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The interior of the C-Class is a radical departure from its predecessor, to say the least. The flowing lines of the dashboard with their round centre air vents are now the hallmark of the modern Merc.
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The interior of the C-Class is a radical departure from its predecessor, to say the least. The flowing lines of the dashboard with their round centre air vents are now the hallmark of the modern Merc.
BT_20141011_SEMERCEDES11CP6N_1312093.jpg
The interior of the C-Class is a radical departure from its predecessor, to say the least. The flowing lines of the dashboard with their round centre air vents are now the hallmark of the modern Merc.

C is for classic

The C180 may be the entry-level C-Class but it is still the classic Mercedes-Benz.
Oct 11, 2014 5:50 AM

THE new Mercedes-Benz C180 has the distinction of being Merc's cheapest rear-wheel-driven model but there is nothing dubious about that. This is because the latest C-Class is not only one of the most stylish small sedans on the market today, but it is also the epitome of the Mercedes marque.