I'm not making this change to save money paying for the car kind of throws that idea out of the window. Having a quick gander it appears there's a plate d up for 14K on Arnold Clark but the options list seems to cover pretty much everything down to the individual bolts so it's a bit confusing what's actually an extra.
I brought it back in October last year on 72k so have covered a fair few miles in it and got to know the car.
Other than that all I have needed to do is another service and 2 tyres.
The BMW i, which has recently replaced the i, has some seriously stiff competition at the mercedes cls reifendruck zurucksetzen.
Over the next week or two I need to replace the disks and pads all round as the light has come on, need another 2 tyres and another service, but only the disks and pads are due to mileage really servicing is normal.
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