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Import/Export Local Sale:2010 Mercedes Benz E350 Beige on Almond W/ Rear Seat Entertainment MSRP: $63,925 Call Now 1-800-543-4536 or 1-561-962-4339 CALL NOW FOR YOUR FREE QUOTE WITHOUT US SALES TAX! USAEXPORTEXPERTS In the milieu of sweeping pronouncements, it would be hard to beat the Mercedes-Benz description of its 2010 E-Class sedan and coupe. This is the most advanced automobile we've ever created," said Bernhard Glaser, the Mercedes product manager. "Everything we know and everything we are went into it." Given the fact that the original Mercedes came out more than 100 years ago, that's an impressive testimonial. But Glaser and his colleagues can be forgiven a touch of hyperbole because the new E350 and E550 sedans and coupes are state-of-the-art 21st-century automobiles replete with an unprecedented array of safety and other innovations. However, at a time of rising public sensitivity to environmental issues, they don't do much to advance a green agenda. A small nod to that comes later with a more economical diesel-engine model, though that will be offset by the ultra high-performance, fuel-gobbling E63 AMG version. As it is, the new E350 and E550, though about as good as they can be given their class, design and performance, are not exactly paragons of natural-resource preservation. The E350, with its 268-horsepower, 3.5-liter V6 engine, has a city/highway government fuel economy rating of 18/25 miles to the gallon, while the 382-horsepower, 5.5-liter E550 V8 gets 14/20. In sum, the 2010 E-Class follows in the tradition it has established over nine generations, dating back to 1953. It is the Mercedes middle—a mid-sized sedan aimed at buyers not overly concerned with economy and willing to pay a premium price for the Benz brand of engineering, innovation and luxury. The tighter-handling coupe is an addition, to be joined by a convertible and an all-wheel drive station wagon to give potential customers a full line of E-Class choices. In the family, the new coupe and convertible replace the CLK models. Because it likely will account for the bulk of E-Class sales, the focus here is on the E350 four-door sedan. It has a starting price of $49,475, which certainly takes it out of mainstream family sedan territory. But that is $4,600 less than the 2009 model and, with the addition of new standard safety and other equipment, Mercedes claims that 2010 customers gain a 20% price benefit over the previous car. The safety innovations are impressive, especially the optional driver assist package. It consists of the Mercedes Distronic Plus cruise control with so-called pre-safe braking. The cruise control automatically maintains a distance from the car ahead, right down to a stop. The same sensors operate the brake assist plus, which detects a rapid closing with a barrier or a car ahead, as if that car braked suddenly in heavy traffic. It sounds an alarm and applies the brakes if the driver does not. The system won't prevent a rear-end collision but will mitigate the severity. Another component shakes the steering wheel if the car wanders into an adjacent lane, as if the driver became drowsy. There's a blind-spot warning system, unnecessary if the outside mirrors are adjusted properly but likely useful for people who have never learned how to adjust them. Also available is a system that automatically adapts the headlight low and high beams to the surroundings. Standard safety equipment includes nine air bags, including a driver's knee bag and pelvis bags for the driver and front passenger; stability and traction control; antilock brakes with brake assist; a rollover sensor; active head restraints, and tire-pressure monitoring. If you want to spend a bit more, you can order the $1,650 night view assist, which detects pedestrians you might not be able to see. All in all, it's a comprehensive peace-of-mind setup. Of course, there are plenty of comfort and convenience options, including the $790 Parktronic, which eyeballs a parking space and then delivers detailed instructions to the driver on how to park the car. It does not automatically park the car the way Lexus and the new Toyota Prius do. There's so much stuff on the new E-Class cars that they rival the flagship S-Class models, which now have an edge only in a few more luxury touches, slightly more interior room and bragging rights. No doubt the next S-Class will leapfrog this E. On the road, the new E350 exhibits the characteristics its disciples have come to expect, with competent handling and a supple ride. The V6 engine moves the 3,891-pound sedan to 60 miles an hour in slightly more than six seconds. It is linked to the increasingly ubiquitous Mercedes seven-speed automatic transmission, which can be shifted manually but likely won't be because it's efficient and unobtrusive. Criticisms fall at the margins. Instead of a solid, opaque shade for the panoramic glass sunroof, a cheesy cloth has been substituted, which doesn't entirely block intense sunlight. And the sun visors on several test cars practically needed a pry bar to pop them from the grip of their locking clip. Call Now 1-800-543-4536 or 1-561-962-4339 CALL NOW FOR YOUR FREE QUOTE WITHOUT US SALES TAX! USAEXPORTEXPERTS
