Depreciation: S$23,255.30 Original Registration Date: 30 Sep 2009 Vehicle Info: Age: 8 years 3 months Mileage: 160,000km Rebate Info: COE Category: B COE Expiry: 30 Sep 2019 OMV: S$39,000 ARF: S$0 QP Paid (COE): S$0 Loan Estimation: Based on MAS Guidelines of min 30% downpayment. Industry Interest Rate: 2.98% Max Loan Term: 20 months Min Downpayment: S$12,000 Est Monthly Instalment: S$1,469.53 These values are estimated for you as a buyer service. Please check with the seller for actual terms. Description: Registered in 30/09/2009, this car has about 2 years more to go. I'm the 2nd Owner. Included in this Sale are: - NAPEEX Quad Exhaust (1-2-4 System) (Approved by LTA with Makers' and LTA Certificate) - Full set original AMG Brake System (Rotors; 6 Pot/ 4 Pot; Steel hose; Master Brake Pump) - The Original AMG Front Brake Pads just change early this year ($950), with receipt. - Both front lower arms (Original), one piece about $600 - RS Chip Gen 2, which is piggy back (original 154BHP -> 175BHP) - 18" Rims (minimum to fit the AMG Brake Set) with Michelin PS4 Tyres - Original Front lamp both replaced in early 2017 - New battery and alternator changed Sep 2017 - I only use Castrol Edge (European Formula) 0W40 - 100% Accident free - No mods on internal organs at all! (Number plate not included in this sales) The reliability of Merc compared with other Conti needs no introduction. This is a 1.6L (Road Tax just renewed for 1yr till Sep 2018) but the power and acceleration is exception, with no compromise on the Fuel Consumption (see pic: One 65Liters Full tank can hit 630KM, then reserve light on) with the above setup. The price of the Brake System along with the other repairs/replacement would already be more than S$10K. I suggest interested buyer to view, appreciate, test drive before making an reasonable offer (but if you're thinking of offering anything below the 40s, you can really stop wasting each other time). If after test drive and both parties can come to agree on a price, I will be glad to go to your garage to let your mechanic assess the car, for your peace of mind. I am upgrading and not in a rush sale, so don't bother low balling me.