What Is the Difference Between an EClass Mercedes Benz & a CClass?…

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The C-Class

In nearly its twentieth of production, the C-Class comes in models: the C-300 Luxury the C-300 Sport Sedan and the Sport Sedan. In addition to a and lowered suspension, the Sport offer race-inspired design throughout both the interior and of the vehicle.

The C-300 Sport and models both offer a V-6, producing 228 hp at 6,000 with 221 lb-ft of net torque 2,700 and 5,000 rpm. The Sport Sedan is equipped a 3.5-liter V-6, producing 268 hp at rpm, with 258 lb-ft of net at 2,400 to 5,000 rpm.

Each of these C-Class offer a 7-speed automatic while a 6-speed manual is exclusively on the C-300 Sport. A drive option is available on the C-300 Sport and Luxury

All three of the C-Class sedans a 108.7-inch wheelbase and measure inches in length, 56.9 in height and 79.5 inches in (including the mirrors).

The 2011 Sedan and Wagon

The E-Class has for more than 60 years and has through eight iterations.The family consists of six models: the Sedan, the E-350 BlueTEC the E-350 4Matic Wagon, the Sedan, the E-350 Coupe and and the E-550 Coupe and Cabriolet.

The three sedans (E-350, BlueTEC, and E-550) and the wagon are available in a sport or luxury the most notable difference in the sport-tuned or comfort-tuned suspension

The E-350 Sedan has a 3.5-liter producing 268 hp at 6,000 rpm, 258 lb-ft of net torque between and 5,000 rpm. The E-350 Sedan has a 3.0-liter diesel producing 210 hp at 3,800 rpm, 400 lb-ft of net torque between and 2,400 rpm. The E-350 Wagon has a 3.5-liter V-6, 268 hp at 6,000 rpm, with 258 net torque between 2,400 and rpm. The E-550 Sedan has a V-8, producing 382 hp at 6,000 with 391 lb-ft net torque 2,800 and 4,800 rpm.


Each of these models equipped with a 7-speed transmission. The E-350 Sedan and feature the option of rear-wheel or drive, while the diesel and wagon come only in drive and four-wheel drive

Mercedes-Benz C-Class

Each sedan has a 113.2-inch and measures 191.7 inches in 57.9 inches in height and inches in width (including the The wagon has the same wheelbase and as the sedan but is exactly one inch and one inch higher (when the rack is included).

The 2011 E-Class Coupe and

The E-Class has two coupe/cabriolet models. The coupe and cabriolet has the same as its sedan counterpart, while the coupe and cabriolet feature a V-8, producing 382 hp at 6,000 with 391 lb-ft of net torque 2,800 and 4,800 rpm. models come with a transmission with optional paddle shifters. The E-550 has a advanced sport-tuned suspension than its E-350 counterpart.

The E-Class coupes and cabriolets a shorter wheelbase than the E but match exactly that of the models: 108.7 inches. The and cabriolet measure in at 185 inches in 54.8 inches in height cabriolet is .2 inches higher its top up) and 79.3 inches in width.

and Fuel Mileage

C-Class at $33,990 and gets 18/25 mpg the E-Class starts at $49,400 and roughly 17/24 mpg, as of

Both the E-Class and C-Class have premium, race-track-inspired AMG that provide the best of the in terms of power, performance and

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

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