This is a nice car overall, but lacks some things that you might expect from a Mercedes. Most of all, I am underwhelmed by its performance. I traded in a 12-year-old BMW 3-series that was much more responsive than this car could ever dream to be. The C350 has a terrible "lag" between the time you hit the gas when you're at speed and the time it grabs hold and accelerates to a higher speed, something I didn't notice on the test drive.
Sound system is ok, but nothing special. Seats are comfortable, and lumbar support is a plus.
The navigation system is kind of a joke-- doesn't even give street names, just says "turn in 500 feet," etc. The video map isn't labeled with street names either.
The car has a really smooth ride, comfortable back seat, and is beautiful to look at. I will definitely keep it a few years, then trade it in for a BMW.
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