Updated Mercedes-Benz C-class was spotted testing in saloon and estate form, ahead of the expected launch of the lineup in 2017.
The latest sighting provides the first glimpse of the interior of the updated model, showing that he will get a new touchpad – which is very similar to the one posted on 2017 S-class, as well as a new steering wheel with controls. There is also a redesigned instrument panel and front-top offer here have also changed.
Outside, new led headlights similar to those on the new e-class, you see. A new bumper design also has some upgraded air intakes and a more swooping design around the grille. There are a few chrome elements along the side skirts and rear bumper, but aside from these tweaks the cosmetic changes are minimal.
E-class, the new 2.0-litre four-cylinder diesel engine will likely replace the current 2.1-liter diesel engine offered with the current model, but the turbocharged four-cylinder of this car Petrol unit will remain.
The updated C-Class sedan and wagon brother will have to face competition from the likes of Audi A4, BMW 3 series and Jaguar XE, but when they go on sale, but the new model won’t reach the UK until the end of 2017.
The redesigned model will likely command a slight premium compared to the previous C-class thanks to her changes, which will include an updated infotainment, possibly in the framework of a dual screen setup, like that Used E-class In higher-Spec models. The current C-Class sedan range starts from £27,665, so the price is closer to £28,000 plausible.