There hasn't been a two-door Mercedes-Benz C-Class in the US since that Sportcoupé hatchback that went away in 2005. Now, the two door base Benz is back, and it bodes well for what's to come. Or enjoy it as is.
At last, the four-cylinder diesel C-Class we crave will be here 2012ish. GLK, too. [CarandDriver.com]
All of us here are big fans of the Mercedes-Benz C63, so the idea of a restyled C-Class for 2012 stomps on our power-of-suggestion center. But hold your horses, gents, we have to check in with the lesser models first.
Those darn internets have done it again. The forthcoming Mercedes C-Class refresh has been accidentally and unceremoniously revealed by Mercedes UK's online car configurator. The changes include a tweaked front fascia, new wheels and Porsche-like lower running lights. Gallery below.
No, that's not Darth Vader. Nope, it's the Brabus Bullit Black Arrow and trust us, it's got more in common with Vader than the Mustang variant with the same name. We showed you the new Brabus-built C-Class first back at the Frankfurt Auto Show a couple months ago, but now the Deutsch tuners of all things Daimler have…
It wasn't that long ago when you could buy a four-banger C-Class here in the American market, but now with the current lineup, a V6 C-Class is the base model. Of course, fuel economy is all the rage these days. According to the Line that is not Outside, Mercedes is taking that to heart and is considering a…