2012 Mercedes-Benz C250Joseph Golfcart - Peachtree City, GA11/27/2015
If purchased with reasonable expectations of off-the-line acceleration, this car is enjoyable to own and operate. The car is lightweight and handles like a sports car in most driving situations. There's noticeable "turbo lag" from a dead start, which detracts from an otherwise excellent vehicle. The lag is most obvious in stop-and-go city traffic. However, driving this car is a delight when cruising freeways to reach distant destinations, especially when achieving gas mileage that exceeds 30 MPG.
Acceleration, style, comfort, and handling. Admittedly, I was somewhat concerned about the cost of fuel, having to use premium instead of regular, but the mileage is so much better on it than my previous vehicle (Ford Escape), that it more than makes up the difference in cost.
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