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Having been around for almost thirty years, the C-Class has become one of Mercedes' most cherished contributions. It was intended to bridge the gap between conservatively-sized hatchback and sizeable executive estate; two markets the manufacturer had effectively saturated over the course of previous years. Its shrewd, expertly-constructed design has proven approving across the whole of Europe and its long list of standard equipment and extra storage helps make it a steady winner with families requiring something a touch more powerful but without compromising comfort. Is this enhanced C-Class decent enough to conquer its competitors in the sales department? For Mercedes, only an affirmative will suffice! Former Audi lease clients teetering on the edge of change will like the super-advanced tech which includes intelligent headlamps, autonomous driving kit and more. Wavering BMW leasing potentials could well be lured in by this car's advanced petrol engine tech. So, both sets will appreciate the class-leadingly superior interior and the probable strikingly high lingering, added values.
The one possible pitfall? Mercedes still has work to do with this car to beat its rivals, first and foremost in the weight department. Otherwise, it's up to the competition to up their unique selling points.
The C-Class is a popular line of compact executive cars. In true Mercedes-Benz style, the brand has produced an absolutely whopping range of body styles and trims as follows:
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