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Cycle & Carriage Industries
62981818
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Germany 

(launched 2022)

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C180 Avantgarde (A)
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$27,400 /yr 14.7km/L 168 bhp 9G-Tronic (A)
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C180 AMG Line (A)
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$28,100 /yr 14.7km/L 168 bhp 9G-Tronic (A)
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C200 Avantgarde (A)
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$29,900 /yr 14.7km/L 201 bhp 9G-Tronic (A)
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C200 AMG Line (A)
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$31,200 /yr 14.7km/L 201 bhp 9G-Tronic (A)
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Price updated 30-Jan-2023

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Saloon Mild Hybrid
4 stars - based on 7 reviews
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Car Review - Mercedes-Benz C-Class Saloon Mild Hybrid C180 Avantgarde (A)
The entry point to the Mercedes C-Class range offers high comfort and cabin insulation. Should you make it your pick of the range?
What We Dislike
Squishy brake pedal
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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4.0
 
7 Consumer Reviews

 
An exceptionally all-rounded car `
The new 2023 Mercedes Benz C-class seems like a totally different beast of a car. The looks of the S and E class combined, packaged with the compactness of the C-class and the practicality of a phenomenal saloon, finally allow it to enter the conversation for the best compact-executive saloon. The C-class has always been the budget S-class or a cheaper alternative to the executive class, as such a popular option for Singaporeans. However, it always falls short of the 3 series, outperforming it in every category and being a better bang for its buck. With this version, however, it might finally have a compelling case to fight the 3 series. The main argument for getting C class over 3 series is definitely the flashiness of the interior as compared to 3 series. It inherits the flashy yet intuitive 11.9-inch touchscreen from the S-class, making it seem more 'atas'. The spamming of ambient LED lights around the cabin, and the little features like red lights flashing when aircon temperature is increased really elevate the whole driving experience. It has a slightly longer wheelbase, just around 1.2 cm shorter than that of E class, making it sufficiently spacious for rear passengers, solving the issue of lack of space in previous generations. Boot space is acceptable at 455 litres, sufficient for daily use. The Exterior has shifted from boring E-class lookalike to a beautiful identity of its own, especially in AMG line. The aggressive side lines panning from front to end of the car, revamped face and rear of the car and impressive side profile really make the C-class make you go wow whenever you go past one. The 1.5 litre engine, regardless of engine trim, provides sufficient power and torque for daily driving. It is very responsive and sometimes sounds pretty good. Handling is typical for a comfort-biased car - light but surprisingly receptive enough and accurate, not too numb, an improvement from its predecessor. Ride quality is good, and soaks up bumps in the road well, which should be expected from such a car. Body-roll is not very bad due to a tauter suspension than its predecessor, but still inevitable for a comfort-biased set-up. Overall, the driving package is very appealing as it combines exceptional comfort with easy driving. In conclusion, if having a driver's car is not a priority to you, there is no reason not to get this car.
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A new take on the perfect compact executive sedan - C-class `
The new 2023 Mercedes Benz C-class seems like a totally different beast of a car. The looks of the S and E class combined, packaged with the compactness of the C-class and the practicality of a phenomenal saloon, finally allow it to enter the conversation for the best compact-executive saloon. The C-class has always been the budget S-class or a cheaper alternative to the executive class, as such a popular option for Singaporeans. However, this generation makes a case for the C-class to be its own rather than constantly viewed as just a substitute. The main argument for getting C class over 3 series is definitely the flashiness of the interior as compared to 3 series. It inherits the flashy yet intuitive 11.9-inch touchscreen from the S-class, making it seem more 'atas'. The spamming of ambient LED lights around the cabin, and the little features like red lights flashing when aircon temperature is increased really elevate the whole driving experience. It has a slightly longer wheelbase, just around 1.2 cm shorter than that of E class, making it sufficiently spacious for rear passengers, solving the issue of lack of space in previous generations. Boot space is acceptable at 455 litres, sufficient for daily use. The Exterior has shifted from boring E-class lookalike to a beautiful identity of its own, especially in AMG line. The aggressive side lines panning from front to end of the car, revamped face and rear of the car and impressive side profile really make the C-class make you go wow whenever you go past one. The efficient 1.5 litre engine, regardless of engine trim, provides sufficient power and torque for daily driving. It is very responsive and sometimes sounds pretty good. It is very efficient as a result of mild hybrid system and low drag coefficient. Handling is typical for a comfort-biased car - light but surprisingly receptive enough and accurate, not too numb, an improvement from its predecessor. Ride quality is phenomenal, and soaks up bumps in the road very well, almost as well as the E class. Body-roll is not very bad due to a tauter suspension than its predecessor, but still inevitable for a comfort-biased set-up. Overall, the driving package is very appealing as it combines exceptional comfort with easy driving. Overall, if you are not a driving enthusiast, the C-class might just be the better choice for a good compact executive sedan.
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A GREAT PACKAGE! `
Basically a small S Class. Interior is VERY premium and the built is GREAT! Extremely fuel efficient as well! Getting 700KM on full tank.
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Unparalleled `
Feels luxurious for a C-Class Fantastic ride quality. I wasn't expecting much for a C-Class but was blown away by the sound proofing, you won't even hear much road noise at 100km/hr. The W206 is beautiful both inside and out. Like Smooth, comfy ride Improved rear seats Modern looking both inside and out Solid performance, fantastic handling Dislike Expensive for it's class Many features at this price point will be available to other makes of cars but missing in the C-Class
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Topic Title Replies Last Action
2021 5th Generation Mercedes Benz C-Class (W206) 206 22-Aug-2022
2014 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 4246 02-Jan-2019
Mercedes C-Class Coupe first official photos 23 16-Oct-2011
Can C-Class rims fit into B-Class? 7 08-Sep-2011
2nd hand w203 c-class? 29 18-Aug-2011
Facelifted Merc C-class revealed 9 27-Jun-2011
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