Benz C-class is installed with turbocharged engine with lower oil consumption
The C-Class Coupe is Mercedes-Benz’s offering in the entry-level premium-coupe segment. Based heavily on the C-Class Sedan, with which it shares a platform, interior and engine options, the Coupe is more understated and luxury-focused than its competitors. car diagnostic tool
The C-Class Coupe features a 1.5-inch lower roof than the sedan, along with an aggressive front fascia with inset LED lamps. Traditional coupe styling cues include a short front overhang, long hood and steeply raked windshield. Unfortunately, in an attempt to deviate from BMW’s traditional “Hoffmeister kink” rear window styling, the roofline and inner C-pillar ended up resembling a Honda Accord Coupe.
All C-Class models boast Agility Control, which provides the benefits of both soft and stiff shock absorbers. Each twin-tube shock absorber is fitted with a hydraulic by-pass piston that acts like a very soft shock absorber to effectively dampen road noise and tire vibration. However, over bumpy or uneven roads, the by-pass piston is out of the picture, which preserves the improved steering and handling response of a stiffer shock absorber.
Mercedes-Benz continues to sell the C Class in two main trim lines, Luxury and Sport, which get a number of details that can give them a dramatically different look. If you’re unsure between these two lines, choose first by appearance, as within the basic feature set of each you can otherwise pick and choose options to build whatever you want. Standard equipment even on the base C250 includes dual-zone automatic climate control; Bluetooth hands-free calling; Bluetooth audio streaming; cruise control, a HomeLink universal garage-door opener; and a power tilt/sliding sunroof.
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