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It's a great balance of luxury and power. You won't be racing people, but it has enough power to accelerate when needed. It has a very quiet cabin especially with windows closed. The suspension is super smooth; I felt like I was riding on clouds. My last car was a sporty 2005 BMW 330CI which was quite the opposite -- low ride, throaty engine, manual transmission, lots of problems after 125K. My Benz has little to no issues (<100K), automatic transmission (although I prefer manual), and quiet. It feels like smooth sailing on a placid pond.
First, this is my 3rd Mercedes-Benz C300 and I absolutely love these cars. Previously, I owned a 2008 and then went with a 2011. I took a break for a 3 years to see if a Honda Accord would work for me. While it worked well, I missed my Mercedes the whole time. You can tell the difference in build quality, ride quality, and fun factor. The AWD Mercedes is so nice and gives you such a great ride in the snow. I have never had any issues in the snow. The drivability of this car is wonderful, you will have a more refined driving experience, everything with a Mercedes is this way. You'll notice a difference in the smooth closing of a door to the smooth acceleration of the 7 speed automatic transmission. Overall, the C300 is a wonderful car
Just the brand name says it. It goes without saying the car is very well made. Handles like a dream and is absolutely fun to drive. For such a small vehicle I wish the gas mileage were a bit better. Updating and adding more ports and charging capability for devices would be good. Another improvement would be to allow the rear view camera to work when the radio is off. If it's not on, the camera won't display anything. That is useless to me as a driver. Also including the guide lines as in lesser quality cars would be great. the stereo system is excellent. This car is a blast to drive. I look forward to the daily work commute.