’s 2019 C-Class sedan will be making its world debut at Geneva Motor Show in March. The new model boasts more power and better mileage than the 2018 model. According to the German automaker, the new sedan is the first car of C-Class lined up to get an upgrade. They revealed that they are expecting to see other variants on the road such as C350e plug-in hybrid. The company also noted that the C-Class sedan will get some goodies from its larger and more expensive family members such as the redesigned E-Class and S-Class. The C-300 consists of a new 2.0L turbo four and is mated with a nine-speed automatic transmission. It also cranks out 255hp with a torque of 273lb-ft. Redesigned front and rear bumpers are just some of the major exterior changes done on the C300 to make it look more AMG-ish. The standard LED head lamps and tail lamps are also present. What’s more, it also boasts Intelligent Drive Assistance features introduced on the E-class along with a new steering wheel design with touch control buttons. To take the driver’s and the passengers’ infotainment to the next level, there is also an optional 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster display.
Other optional features included are heated and cooled front seats with a heated steering wheel along with a panorama roof and heads-up display.
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