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UberX with 2016 exec cars??

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Why would you spend so much money for a car and destroy using it for UberX?? what is in the head of those drivers??

Why is Uber allowing this?

There is no difference now between exec and x, customers have 40% chances to get a 5 series or E class when choosing X, what a joke:huh:

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People bought those cars with the hope they will be enrolled on Exec and will make double ££££££.

Of course now they are crying when they realised how small is the extra and how much they are losing in depreciation with 16 E class :o or they don't care and like to work in E class while losing money

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18 hours ago, JPH82 said:

I had an older E class to start with so can work both platforms here in Liverpool. The car is going up for sale as the executive work we do get doesn't make up for it. 

Older is ok if is paid, is not a  liability anymore , this is the best option actually if you can do it

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Unlikely as there's still a distinction in London, with many PH firms having different rates for E and S Class - as it should be as there's a big difference in running costs.

However, in the U.S., many markets have UberBlack, under which both E and S-Classes and their equivalents from other brands, fall under. 

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