Mercedes 5 Storey Parking Garage (was £50) Now £25.00 C&C at Tesco Direct
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Mercedes 5 Storey Parking Garage (was £50) Now £25.00 C&C at Tesco Direct

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Found 29th Sep 2016Made hot 29th Sep 2016
Good price drop on this, free click and collect too!

• Race the 2 cars down 5 levels of track

• Move the cars in the lift and store them in the parking platforms

• Comes with 2 Mercedes cars

Daredevil cars can race down five levels on the two-lane course, before heading into the lift and back up to the top of the parking garage. When the Racers have finished playing, the cars can be parked on the platforms, fill up at the pump, enjoy a car wash and look forward to a new day of racing.

Coming with 2 cars so you can start racing right away, the Mercedes 5-storey parking garage is perfect for both playtime and beyond.

17 Comments

Instore too, but doesn't look exactly Mercedes-Benz quality

Good deal, heat added

azz_rockz

Instore too, but doesn't look exactly Mercedes-Benz quality



Maybe A-class build quality. Seems an ok price for what it is under offer.

Just need some kids so I can play with it.

Mikeygolfgt

Just need some kids so I can play with it.



I have six, 5 of which are boys. Knock yourself out. I'll leave some Oreos & milk, in case u all get hungry

monkeyhanger75

Maybe A-class build quality. Seems an ok price for what it is under offer.



​Yes it's a shame. I moved from a 12 year old S class to a 1 year old A class right back to a 5 year old S class because of this. Might as well buy a golf if you want over priced poor quality.

I'm on a Myleene Class at the moment...

acj7745

​Yes it's a shame. I moved from a 12 year old S class to a 1 year old A c … ​Yes it's a shame. I moved from a 12 year old S class to a 1 year old A class right back to a 5 year old S class because of this. Might as well buy a golf if you want over priced poor quality.


lol you can't compare the S-class (£68k+) to the A-class (£19k+), the rrp when new reflects the different target markets. An older executive car will always be higher quality than the newer budget car, common sense no?

s24adm

lol you can't compare the S-class (£68k+) to the A-class (£19k+), the rrp … lol you can't compare the S-class (£68k+) to the A-class (£19k+), the rrp when new reflects the different target markets. An older executive car will always be higher quality than the newer budget car, common sense no?


Poppycock!!!

s24adm

lol you can't compare the S-class (£68k+) to the A-class (£19k+), the rrp … lol you can't compare the S-class (£68k+) to the A-class (£19k+), the rrp when new reflects the different target markets. An older executive car will always be higher quality than the newer budget car, common sense no?



​Yeah clearly. I definitely get that. It was a highly spec'd A class A220. It was just missing that something that lets you know it is quality without being able to put your finger on it that everything else in the MB range has that I've driven, well... Same with a previous generation C180 petrol. Awful plastics, might as well get a VW and save yourself some money. Just to be clear I definitely did not pay £68k for it, wish I had that kind of money to spend on a car!
Edited by: "acj7745" 30th Sep 2016

Sames with BMW as well, my E46 330ci was built like a tank, truly excellent build quality, it was 9 years old when i sold it and it drove like new. My E90 335i is definitely a step down in quality with many more squeaks & rattles and generally less luxurious. The F30 is apparently an even further step down in quality, driven by the need to lighten weight to improve fuel economy and performance I'm told. I assume it's the same for Mercedes.

Note the two cars that come with it are attached together at the bumpers to simulate real-life

Mikeygolfgt

Just need some kids so I can play with it.



Totally unnecessary for this kind of stuff....Go for it (and save additional wallet drain, heartache, annoyance and general inconvenience).

jimborae

Sames with BMW as well, my E46 330ci was built like a tank, truly … Sames with BMW as well, my E46 330ci was built like a tank, truly excellent build quality, it was 9 years old when i sold it and it drove like new. My E90 335i is definitely a step down in quality with many more squeaks & rattles and generally less luxurious. The F30 is apparently an even further step down in quality, driven by the need to lighten weight to improve fuel economy and performance I'm told. I assume it's the same for Mercedes.



All cars are going this way now - gone are the solid tank-like qualities of a well built car from 10 years ago, they're designed to crumple up like crisp packet when anything going more than 5mph hits them. A German car's edge over the competition is perceived by the plushness of its interior, bigger brakes, more safety equipment and squeezing more than average Hp out of an engine these days.

I can't imagine any recent cars working like a dream for 20 years - filled with electronics and tech that can't be repaired, only replaced - far more reason to be uneconomical to fix at 10 years+.

bought 10 to flog on ebay heat

oos

Showing as still available... unexpire maybe?

Hot for the price... unable to heat up though.
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