after Heyhuub pointed me to the allready added Mercedes C 200 K I saw that we have two completely different weights for exactly the same car...
The problem is world wide everyone use different ways to say what car weight is
a) empty car without liquids and fuel (no one use this)
b) empty car with liquids but no fuel (used in the passt in Germany)
c) empty car with liquids and fuel (US curb weight or unladen weight)
d) car with 90% filled up fuel tank and 75kg driver (EU car weight)
perhaps we can add a field were we can say under what rule the weight claim is... this explains a lot the "heavy" cars from Europe and delets some miss understanding...
just a simple example
Nissan USA claims 350Z weight of
3313lbs or 1502kg
Nissan Germany claims 350Z weight of
1603kg or 3534lbs
exactly the same car whooping 200lbs different... only because in Germany Nissan claims weight under EU rules... including driver and fuel and in the US they use curb weight..
I guess that should be no problem to add that future to make it more clearly what the weight exactly is..