A LUXURY car rental business owner has unveiled that his most damaged vehicle isn’t the model you’d expect.
The high-end vehicle pro showed off his fleet on TikTok, with the video primarily displaying a Range Rover, Mercedes-Benz E300, and a GMC Yukon.
This car rental business owner, Alex Davidchuk (@lextasy_youtube), said in his TikTok clip that his most-damaged vehicle is the Mercedes-Benz E-300 sedan instead of the massive GMC Yukon.
Alex noted: “Within the last year, it [Mercedes-Benz E300] has had three front-end accidents, where the bumper had to be replaced, and everything else in the front end, including the hood.
Next, the auto-entrepreneur zooms in on the Mercedes-Benz’s front grille to show part of the car’s full emblem missing.
Alex added: “The rear end of this Mercedes has been completely destroyed by a drunk driver.
“It was parked in a parking lot, and the driver smashed into it about three different times in his Jeep and then tried to get away, and police had to drag him out of his car.”
The car rental business owner applauded his chosen repair shop’s ability to realign the E300’s left rear panels before highlighting the vehicle’s other damage.
Alex stated that the luxury sedan had suffered two cracked wheels, six flat tires, a ripped-off front bumper, and a loose headlight.
This disconnected bumper was shown hanging by a zip tie and reportedly resulted from a customer having a “minor run-in” with a curb.
Alex added that Mercedes-Benz’s broken headlight would cost him around $1,200 and that the headache of owning a luxury car business oftentimes isn’t worth it.
A new E-Class Mercedes-Benz starts at $56,750.
The E-Class portion of the car’s name stands for Einspritzung, which means the vehicle has a fuel-injected engine.