Redesigned 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Gets Even Better
Cars.com is raving that the new 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class is “one hell of an appealing luxury car.” The review says that the redesigned C-Class sedan is “eminently more desirable than the car it replaces.”
The improvements begin on the outside: the “sinewy headlights and curvaceous lower grille” give the vehicle a shapely body. Inside, the roomy, comfortable cabin features real wood and metal, among other first-rate materials, providing “a level of quality you don’t often find in this class.” Modern tech updates include a new Mercedes Command system that has a 7” or 8.4” touch screen controlled by a rotary knob and new touchpad. Standard features include Bluetooth® phone and audio streaming, HD radio and USB/iPod integration, and an optional satellite radio and Burmester stereo package.
As for the driving experience, the extra power in this year’s 241-horsepower, turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine is “immediately noticeable,” and the car “handles better, too.”
Cars.com writes that “if luxury enthusiasts exist, the C-Class will get their trophy.” The new 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class will be arriving at Mercedes-Benz of Easton later this month, which is when you can stop by and decide what award you think the redesigned C-Class deserves.
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