I have compared the 2015 C300 to the 2014 C250. I have compared the 2015 C300 to the 2015 S550 and now, here is the 2015 C300 Sport trim vs the C300 Luxury Trim! (There is also a Sport Package available for the C300 that changes the look of the bumpers. I am sure I’ll get to that soon.)
Ask and ye shall receive! I recently posted about the new colors available on the G-Wagen for 2015 and specifically mentioned wanting to see it in Paprika if it was ever built. Turns out there is already a Paprika G63 AMG in the world! It was exhibited at Pebble Beach and the designo Product Manager was nice enough to send me a picture! Enjoy!
The Build Your Own section and MBUSA.com is now live for the C300 and C400. This is a great tool for seeing what options are available, what features are in each package and how expensive you can make it! It’s easy to pare it back down but go ahead and see what your dream C-Class would look like!
I posted pictures of the 2015 C300 next to the 2014 C250 as a photo comparison and the most common comment was “Wow! Looks like and S-Class!” So, here are pictures of the 2015 C300 next to the 2015 S550! They aren’t twins but they are certainly in the same family!
What do you think? $100,000 worth of V8 luxury or two $50,000 sport sedans? Same price!
The 2015 Mercedes-Benz C300 4Matic arrived at the dealership yesterday! This is our demo model and will always be here for test drives. Of course, everyone says “what’s the difference?” So, here is a side-by side comparison for you visual people. I’ll expect to see the kinesthetic folks at the dealership soon for some hands on experience!
There you go! Just a few differences! Come take a look. They should be officially for sale by the end of the month!
“…the C-Class has transformed from a formidable German competitor in a fierce segment into a true juggernaut that makes a convincing bid for the company’s “The Best or Nothing” tagline.”
“This isn’t just best-in-class stuff – this is one of the nicest luxury car interiors you’re likely to find, full stop. It bests everything currently on offer in the entire Mercedes-Benz portfolio short of the S-Class, and offers a more premium, luxurious experience than a vast majority of more expensive offerings from German rivals.”
“A word about COMAND here: Not everyone will like the tablet-like floating mount of the seven-inch display (we’ve heard you readers grouse about similar installations in other cars), but we think it’s gorgeous, plus it packs excellent graphics and a really modern design.”
“…we’d go so far to say that the C has some of the crispest, most rewarding steering in the class. Anyone who came away disappointed by the electronic power-assisted helm in the BMW 3 Series would do well to try this setup.”
“It’s not just the best C-Class ever, it’s one of Stuttgart’s most fantastically conceived products yet.”
“Simply put, the new C300 and C400 are gorgeous cars from any angle.”
“In keeping with the new car’s status in the fleet, it’s grown 4 inches in total length, three of which are in the wheelbase and two of which go directly to rear legroom.”
“Domestic production helps Mercedes control costs, and if our experience with a long-term GL350 is any indicator, build quality should be outstanding.”
“Defining a target market is one thing; nailing the product is another challenge entirely, but Mercedes has done it. The C-class deserves to remain the brand’s best-selling sedan, and we predict it’ll do as much to attract new buyers as the CLA which came before.”