17 Nov 2009
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1-800-543-4536 or 1-561-962-4339 CALL NOW FOR YOUR FREE QUOTE WITHOUT US SALES TAX! USAEXPORTEXPERTS Import/Export Or Local Sale:650i Black On Tan MSRP:$89,425 For better or worse, the 2010 BMW 6 Series is a reminder of what happened on erstwhile BMW design chief Chris Bangle's watch. With its Porsche 911-esque profile, distinctive ducktail trunk and lidded headlights, the 6 Series has been alternately wooing and alienating luxury coupe and convertible buyers since its debut back in 2004. Aesthetics aside, we've had few complaints about BMW's flagship GT over the years, and for 2010 BMW has addressed a major one by installing the much-improved fourth-generation iDrive system. If you're in the market for a car of this type, the 6 Series still merits close consideration, even in its seventh year of production. As noted, the big news this year is on the iDrive front, where BMW has finally taken its much-maligned electronics interface back to the shop for serious revisions. The result is – gasp! – a system that's actually fairly intuitive, thanks to the addition of numerous controller-adjacent physical buttons for frequently used functions (stereo, navigation, telephone) and redesigned menus that are more logically arranged. Additionally, the navigation system is now hard-drive-based and offers 13 gigabytes of multimedia storage and real-time traffic information. It may have taken six full years of production, but the 6 Series now boasts industry-standard cabin technology in addition to its other virtues. As ever, these virtues are plentiful, starting with the mellifluous 4.8-liter V8 under the hood of the 650i (the only available 6 Series model). While this motor clearly lacks the low-end punch of a Mercedes-Benz V8, it compensates with velvety refinement and a thrilling high-end punch. To BMW's credit, a manual transmission is still available for the presumably few buyers who want one (BMW is mum on the take rate), though it's now a $250 option rather than standard. Additional points in the 6 Series' favor include a choice of coupe and convertible body styles, a trick soft top with an independent power glass rear window on the convertible, and excellent ride and handling characteristics. The 2010 BMW 6 Series is a luxury coupe, not a cutting-edge sports machine, so you shouldn't expect it to handle like a Porsche 911 or even its 335i and M3 siblings, both of which are available as retractable-hardtop convertibles. Nonetheless, as personal luxury vehicles go, the 6 Series offers a beguiling combination of confident performance, a cosseting cabin, unique style and newly competitive electronics. Though you'll certainly want to check out Mercedes-Benz's new E-Class Coupe as well as the Jaguar XK-Series, this BMW continues to be a very appealing luxury sport coupe and convertible. Body Styles, Trim Levels, and Options The 2010 BMW 650i is available in coupe and convertible body styles. Standard equipment on the coupe includes 18-inch alloy wheels, adaptive xenon headlights, foglights, auto wipers, parking sensors, power-folding mirrors, a panoramic tilt-only sunroof, eight-way power front seats with driver memory, leather upholstery, a power tilt-and-telescoping steering wheel, auto-dimming mirrors, dual-zone automatic climate control, the iDrive electronics interface, Bluetooth, an eight-speaker CD/MP3 stereo with an auxiliary audio jack, and a hard-drive-based navigation system with voice recognition, 13 gigabytes of multimedia storage and real-time traffic. The convertible adds sun-reflective leather upholstery and a power soft top with a glass rear window that can be raised and lowered independently. Options include a Sport package that adds 19-inch wheels, sport seats, a sport-tuned suspension, a body kit, different exhaust tuning, a unique hood design, an Alcantara headliner (coupe only) and exclusive color options. For