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New Mercedes-Benz C-Class Description
The face-lifted Mercedes-Benz C-Class is a drastic departure over its predecessor. The new L-shaped headlamps and SL-inspired new lenses add a touch of drama to the car’s front. The car now sports LED turn indicators and a strip that spans the entire width of the headlamp at the bottom. The new bumper borrows design cues from the E-class. The LED daytime running lights, sitting on a horizontal band, where the fog-lamps would normally be, look great. Look further on and you can see more bits borrowed straight from the E-class – the new, bigger rearview mirrors and the 17-inch tyres. The tail-lamps have been tweaked with LEDs too. It also features increased use of aluminium, saving 9.2kg on the bonnet and more on the front wings and the doors. On the C-class’ inside, Mercedes has opted for a more miniaturised E-class dash in place of the previous sturdy dash design. The LED screen on the dash is now of a higher resolution but controls only a handful of car settings like Bluetooth and music system. The C-class now gets a high-res LCD display which controls ESP and Park Assist functions. The car’s dimensions haven’t changed, so passenger space remains as good or as tight as before.
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Specifications
|Length x Width x Height (mm)||4591x1447x1552|
|Fuel tank capacity (lt)||66|