2010 Mercedes-Benz C300Bam F - Sandy, UT07/27/2015
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.
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2013 Mercedes-Benz C300Dreci Vespa - Virginia Beach, VA10/31/2016
The car is a luxuriously smooth ride, with great get up and go. It's comfortable, has everything I need in it, minus 2 things. The doors do not auto lock if you forget to do so and drive. That is a safety feature I appreciated in previous cars. Also, if the sun is on your dash as you're driving and you cannot see your signal lights, you cannot tell that you have left them on. The clicking sound is very silent. I constantly continue driving with the signal light on, on a bright sunny day. Otherwise, this car would have been a 5 star for me.
Mercedes C300 is a great vehicle. Has all the features you would expect on a luxury car for a low price. I average 24 MPG with normal driving. The backseat is average in size. I would consider it to be larger than the A4 or BMW 3 series.
Overall I would highly recommend the C300 to anyone who is looking to break into the luxury market.
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