Review of PP Exclusive Mercedes Benz SL R230

PP exclusive mercedes benz SL R230Low-hanging, wide and loud, this is the Mercedes Benz SL R230 in the interpretation of PP Exclusive. Mercedes Benz SL R230 has a new 20-inch wheels Majestic, which is mounted on Dunlop tires in size 255/30R20 front and 305/25R20 in the rear. To accommodate them, the tuner has widened wheel arches – front by 25 mm and the rear by 55 mm. The suspension was supplemented with an electronic lowering module that allows the vehicle to 100 mm. The module starts with switches located on the steering wheel. Experts from Baden-Württemberg also exchanged on the standard exhaust system made of stainless steel exhaust pipes tipped four, oval tips.

Mercedes Benz SL R230 has interior Inside the white leather seats finished in nappa leather with black stitching, also used white decorative detail and a black headlining. The steering wheel now has a flat bottom and is finished in black Alcantara and white lacquer.

GM Scraps Plans to Cut Back on Cadillac Dealerships

Last year, GM had announced plans to significantly reduce the number of Cadillac dealers operating in the United States, going from a total of about 1,400 at the start of 2009 to around 500 by the end of the year. However, Automotive News is reporting that those plans have been scrapped, as GM is planning on reinstating Cadillac dealerships across the country.

The initial plan was created to bring Cadillac in line with luxury car lines such as Mercedes and BMW, which have a smaller number of dealerships located in major metropolitan areas. The majority of the more than 900 Cadillac dealerships that were scheduled for closure were in rural or smaller metropolitan areas, with GM focusing its growth of the Cadillac brand on larger populations on the East and West Coasts.

“We think that GM realized that terminating these dealers would leave a lot of loyal Cadillac customers orphaned and not produce a material benefit in the form of increased sales,” said Ernie Manuel, president of the Fontana Group in Tucson, Ariz., a financial consulting firm for dealerships.

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