Mercedes C Coupe is kinda the underdog in Mercedes range. It took over from the late CLK-Class, to be a sort of half sport-half luxury coupe with a more affordable price than the E Coupe and the high-end CL. The thing is, if you want a C-Class, you go and get the sedan. Why buy a two-door version that is less practical. And if you want a sports coupe, you go and get a two-door 3-Series because that is the best choice, period. But you might be interested in one of this car’s siblings, the C63 AMG and the C63 AMG Black.
Here’s a little beauty footage trailer thing showcasing the C Coupe’s design features:
There is a choice of three petrol engines and two diesel powerplants to power the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupé. All are equipped with direct injection and the ECO start/stop function as standard. All the engine variants are classed as BlueEFFICIENCY units, showing that they are particularly efficient and environmentally friendly in their use of fuel. All automatic versions feature the further-enhanced 7G?TRONIC PLUS seven-speed automatic transmission (standard with the C 250 and C 350 petrol engines). The C 220 CDI and C 250 CDI diesel variants and the basic C 180 petrol engine come with a six-speed manual transmission as standard.