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Monday, October 29, 2012

The Perks of German Engineering

Posted on Mon, Oct 29, 2012 at 8:00 AM

Mercedes-Benz prides itself on it's engineers, who have kept the company's vehicles on the cutting edge of technology and craftsmanship. Everyone knows Mercedes are built for speed, reliability and safety, but have you noticed the interiors lately? Getting into a Mercedes is like a trip into the future. The 2012 Mercedes C250 is equipped with a Central Controller with 5.8" High-Mounted Display, a trip computer, Dual-Zone Automatic Climate Control, Intermittent Wipers with Rain Sensor and much more. This pre-owned 2012 C250 is available at Mercedes-Benz of Little Rock for $36,990. It is a four door sedan in Palladium Silver/ash with only 6,809 miles and a clean Carfax. Click here for more information or call or go to Mercedes-Benz of Little Rock at 8 Colonel Glenn Plaza, Little Rock, 501-666-9457

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