4Matic All-Wheel-Drive, Panoramic Sunroof, COMAND® Navigation with 8.4″ high-resolution color screen, Rearview Camera, Burmester® Premium Sound System, Heated Front Seats, Blind Spot Assist, Power Tilt & Telescopic Steering Wheel, Bluetooth, Airmatic Air Suspension, 17” Alloy Wheels, 2.0L Direct Injection Turbocharged I-4, 7-speed Automatic Transmission and Shift Paddles, Pallidium Silver w/Stone MB Tex Leather Seats, ONE-OWNER, Balance of Factory Warranty and ONLY 39,400 kms
With striking style, a luxurious interior and high-tech safety and driver assistance features, the 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class is one of the best cars you can buy among small sport-luxury sedans. A little longer and a lot lighter, the redesigned 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan furthers its successful formula with a new four -cylinder engines, world-class interior refinement and safety features that lead the segment.
The latest edition of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan is winning over drivers with its combination of performance, comfort, and style. But I was most impressed by the luxury ride’s safety features. Standard electronic perks include a driver-drowsiness monitor, a collision-prevention braking system (which uses radar technology to detect vehicles or stationary objects in one’s path), blind-spot alerts, and even a “crosswinds-assist” to help detect the effects of strong side-winds on handling.
Showfloor update: No more playing in the minors; the C-Class is now big league as it moves upmarket. We sat inside the new C-Class and were blown away by the interior, which was adorned with wood trim and intricate stitching on the dashboard. Those complaining that the touchscreen was just slapped onto the center stack will find that it’s actually an awesome design since the screen is pretty much at eye level, meaning it’ll be much easier to toggle through when you’re driving. With a wheelbase that’s been stretched about three inches more than the outgoing model, journalists sat comfortably inside, while playing with the new COMAND system was fairly easy to use with the standard touchpad that hovers above the knob.
About 50 percent of the 2015 C’s body is constructed of aluminum, compared to just 10 percent in the outgoing model. As a result, the body is 154 pounds lighter and Benz claims overall curb weight has gone down by about 220 pounds. Not only should the lighter curb weight help with performance, but so should the optional Airmatic air suspension. It’s the first time Airmatic has been offered in the C — Benz claims it’s a segment first — and the system will allow drivers to choose from a number of Agility Select modes such as Comfort, ECO, Sport, and Sport+.
Multiple modes: The new AGILITY SELECT® system can alter the car’s performance character with the flick of one button on the console. Any of five programs can be selected: ECO, Comfort, Sport, Sport+, and Individual —which you can set up à la carte. Each program includes specific settings for the shift points, throttle response and steering effort, as well as the ECO Start/Stop system and climate-control efficiency. It also varies the AIRMATIC® suspension on models so equipped. Sporty shifting. A versatile 7-speed automatic transmission features an intuitive electronic selector and shift paddles—all fingertip-close without taking a hand from the steering wheel. At any time, a tap of the paddles offers instant manual control of gear changes. Fully automatic shifting resumes after a few moments—but if you’re taking a corner or you downshifted to hold your speed on a hill, it’ll stay manual until you’re done.
(Winner 2015 Best Upscale Small Car for Families – Is the 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class a Good Used Car?
The 2015 C-Class is an excellent used car, whether you choose a four-seat coupe or a five-seat sedan. It has one of the chicest cabins in the class, excellent safety and reliability scores, and comfortable and confident performance.)
Baby BENZ is clearly grown up!