New Upgraded Mercedes C-Class To Arrive In North America Next Year


Updated Trends: German automotive giant, Mercedes has done a facelift and upgraded the current C-Class, and has planned to launch the vehicle in the North American market by next year. This new model will be remaining in the market until the year 2013, as the next model replaces it completely. The company has stated that it has given more than 2000 updates to the C-Class this year, which also includes the new 3.5L V6 engine which Mercedes claims to provide 31% better fuel economy.

2011 Mercedes-Benz C300 4MATIC Sport Sedan

There are more than a million C-Class models in the world today since its launch in the year 2007, and this is the reason why the car is a very successful model in the world car market. The new C-Class can be distinguished by its new curvy headlamps, aluminium touch ups in the interior, plus a series of notches in the leather, and also the new LED tail lights with graphics.

The new and improved structure beneath the vehicle will be reducing the drag coefficient of the vehicle, and thus improving overall mileage. The C-Class will come with a 1.8L engine that pumps 201 BHP and the 3.5L M276 engine will bring out a massive 305BHP. There is adequate development in the safety features of the vehicle also.

Source: Autoweek