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Condition:Used Conditions & Options:AM-FM-CD-CASS,UP0 Model:MALIBU Genuine OEM:Yes Year:2001 Interchange Part Number:638-02466B Stock #:BG0006 Designation:Used GTIN:Does not apply PartNumber:638 Inventory ID:68683 Mileage:146000

Mercedes S Class production cut as sales fall

Wed, 17 Oct 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Mercedes is cutting production of the range topping S Class to a one shift operation as sales fall ahead of the new 2013 S Class. But there are now plenty of signs that even premium car makers are not immune from the economic climate – particularly in Europe – as sales start to slide. We recently commented that Jaguar sales are not as strong as they were and now it seems Mercedes is starting to feel the punch as sales of the range-topping S Class falter.

Mercedes-Benz starts voluntary recall of 2013 SL-class

Tue, 09 Oct 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Mercedes-Benz has initiated a voluntary recall for its 2013 SL-class due to an issue with the air-conditioning system. Under “worst-case condition” testing during a severe front impact, a rupture of the refrigerant line is possible, which could cause a fire in the engine compartment. According to the report from Mercedes Benz, the refrigerant does not ignite under normal conditions.

Land Rover reaches coldest inhabited place on Earth

Wed, 22 Jan 2014 00:00:00 -0800

Despite the second snowpocalypse of the year and the reappearance of the polar vortex, the American Midwest and Northeast are not the coldest places in the world right now, contrary to what you might have felt this morning during your commute. So the Petsmart parking lot in Schenectady, New York is going to have have to have to get a few degrees colder if it wants to make it in the Guinness Book of Records. The title holder of the coldest inhabited place in the world happens to be the district of Oymyakon in Russia, though it's a bit further south from the Arctic Ocean than you'd expect.