2011 New C-Class – Wild card in the infested seas

2011 New C-Class – Wild card in the infested seas

The Small Executive and Estate market was dominated by BMW 3 series in the Past. Since Mercedes-Benz introduced the new C-Class in 2007 (W204), the market has changed.

Now with the New 2011 C-Class, Mercedes up the ante, bringing the luxury from the E-Class into this model and you, the buyer has been given an even more difficult choice.

New Features like; Attention Assist, Active Bonnet, Intelligent Light System, Blind Spot Assist, Speed Limit Assist. Have all be cramped into the package, but if you can make sense from all that, you should be working in a science lab.

For the driver, they have not forgotten what matter to us the most, the old 5 speed auto, has been replaced with a 7G-Tronic Gearbox, the power delivery is way more urgent and usable over the whole rev range, it just feels years again from the old model.

C250 – 1.8L V6

Power Output – 204hp

0-100mk/h – 7.4 seconds

It’s not rapid, but for sure not sluggish. This power is very practical for daily use, and with the huge fuel bills considered, a very practical choice too.

The center cluster, used to be a Black and White LED display, it’s been replaced with a beautiful full color LCD display. The new interior is more refined and you can feel quality from the improved material. New dash layout makes you feel like you’re in a sports car. When you really drive this car, feel the clock turn backwards 10 years, embody yourself back as an driving enthusiast challenging corner after corner in great comfort and confidence.

The chassis is very German, the ride is supple and sure footed. The noise level has been superbly suppressed, still gives you a high level of driving feedback.

When you arrive, your head keeps turning back, partly to the driving enjoyment from your trip, and the superb new styling of the exterior. New LED daylight with the awesome front grille, redesigned front head lamps and the aggressive looks, stands above the rest

Make sure you spare more time on the next appointment, because you might have spent that time enjoying this New C-Class.

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