Mercedes-Benz C-class sedan has the dynamics, which are worthy of attention. It will be available in two varieties C300 and C400. The difference between the two is that of engine capacity where the C300 has a smaller one.
Exterior and Interior Features of Mercedes-Benz C-class
The vehicle’s impressive exterior catches the eye right away. With this model also, Mercedes is surely going to meet expectations of most drivers, who prefer beautiful cars. In fact, its design is such that it could be easily mistaken for the Mercedes S-class, which is more expensive and better in looks. However, in every respect, the C-class looks different from the previous models in the same category. The front of the car makes a good impression because of the headlights. They are designed with precision and the series of LED lights look aesthetically cool.
When you open the door, your eyes notice an unmistakable plush look. The front seats should keep the driver happy and the passenger comfortable. The hand rest has ample space. There is fair amount of metal finish, which works well against the dark interior. Moreover, the controls look sorted. The steering wheel is flat based with tools like speedometer and tachometer right in front of it. The LCD is comfortable to look at, as its placement should meet the eye level of most drivers.
Engine and Mileage Specifications
The C300 will be equipped with 2-liter four-cylinder engine, which is expected to offer 241 horsepower while having a torque of 273 lb-ft. The C400 has more power offering 329 hp with a torque of 354 lb-ft. It is said that in the early months of 2015, you will also have the option of purchasing a rear wheel drive C300. Car enthusiasts should be happy to know that a hybrid version will be up for sale around the same time. Meaning, with this vehicle, you have the option of driving it without any guilt of harming the environment.
Mileage calculated for the C300 shows 24 mpg on city roads, 31 mpg on highways and 27 mpg on roads and highways combined. For the C400, it is 21 mpg on roads, 29 mpg on highways and 24 mpg on both.
Pricing and release date of Mercedes-Benz C-class
The vehicle is expected to hit the US markets in August 2015. It will be priced at $38,400.
Go for this cool possession for its handsome looks and easy controls. Mercedes-Benz C-class’s hybrid version is a great choice if you are planning to go green in 2015.