Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate Review
We have already taken a look at the Mercedes-Benz C-Class but today we review the Estate version of the car.
Being a Mercedes-Benz C-Class, you would expect it to get great. We take a look at the best features in which the car has to offer.
The boot space of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class is one of the best in it’s class. When the back seat folds down, the car has 1,500 litres of space. Four adults can sit in comfort with a great amount space inside the cabin. The fifth seat located right in the middle is perhaps only big enough for children. Nevertheless there will not be many complaints of space or comfort when sitting being taken for a drive.
Sitting inside the cabin
When sitting inside the vehicle it’s quite easy to feel as if you are in an expensive vehicle. All features are made of quality materials with a wonderful design. Passengers are well protected of road noise and loud engine noise. Overall the ride is luxurious and comfortable on almost every road surface.
The car has sophisticated safety kit which make it a very desirable family vehicle. Every model will have an agility control suspension system. This adapts the car to the conditions of the road. The Pre-Safe safety system anticipates collisions and will keep everyone as safe as possible within the car.
If it’s a luxury and comforting drive that you require, the SE and Elegance variants are the ones to go for. The suspension set up ensures that everyone sits in great comfort.
If it’s a faster and more aggressive ride that you are after, the Sport model is perhaps the one to go for. The suspension settings are a lot stiffer and lowered too.
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate has a great level of equipment. This includes alloy wheels, Bluetooth connectivity ability, electronically adjustable seats along with MP3 audio output.
The most common petrol variant comes with a choice of two supercharged 1.8 litre engines. Both of which are able to achieve 154 BHP or 182 BHP. The rest comprise of V6 2.5 (204 BHP), 3.0 (231 BHP) and 3.5 (272 BHP) litre engines. The diesel variants comprise of two variants of the 2.1 litre engine, which are able to reach either 134 BHP or 168 BHP. The other is a 3.0 litre diesel engine which is able to reach 221 BHP.