Will Mercedes-Benz finally get to steal the BMW market with its new sedan? Perhaps 2015 might be their year. The classic car company has recently released some news on its entry level sedan, the 2015 C-Class and it looks promising.
Check it out here:
- Mercedes has the CLA-Class – a slick little front-drive sedan that creates a new bottom end for the brand here in the United States, effectively taking those entry-level duties off of the C-Class’ plate.
- Mercedes will initially offer two engine choices in the US when the C-Class launches this September. On the low end, there’s a 2.0-liter turbocharged inline-four in the rear- and all-wheel-drive C300 models (the RWD C300 arrives early next year), and the C400, which is only available with all-wheel drive, uses a new, twin-turbo 3.0-liter V6 – an engine that will quickly spread to other models in the company’s portfolio.
- Diesel and hybrid variants are forthcoming, so we’re told, as is the next-generation AMG model, which is expected to use the new 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 heading into the AMG-GT Coupe.
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