 speed automatic||$11,600 – 16,940|
|CLC200 Kompressor Evolution||1.8LPULPPremium Unleaded Petrol6 SP MAN6 speed manual||$11,600 – 16,940|
Mercedes-Benz CLC-CLASS 2011 FAQs
Check out real-world situations relating to the Mercedes-Benz here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
How can I look up a cars service history online?
If the vehicle has been serviced at a Mercedes-Benz dealer, all the information about that history can be accessed online. Any dealer should be able to tap into that history file and tell you what you need to know. You can also establish (if you haven’t already) a `Mercedes me’ account via the factory website and this will enable you to check out the car’s entire service background. A dealer will be able to help you establish your Mercedes me account.
If you’re after an owner’s manual, there’s one included on the car’s hard-drive if the vehicle is fitted with the Mercedes Command system (which was standard on the Power trim level and optional on the Progressive) which you can access via the info-screen in the dashboard. Failing that, this link will get you top the relevant online subject matter.Show more
Why does my 2008 Mercedes-Benz Vito cut out when moving or idling?
Again, a problem like this is very difficult to diagnose via remote control. You haven’t given me much to go on here, but my first suggestion would be to have the car scanned at a workshop and see what error codes materialise. From there, you can take a much more targeted approach to working out which of the hundreds of possible components is causing the problem. Don’t forget the basics, either, such as contaminated or old fuel in the tank. Modern fuel doesn’t like sitting around in a tank and can `go off’ over time.Show more
Mercedes-Benz B-Class 2016: Can I use conventional tyres?
Physically, there’s no problem with switching from run-flat to non run-flat tyres. You might even (almost certainly) find the car rides better than it did on run-flats and the Benz B-Class always had a fairly brittle ride, so any improvement is worthwhile.
Yes, you’ll have to arrange some sort of contingency should a flat tyre occur, but you can source a puncture repair kit pretty easily. There are even puncture-repair-in-a-can products (and have been for years) although they’re not always 100 per cent successful. If you’re keen, you could always find a space-saver spare from another model at a wrecking yard. Provided it’s the right diameter and the stud pattern matches, you’re good to go. Don’t forget to include the tools required to change a flat, though.
The other thing to do is to replace all four tyres at the same time. Driving around on a mix of run-flats and non run-flats is a bad idea and could give the car some evil handling traits, especially in the wet.Show more