Mercedes Shows Off New 2015 C-Class Estate [VIDEO]
May 22, 2014 19:20
Mercedes-Benz unveiled the new estate version of the C-Class. It builds on the sedan's styling language and adds a sporty-looking rear end with horizontal taillights united by a long chrome bar.
The new model is 96mm longer at 4,702mm, 40mm wider at 1,810mm and has an 80mm longer wheelbase at 2,840mm than the previous C-Class Estate.
The new model is up to 20 percent more fuel efficient than its predecessor and is available with the same range of engines as the sedan. Check out the video below and a couple of pictures in the gallery:
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