Revised Mercedes C Class



This will be out early next year.
The ‘new” on is the black one on top.
Not very new is it…

I guess that’s what they do….

Conversation 11 comments

  1. Not true Douch. I've got a 1 year old C300 4-Matic and love it. No problems at all, feels solid and secure. The interior is simple and intuitive…which is not as common as you think. Don't miss my TL at all…

  2. It's fine. Changes to the soft plastic bits are normal for any car in a mid-cycle refresh. Evolutionary updates will visually connect this car with the newer cars in the MB lineup.

  3. I like the current C-class. It's a typical MB bank vault. This update is subtle, but good. Changes to the soft plastic bits are normal for any car in a mid-cycle refresh. Evolutionary updates will visually connect this car with the newest cars in the MB lineup.

  4. i like the new LED running lights, or whatever function they serve. i know MB and i bet the other changes are just enough so that the parts numbers are different and the pieces won't quite fit the same holes…. just to be difficult (and to keep the expenses up).

    i still like the 'other' C class grille treatment, the more traditional looking one. this wider version should only be used with sportscars like the SL and SLK, in my opinion. that's the way it 'was' and we liked it!

  5. Nice MMC.

    I have a 2002 C230K with 130,000 miles and the only problems I've had with it was the stereos amplifier and some sort of servo that failed under warranty.

    It has been nearly as reliable as my '97 CR-V with 270,000 miles that I still have for winter and longer trips, I refuse to get rid of that car Vince! hahah

  6. " I've got a 1 year old C300 4-Matic and love it. No problems at all, feels solid and secure."

    Great. Remember not to keep it beyond its warranty, otherwise it is going to cost you a pretty penny, and you know you are…. pinching it.

  7. Designs and quality are much better than what they used to be. But, they are no better than HONDA, TOYOTA, etc. With the discount disappearing, Hyundai needs to be careful to continue pricing its cars lower than those guys.

  8. Definitely no "badge-engineering" at Mercedes. In fact, there's barely any engineering at all! Good thing AMG is there to fill in the inadequicies.

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