The only actual measurement of axle centerline to fender, which is the only way to compare suspension height, was the same on the BL and a squatch, so, until we get more real measurements, those estimates of yours don’t mean much.BB -->BL is 1"
BB -->Sas is 2.4"
I am not sure if a added "lift" is the best way to describe the differences any more. Actuall body height is only moving 0.3" and .85" between models.
I don't mean to be a dick or anything... Wait... actually I don't care... but helpful?The quickest and most reliable answer will be found by searching the forums. No policing here, just pointing out the most helpful source of information.
I don't really find it offensive, but I do think it shows a lack of professionalism on the media's part.Being a police officer, do you find it offensive when the media says "a cop <this>" or "a cop <that>"? I'm offended, seems "police officer" would be more polite.
The G is pretty much my dream vehicle.Thanks! She's got a few miles on her at this point so the new Bronco seemed like an excellent daily driver replacement. I'll never part with the G though.
I am also a police officer and I don't necessarily find it offensive. I think the term is used when the accompanying comment is generally not a compliment. Tends to make the word negative. When someone uses police officer it is usually followed by something more positive.Being a police officer, do you find it offensive when the media says "a cop <this>" or "a cop <that>"? I'm offended, seems "police officer" would be more polite.
I've had 3 MB's. One with the NA 4.7L V8 and 2 AMG's with the 4.0L bi-turbo. They're pretty f'ing expensive to maintain, especially the 4.0's.The G is pretty much my dream vehicle.
hard tho when $40k gets you 100k+ miles..
how has it been?
theyve been made forever so are they pretty bulletproof?
not just as expensive to maintain as you would expect a Benz to be?