2010 Mercedes-Benz C-Class

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$33,600 - $57,350
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Engine Engine 3.5LV-6
MPG MPG 17 City / 25 Hwy
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2010 C-Class Overview

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is the most compact and least expensive of the brand's sedan offerings.Yet it's no less a Mercedes-Benz.You'll find everything you expect from Mercedes-Benz in a C-Class from safety features to predictable driving dynamics.

The C-Class Luxury grade does indeed feel like a small version of a traditional Mercedes four-door luxury sedan.For drivers who want something sportier, the Sport models provide that.Those want a street-legal racecar can order an AMG version.

The C-Class is a terrific driving experience; great driver feedback through the steering, rock-solid, and so stable it's very difficult to get into trouble, and delivering to the driver a superb grasp, both literally and figuratively, on what the car is doing.And it does this without taking away any of the refinement or comfort that makes driving one a fatigue-free process.

C-Class models are available with rear-wheel drive or 4MATIC four-wheel drive, the latter for improved active safety and winter weather capability.

The Mercedes-Benz C300 comes with a 228-hp 3.0-liter V6.The C350 comes with a 268-hp 3.5-liter V6.The racy C63 AMG features a 451-hp 6.2-liter V8.

Compared with Luxury models, Sport versions use wider rear tires and wheels, sit more than half an inch lower, use firmer suspension settings, and get a three-spoke steering wheel.Sport sedans use a different grille with the Mercedes-Benz ringed star in it as opposed to the Luxury with the star on the hood, and Sport models use AMG-style deeper front air dams, side skirts and rear aprons.AMG version are distinguished by unique styling cues.

The C-Class is not a big car, so tall drivers and business-people who routinely transport clients may find they need something bigger, such as an E-Class.But among its primary competition the C-Class is more than merely in the game; it's a real player.

For 2010, the C-Class offers a few new features.Standard equipment includes a new monitoring system that shows individual tire pressures.The outside mirrors are more aerodynamic and the steering wheel is wrapped in premium leather.The C300 Sport trim level also has new 17-inch five-spoke alloy wheels.A new option is a Dynamic Handling Package for Sport models that includes active damping suspension, faster, speed-sensitive steering, and 18-inch five-twin-spoke AMG alloy wheels; on those with the automatic transmission, this package includes steering-wheel-mounted shift paddles.In addition, for the first time on the C-Class, the Keyless-Go system is now available, which gives push-button starting.Other new options include a rear-view camera, four-way power lumbar adjustment, a tilting side mirror for parking, and a universal media interface.
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2010 C-Class Overview

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is the most compact and least expensive of the brand's sedan offerings.Yet it's no less a Mercedes-Benz.You'll find everything you expect from Mercedes-Benz in a C-Class from safety features to predictable driving dynamics.

The C-Class Luxury grade does indeed feel like a small version of a traditional Mercedes four-door luxury sedan.For drivers who want something sportier, the Sport models provide that.Those want a street-legal racecar can order an AMG version.

The C-Class is a terrific driving experience; great driver feedback through the steering, rock-solid, and so stable it's very difficult to get into trouble, and delivering to the driver a superb grasp, both literally and figuratively, on what the car is doing.And it does this without taking away any of the refinement or comfort that makes driving one a fatigue-free process.

C-Class models are available with rear-wheel drive or 4MATIC four-wheel drive, the latter for improved active safety and winter weather capability.

The Mercedes-Benz C300 comes with a 228-hp 3.0-liter V6.The C350 comes with a 268-hp 3.5-liter V6.The racy C63 AMG features a 451-hp 6.2-liter V8.

Compared with Luxury models, Sport versions use wider rear tires and wheels, sit more than half an inch lower, use firmer suspension settings, and get a three-spoke steering wheel.Sport sedans use a different grille with the Mercedes-Benz ringed star in it as opposed to the Luxury with the star on the hood, and Sport models use AMG-style deeper front air dams, side skirts and rear aprons.AMG version are distinguished by unique styling cues.

The C-Class is not a big car, so tall drivers and business-people who routinely transport clients may find they need something bigger, such as an E-Class.But among its primary competition the C-Class is more than merely in the game; it's a real player.

For 2010, the C-Class offers a few new features.Standard equipment includes a new monitoring system that shows individual tire pressures.The outside mirrors are more aerodynamic and the steering wheel is wrapped in premium leather.The C300 Sport trim level also has new 17-inch five-spoke alloy wheels.A new option is a Dynamic Handling Package for Sport models that includes active damping suspension, faster, speed-sensitive steering, and 18-inch five-twin-spoke AMG alloy wheels; on those with the automatic transmission, this package includes steering-wheel-mounted shift paddles.In addition, for the first time on the C-Class, the Keyless-Go system is now available, which gives push-button starting.Other new options include a rear-view camera, four-way power lumbar adjustment, a tilting side mirror for parking, and a universal media interface.Hide Full Review