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Only aesthetic alterations have been made to the redesigned C-Class, which include a new front grille and bumpers.
Stylistically, it has a V-shaped grille, bolder headlights, and LED daytime running lights in the lower valance that add character to the face.
Instead of the usual dual-louvred grille, the diamond radiator grille with chrome pins is now available. With wider intakes and a sporty bumper lip, the bumpers take on an AMG-like look.
The headlamp signature has been updated, but if you upgrade to Mercedes' LED High-Performance headlights, you'll receive numerous LEDs with subtle DRL in between that look just amazing.
A C-shaped strip with a cluster of LEDs is fitted inside the taillights, giving them a new look.
The car rides on freshly designed alloy wheels in sizes ranging from 16 to 18 inches. The dimensions of 4686x1810x1442 mm remain the same.
The fundamental cabin layout remains unchanged on the interior, although there are a few minor tweaks to keep things looking new. For example, the dashboard material has been updated, and the steering wheel controls have been updated. The centre-mounted screen has been upgraded to a 10.25-inch display.
Smartphone integration is also available on the infotainment screen. There are a total of 64 shades in the ambient lighting. Additionally, the upholstery might be black, beige, brown, or a combination of the two.
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Mercedes-Benz has revamped the CL-Class in India with a mid-life update. The executive sedan's appearance has been updated, and the engine options have been changed.
It also has 2 Petrol Engines on offer. The Petrol engine comes in 5461 cc and 5513 cc variants. Both are available with automatic transmission. The mileage revolves from 11.5 to 12.0 kmpl depending on the variant and fuel type. The ground clearance is 12954 mm. The 4-seater 8-cylinder car has a length of 5065 mm, the width of 1871 mm and a wheelbase of 2955 mm.
The CL-Class is available in three trim levels, each powered by a smaller diesel engine with two tuning options. Mercedes-Benz offers only one diesel engine in the new C-Class, which also powers the redesigned E-Class. C220d and C300d are two versions of the 2.0-litre four-cylinder turbo diesel. The former produces 194bhp at 3800rpm, while the latter delivers 245bhp and 370Nm. The 9G-Tronic transmission, which replaces the earlier 7G-Tronic, is standard on all C-Class models and sends power to the rear wheels only.
The 220d Prime is priced at Rs 40 lakhs, the C220d Progressive is priced at Rs 44.5 lakhs, and the C300d AMG Line is priced at Rs 48.5 lakhs. The pricing has remained unchanged from the previous model, and the C-Class continues to compete with arch-rivals such as the BMW 3 Series and Audi A4 (both of which are due for an update). It also competes with the Jaguar XE and the Volvo S60.
Mercedes-Benz C-Class is available in 6 different colours - Polar White, Selenite Grey Metallic, Mojave Silver, Obsidian Black, Designo Hyacinth Red Metallic, and Cavansite Blue.
There are multi-contour seats which are perhaps the best in any new car.
Loads of onboard features are a tech-geek’s dream. Also, it makes the riding experience highly efficient and luxurious.
The ride is very smooth. It doesn’t let you feel the bumps on the road. At the same time, it doesn’t let you feel floaty either.
The rider will feel hefty and precise stability on the road due to its state of art build and precisive steering system.
Instrument panel design is pretty simple and elegant yet, it doesn’t let you feel outdated or something ancestral.
The fuel consumption is reduced due to its lower rolling resistance.
The tyre life is extended due to the less heat generation design of the tire.
Low lateral stiffness causes tyre sway to rise as the vehicle's speed increases, resulting in poor transport handling.
When you're overloaded or under-inflated, you're more vulnerable to abuse. The sidewall tends to swell, which can lead to puncture and damage.
A radial tyre's ply pattern helps it to follow a wheel track more consistently than a bias-ply tyre.
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It's only available in front-wheel drive or 4MATIC all-wheel drive with a front-drive bias.
They're exclusively available with boosted four-cylinder engines.
It's held up well over time, but as the Mercedes CL becomes older, it's becoming more difficult to justify in comparison to its premium rivals. The fact that it's priced at a point where a Bentley Continental GT is eminently accessible, making the Crewe machine infinitely more tempting as an ownership proposition, is tough to overlook. What it can't do, though, is transport four adults in comfort, something the CL excels at. Why you'd want to is another question, especially because you could do so in far more comfort - and for less money - in its saloon S-Class.
It's difficult not to be swayed by the AMG pairing's performance. The CL63 outperforms the CL 65 AMG, with its Biturbo 5.5-litre V8 delivering amazing performance - to the point where the CL 65 AMG appears to be a totally unnecessary luxury at over £50,000 more than its less cylindered sibling.
The interior design, in the end, is what brings the CL down a notch. There are simply too many shared parts with lesser Mercedes-Benz vehicles to make it feel unique - the cars it competes with were built largely without using parts from other Mercedes-Benz models. A credible and remarkable grand tourer, but its appeal dwindles as cheaper rivals offer comparable performance and comfort, while more expensive (or equally priced if you add the CL 65 AMG) high-end rivals from Bentley and Maserati certainly have more cachet. However, this car is a somewhat unusual proposition in the big coupe market, and it makes the most sense in CL 500 trim.
Body Type Coupe
Fuel Type Petrol
ARAI Mileage 12.0 kmpl
Seating Capacity 5