those who are more stylistically inclined, the Individual Composition option has 19-inch wheels along with unique exterior color choices and special interior trim and upholstery details. The Premium Sound package adds an upgraded surround-sound audio system, an in-dash six-CD changer and a USB/iPod adapter. The Cold Weather package adds heated front seats (also available as a stand-alone option), a heated steering wheel and a trunk pass-through ski bag. Other options include different 19-inch wheels, active steering, adaptive cruise control, keyless entry/ignition, upgraded leather upholstery, a head-up display, an infrared night vision display, a lane departure warning system and satellite radio. Powertrains and Performance The rear-wheel-drive 2010 BMW 650i is motivated by a 4.8-liter V8 good for 360 horsepower and 360 pound-feet of torque. The standard transmission is a six-speed automatic with manual shift control, and a six-speed manual is optional. In performance testing, we've timed a 650i Coupe from zero to 60 mph in 5.6 seconds; expect the heavier convertible to trail by a few tenths. Fuel economy with the automatic is an EPA-estimated 15 mpg city/23 mpg highway and 18 mpg combined. Getting the manual drops the highway number by 1 mpg on coupes, and the overall numbers to 14/21/16 on convertibles. Safety Standard safety equipment includes four-wheel antilock disc brakes with advanced standby and drying features, stability control, front-seat side airbags, front knee airbags and active head restraints. The coupe features side curtain airbags while the convertible gets pop-up rollover hoops. Interior Design and Special Features The 2010 BMW 6 Series cockpit lags behind the Jaguar XK's in distinctiveness, but materials and construction are excellent, and the driving position is second to none. The revised iDrive system is a significant improvement, as BMW has finally conceded that it's better to have numerous physical buttons than a perfectly uncluttered center console. The on-screen menu layout is also more intuitive than before. On the downside, the lone front cupholder is a separate unit that plugs into the center console and must be stored someplace else when not in use. We know the Germans don't believe in sipping while driving, but Americans do, and they won't be happy with this setup. The 650i is perfectly accommodating for two, but the backseat is tight thanks to the dramatically sloping roof line. Both coupe and convertible have an easy-entry feature for accessing the rear quarters, but only the convertible's is power-operated. Trunk space measures 13 cubic feet in the coupe and a still-healthy 12.4 in the 650i convertible (10.6 with the top down), and both cars have a pass-through to accommodate longer items. The convertible's nifty rear window operates separately from the power soft top and doubles as a wind deflector when the roof is lowered. Driving Impressions The 2010 BMW 650i isn't as sporting as some other BMW models, but its well-controlled body motions and firm-yet-supple ride are certainly up to BMW standards. The Active Roll Stabilization system keeps the big coupe composed around corners, and in general the 6 Series feels more nimble than the car's size and 2-ton curb weight would suggest. The 4.8-liter V8 is a gem for those who don't mind winding their engine out to redline, but fans of low-end torque will find it lacking relative to, say, the 5.5-liter V8 in the Mercedes-Benz E-Class Coupe. 1-800-543-4536 or 1-561-962-4339 CALL NOW FOR YOUR FREE QUOTE WITHOUT US SALES TAX! USAEXPORTEXPERTS
3 May 2010
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BMW 5 Series, Settle for more. The all new 5 Series brings unique performance and efficiency whether you select the Sedan, Sports Wagon, Gran Turismo, or race-car-derived M5 edition. The BMW 5 Series features an exquisitely sculpted exterior, rain-sensing windshield wipers, heated side-view mirrors, halogen free-form low-beam headlights and fog lights. Luxurious interior elements such as leather upholstery, power tilt and telescopic steering wheel, and 10-way power front seats. Safety and security features include BMWs Advanced Safety System and front-seat, side-impact airbags. Additional amenities include multi-contour seats, premium hi-fi system, HD radio, lane departure warning system, and navigation system with traffic alerts. The ultimate handling, performance and thoughtful design of the BMW 5 Series makes it a sought after choice for BMW of Morristown customers. Find out how you can experience the BMW 5 Series by scheduling your test drive today.
