Mercedes-Benz has pulled back the curtains on the 2015 C-Class Estate in a press release issued today.
The new 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate has increased in size all around. Its wheelbase has increased 3.2 inches to a total of 112 inches, overall length has increased 3.8 inches to 185 inches and its width increased 1.6 inches to 71 inches.
Because of these added inches, there is more legroom and a larger load capacity of 53 cubic feet. Rear seating in the new C-Class Estate also now has a 40:20:20 split, instead of the 60:40 split found in its predecessor. This allows for the car to be used as a five-seater, four-seater, three-seater or two-seater.
Mercedes-Benz has a wide offering of engine options for with the new C-Class Estate. For starters, the C 300 BlueTEC HYBRID will come with a four-cylinder diesel engine that works in conjunction with an electric motor. Together, they create 231 hp (204 + 27 hp).
Three BlueDIRECT four-cylinder gas engines and one Blue DIRECT six-cylinder gas engine will also be available upon the car’s release. The power measurements for these engines range from 156 to 333 hp.
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Mercedes-Benz also stated in the press release that a four-cylinder C 350 HYBRID with plug-in technology will be available after the car is launched.
There is no price point for the 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, but it will go on sale this September.
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