2016, 2017 Mercedes C class, C200 VS C300:
Consider the C-class as all that Mercedes knows about full-size luxury, distilled into a smaller package. As a coupe, it offers a 201-hp turbo four-cylinder or a 302-hp V-6 and rear-wheel drive; as a sedan, it can be had with a 241-hp turbo four or a 329-hp twin-turbo V-6. For more sport, there’s the C450 AMG with 362 hp. All feature a seven-speed automatic. The sedans have all-wheel drive; a rear-drive sedan with the 241-hp engine is available. A plug-in hybrid and a diesel go on sale in 2016, 2017.
Fret not over this C’s lack of a V-8. A new twin-turbo direct-injected 3.0-liter V-6 cranks out enough energy—362 horsepower, 384 pound-feet of torque—for the C450 to run with or past competitors such as the Audi S4, BMW 340i, Cadillac ATS, and Jaguar XE S. Aided by standard four-wheel drive, it bolts to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds and through the quarter in 13.1, just a few tenths of a second behind the 503-hp C63 S. Living with only a six-pack under the hood benefits mileage and chassis balance and drops the base price to $51,725—within reach of middle management. Car rent in Phuket http://thai-sale.com/car-rent/ #cars #auto #moto
2016, 2017 Mercedes C class, C200 VS C300
|Published:||25 January 2016|