21 Jul 2010
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BMW 5 Series NJ, Settle for more. The all new 5 Series brings unique performance and efficiency whether you select the Sedan, Sports Wagon, Gran Turismo, or race-car-derived M5 edition. The BMW 5 Series NJ features an exquisitely sculpted exterior, rain-sensing windshield wipers, heated side-view mirrors, halogen free-form low-beam headlights and fog lights. Luxurious interior elements such as leather upholstery, power tilt and telescopic steering wheel, and 10-way power front seats. Safety and security features include BMWs Advanced Safety System and front-seat, side-impact airbags. Additional amenities include multi-contour seats, premium hi-fi system, HD radio, lane departure warning system, and navigation system with traffic alerts. The ultimate handling, performance and thoughtful design of the BMW 5 Series makes it a sought after choice for BMW of Morristown customers. Find out how you can experience the BMW 5 NJ Series by scheduling your test drive today.
29 Sep 2010
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Jametown Distributors Presents the Seachoice Portable Air Horn. The Seachoice air horn provides a sound warning system for boating, sporting events, etc. Signal horns are filled with Tetrafluoroethane gas, a non-flamable, safe gas. These signal horns meet US Coast Guard requirements for boats up to 39 feet in length. You can buy this horn and replacement canisters here at *******tinyurl****/34d3jtm
18 Nov 2010
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At Shanghai Motor Show Mercedes-Benz celebrated the world premiere of the new concept A-Class, a cutting approach to the compact car segment that will appeal to younger customers. Concept A-Class has the potential to shake up the premium compact car segment on a global scale. “Sporty and aggressively styled” is how the new Mercedes Benz A-Class is described. The luxury concept which will also be shown at the New York Auto Show concurrently features expressive design, a new turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine, duel –clutch transmission and a radar-based collision warning system with adaptive brake assist designed to avoid head on collisions.
21 Apr 2011
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BY ERIK SHUTE AND HARUMENDHAH HELMY You're watching multisource headline news analysis from Newsy. This is Newsy Now and here are the headlines you need to know. In world news — A group of former world leaders arrive in North Korea today to meet with the country’s leaders. Bloomberg reports, the delegation is led by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter. “Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter will focus on food shortage and human rights and de-nuclearization when he meets North Korean leaders this week. The four-member group includes former Finnish President Martti Ahtisaari, former Norwegian Prime Minister Gro Harlem Brundtland, former Irish President Mary Robinson as well. That trip was arranged at the invitation of the North Korea.” Still in world news — the Syrian government is escalating its crackdown on protesters. This, as the international community continues to weigh sanction options. Fox News reports on the deadly state of affairs. “The death toll rising as the government crackdown escalates in Syria. New reports claim at least 400 protesters have been killed since the uprising began. Late last night, the State Department started telling Americans in Syria to get out now while, quote, commercial transportation is readily available. The U.S. Embassy is urging families and nonessential personnel also to leave due to the quote, uncertainty and volatility in Syria.” Also in world news — today marks the 25th anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster. The Japanese government said earlier that it is using lessons learned from THAT disaster to deal with its own crisis. Here’s euronews. Chief Cabinet Secretary Yukio Edano said: 'The studies and research on what health problems could emerge based on Chernobyl have became an asset shared by all humanity.' Edano said that Fukushima crisis is different, as the plant had leaked about one-tenth of the radioactive material which was released at Chernobyl.” In U.S. news — the five color-coded terrorism warning system, effective since 9/11, will make way for a new system today. Here’s NBC. “The new terrorism advisory system goes into effect, it replaces the five color-coded warning system. Alerts will note elevated or imminent threat types. They will be offered on the web, Facebook and Twitter.” Still in U.S. news -- the FBI is finding new information while conducting their nationwide manhunt for Earl Moore. Moore is responsible for failed bomb attempt at a Colorado mall. The incident coincided with the anniversary of the Columbine tragedy, but KDVR reports there might be no connection at all. “Officials are announcing the man suspected of the attempted bomb explosion itself at Southwest Plaza was troubled by money problems. The failed attempt at blowing up a homemade bomb happened a week after he was released from a federal prison. Back in 2004, he was convicted from a metro area apartment for not paying rent. Also the FBI says the foiled bombing likely not related to the 12 year anniversary of the Columbine high school massacre.” In the tech world -- Sony has finally entered the tablet war. The electronics giant unveiled not only one -- but two tablet computers running Google’s Android operating system. WCCO has more on the tablets, codenamed S1 and S2. “It took awhile but Sony has finally introduced its first tablet computer. These are the S1 and S2 shown off in Japan. They have Wi-Fi. It has a 9 1/2 screen. The S2 is smaller with 5 1/2 screens that can be folded.” Stay with Newsy**** for more analysis on news throughout the day. For Newsy Now, I’m Jim Flink -- highlighting the top headlines making you smarter, faster. 'Like' Newsy on Facebook for updates in your news feed Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
30 Apr 2011
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BMW 5 Series NJ drivers choose the vehicle for its luxurious interior and strongly sculpted exterior. The BMW 5 Series features rain-sensing windshield wipers, heated side-view mirrors, halogen free-form low-beam headlights and fog lights, as well as luxurious interior elements such as leather upholstery, power tilt and telescopic steering wheel, and 10-way power front seats. BMW 5 Series NJ customers will appreciate the vehicles safety and security features such as BMWs Advanced Safety System and front-seat, side-impact airbags. Additional amenities include multi-contour seats, premium hi-fi system, HD radio, lane departure warning system, and navigation system with traffic alerts. BMW 5 Series NJ buyers looking for more information about the car or details about the current promotion, can visit www.bmwopenroad**** or call 866-559-4BMW.
