Mercedes-Benz has a massive proving ground that challenges car safety with crash and torture tests, dummies walking on fake streets and computer modeling to make sure we're as safe inside their products as in a nuclear bunker.
The 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class will go on sale in the U.S. in September with the starting price of $40,400 for the all-wheel drive, turbo four-powered C300. The rear-wheel drive version goes on sale early next year at the slightly cheaper price of $38,400. If you need twin-turbo V6 power, the C400 will cost $48,590.…
Last year I said that the 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class was the best-looking C-Class ever made. That was before I saw the wagon. I stand corrected — this is the best-looking C-Class ever made.
The 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class scored the maximum five stars on the Euro NCAP crash test not only because of its occupant or pedestrian protection qualities, but also thanks to its crash prevention systems. Which almost works perfectly. Almost.
The 2015 Mercedes C-Class is actually a great-looking car and it sounds like it finally has up-to-date engines to give its main rivals some competition. One thing, though, is really going to bother me every time I see the back of one: the chromed numbers after the C.
Ever since it replaced the beloved old 190, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class has been a perfectly competent entry-level luxury sedan. It's just never really been all that interesting to look at. That's about to change for good. Meet the 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class, which I think is hands down the best looking C ever made.
The new Mercedes-Benz CLA has certainly stolen some thunder from its big brother, the C-Class. It's cheaper, better looking and almost as large, even if it's front-wheel drive. That's going to change next year, though.