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201108 Jun

Mercedes have just announced a revised version of the strong-selling Mercedes C-Class saloon. The best-seller in Mercedes’ range worldwide, the current generation C-Class has already sold over a million units worldwide.
The face-lifted C-Class carries strong design cues from the latest CLS, evident in the re-profiled headlamps, and the interiors as well, notably the dashboard. The headlamps now have a prominent kink in them, while the air intakes on the grille and bumper have been widened, both to give the car a more aggressive stance.The bonnet is now made of aluminium, resulting in a significant weight saving.

Along with the revised styling, the latest iteration of the C-Class comes with Blue Efficiency technology across the range. Overall, the new C-Class is said to be up to 30 percent greener than its predecessor.
The C-Class in India currently comprises three variants – the C200 CGI petrol, C250 CDI Blue Efficiency and the C250 V6 petrol. Thus far, only the C250 V6 enjoyed the seven-speed 7G-Tronic gearbox, but now even the C250 CDI is poised to get the same gearbox, which will make for better performance, fuel efficiency and driving pleasure.
The new car has just gone on sale in Europe. Mercedes Benz India's Debashis Mitra has said that it might take until the end of the year before the new C-Class will go on sale here.

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