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Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe CDI Review

Looks count in the coupe market and the all-new C-Class Coupe delivers. The externals are matched by a stylish and — priced from (C 180) — the C-Class steals an edge on its direct in the ‘driving dynamics for your department.

Mercedes being the all-new C-Class Coupe a breathtaking list of technology and features (11 airbags!), but it’s the which delivers the knockout the new-look Mercedes-Benz grille, the coupe long bonnet and a flowing roofline give the Coupe standout on-road

And Mercedes being Mercedes, all engines in the latest C-Class range (three petrol and one are the latest BlueEFFICIENCY models for fuel consumption and exhaust

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe

Car Showroom tested the diesel-powered C 250 CDI C-Class Coupe — mid-range, priced at $69,900. to the Mercedes-Benz C-Class lineup is the (115kW/250Nm, 1.8-litre, four-cylinder) is sharply priced at $58,900, at $69,900 is the C250 (150kW/310Nm, four-cylinder) while the range-topper is the (225kW, 370Nm, 3.5-litre V6) at $99,900.

All models expect the C 180 run a Handling package suspension which brings a 15mm in ride height and stiffer

Inside are four individual beautifully sculptured, with head restraints (unusual for and the latest Mercedes-Benz dashboard and design wonderfully crafted and efficient (as you expect). And there are no than nine driver systems including Distronic Active Lane Keeping and Sport Assist and Attention

Audio and satellite navigation also run new technology and improved functionality.

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Engine

Our week was spent in a C 250 CDI C-Class Coupe the only variant. Entry to the all-new C-Class Coupe lineup is the four-cylinder C 180 with 115kW/250Nm, the C 250 also employs a 1.8-litre, powerplant but is good for 150kW/310Nm the 3.5-litre V5 C 350 reigns supreme 225kW/370Nm.

‘Benz says the C 250 CDI C-Class Coupe we tested at 4200rpm and 500Nm from delivers segment-best scores for consumption (5.1l/100kms) and exhaust C02 (134g/km).

Drive is via the latest of Mercedes’ 7G-TRONIC PLUS automatic transmission. ‘PLUS’ calibration for enhanced fuel and comfort, but we certainly found the Coupe crisp enough in its response (even in ‘ECO’ to be classified as a sporty coupe.

And, of course Mercedes-Benz has building diesel engines our grandfathers were wearing so they’ve certainly got the hang of it by The Mercedes-Benz C 250 CDI C-Class Coupe was quiet, even when (an early spring cold brought mornings below degrees during our week) and accelerating hard.

Mercedes-Benz Coupe The Interior

The Mercedes-Benz Coupe highlights the current interior style modern, but not classy, but not conservative and with a new palette which will if you haven’t recently checked-out a passenger car.

All four are superbly sculptured we really the driving position which was with a mixture of manual and electronic adjustment for height and angle for the seat as well as and rake (manual) for the typically ‘Benz steering wheel. says the C-Class Coupe’s of fore-aft slide for the front is the longest in the category.

Our Mercedes-Benz C 250 CDI (like all models except the C was beautifully trimmed in full (Artico man-made leather for the model). Our test car ran brushed trim, but you can also select five others including black piano-lacquer look and burr walnut.

Instrumentation is the gauges and to the left is the high-resolution for the satellite navigation and audio. In the of the gauges are some excellent showing (for example) seat belts are used and if the backrests on the rear seats are (60/40 split-folding for extra

‘Benz says the C-Class delivers front/rear shoulder of 1372mm and 1278mm respectively elbow room (1443mm rear) and hip room between and rear seats of 789mm they claim, are amongst the in this league.

Access to the seats is uncomplicated thanks to EASY-ENTRY system which is activated via a lever near the top of the seats which initially the seat, then slides it (all manual, not electric unlike some rivals, the is finger-touch so even the Car Showroom could manage un-aided).

functionality has been improved Benz’ latest Audi 20 with functions displayed on the screen, along with a array of technical information and here’s an interesting one fuel history (it gets frustrating to see how your efficiency nose-dives in traffic).


Mercedes-Benz C-Class Exterior Styling

Styling-wise, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe is an in elegance. And, as you would from the world leader, not half-baked. The coupe’s silhouette is 41mm lower than the sedan and while the two share cues around the beltline, the panache arrives in the form of dramatically-upswept C-pillars.

The front, naturally, shares its with the rest of the latest C-Class range the somewhat grille treatment looks and the Coupe gets a few distinguishing

And the short rear end is all curves and leading to a boot with a raised trailing edge and a under-bumper treatment.

All-up the Coupe shows once how Mercedes’ designers, perhaps than anyone else, can a premium look with and precision, largely by getting the spot-on regardless of the market

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe On The

Turning sedans into often brings some beef to support the larger openings. ‘Benz is smarter that and there has been a on keeping the weight of the C-Class reined-in not the least of which is the use of for the front fenders, bonnet lighter than the steel and parcel shelf.

And that in translates into on-road which are sharp and responsive. the Mercedes-Benz C-Class is a bit more than some edgier performance coupes, but this is a coupe performance drivers enjoy

Over our high-speed mountain loop, the C 250 CDI was balanced and poised, nice feedback from the In fact due to a schedule clash we back-to-back over the mountains in the Coupe and a performance-oriented Japanese and it was the steering feel which was apart between the two.

town the turbo-diesel and seven-speed were nicely matched for merging, but on a particularly bad morning run to the airport, we must confess start/stop would test the of the greenest greenie (clever and though that technology

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe

We’re being picky but we were surprised the reversing was on the options list and not standard fit in the C-Class Coupe C 250CDI. parking sensors, but even the Hyundai Accent (starts at has a camera.

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Verdict

‘Style’ with a ‘S’ that’s the Mercedes-Benz Coupe. Sure you get the ‘Benz driving dynamics plus technology and safety but the looks are sets the C-Class apart.

And the jaw-dropping exterior is matched with standout style and just the right sporty

We should also add, isn’t easing-up in its ‘bang-for-the-bucks’ and the all-new C-Class Coupe is value with a remarkable of standard features.

When the AMG of the Mercedes-Benz C- Class Coupe we think it’s going to be at first sightand if the Car Showroom grizzle about the lack of legroom on the drive to netball

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe The

Naturally it’s the BMW 3 Series Entry to the 3 Series Coupe is the turbo-diesel 320d, priced at but you’ll need $80,850 for the petrol-powered model (325i) its 2.5-litre V6 delivers 160kW/250Nm to the C250’s 1.8-litre, four-cylinder 150kW/310Nm.

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe

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