Coup d’Oeil: 2017 Mercedes-Benz C300 Coupe 4MATIC Tested


The two-door Mercedes-Benz C-class now wears a form-fitting dress that emphasizes its curves in all the right places, which means it now closely resembles the bigger and far pricier S-class coupe. When it introduced this new model for 2017, Mercedes emphasized that its lowered roof and seating position make it more of a “driver’s car” than its predecessor, which was pretty much just a two-door version of the sedan in terms of looks and driving character. While we’ve found the “driver’s car” label to ring true for the AMG-badged C63 and C43 models, what of the lowest on the totem pole—the Mercedes-Benz C300? It has the style to warrant our listing it among the most beautiful cars on the market today, and it starts at $43,575, well below the AMG versions that can cost more than twice as much. The example tested here was equipped with 4MATIC all-wheel drive, making it more suitable for year-round use than the rear-drive model we previously tested. READ MORE ››

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