9 Aug 2011
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BMW 5 Series, Settle for more. The all new 5 Series brings unique performance and efficiency whether you select the Sedan, Sports Wagon, Gran Turismo, or race-car-derived M5 edition. The BMW 5 Series features an exquisitely sculpted exterior, rain-sensing windshield wipers, heated side-view mirrors, halogen free-form low-beam headlights and fog lights. Luxurious interior elements such as leather upholstery, power tilt and telescopic steering wheel, and 10-way power front seats. Safety and security features include BMWs Advanced Safety System and front-seat, side-impact airbags. Additional amenities include multi-contour seats, premium hi-fi system, HD radio, lane departure warning system, and navigation system with traffic alerts. The ultimate handling, performance and thoughtful design of the BMW 5 Series makes it a sought after choice for BMW of Morristown customers. Find out how you can experience the BMW 5 Series by scheduling your test drive today.
9 Aug 2011
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Visit us today *******www.koeppelnissan****/ Nissan Quest Queen, created with families in mind. The Nissan Quest Queens is a powerful option for families on the go with a 3.2-Liter V6 engine and two-hundred and sixty horsepower. Conveniences options include one-touch power liftgate and power sliding doors with auto-reverse feature, roof rack side rails and crossbars and dual opening glass moonroof. Standard and optional features include blind spot warning system, rearview monitor, eight-inch color touch-screen monitor with voice recognition and Bluetooth capability. Visit our website for more information about the Nissan Quest Queens and schedule a test drive today.
11 Aug 2011
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BMW 5 Series, Settle for more. The all new 5 Series brings unique performance and efficiency whether you select the Sedan, Sports Wagon, Gran Turismo, or race-car-derived M5 edition. The BMW 5 Series features an exquisitely sculpted exterior, rain-sensing windshield wipers, heated side-view mirrors, halogen free-form low-beam headlights and fog lights. Luxurious interior elements such as leather upholstery, power tilt and telescopic steering wheel, and 10-way power front seats. Safety and security features include BMWs Advanced Safety System and front-seat, side-impact airbags. Additional amenities include multi-contour seats, premium hi-fi system, HD radio, lane departure warning system, and navigation system with traffic alerts. The ultimate handling, performance and thoughtful design of the BMW 5 Series makes it a sought after choice for BMW of Morristown customers. Find out how you can experience the BMW 5 Series by scheduling your test drive today.
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Visit us today *******www.koeppelnissan****/ Nissan Quest Queen, created with families in mind. The Nissan Quest Queens is a powerful option for families on the go with a 3.2-Liter V6 engine and two-hundred and sixty horsepower. Conveniences options include one-touch power liftgate and power sliding doors with auto-reverse feature, roof rack side rails and crossbars and dual opening glass moonroof. Standard and optional features include blind spot warning system, rearview monitor, eight-inch color touch-screen monitor with voice recognition and Bluetooth capability. Visit our website for more information about the Nissan Quest Queens and schedule a test drive today.
8 Sep 2011
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