Mercedes C-Class Coupe review - AutoExpress

This is the second-generation C-Class Coupe, and it has a more shapely look than the last model. From the nose to the back of the bonnet, the lines are similar to the C-Class saloon, but the low roof and pillarless doors give the C-Class Coupe an elegant profile. • Mercedes C-Class Coupe vs Audi A5. Mercedes offers the C-Class with a range of petrol and diesel engines. There's also a C 300, while the C 43 and C 63 are the top-performing AMG variants of the range, in terms of engine size, this comprises a 2. 0-litre turbo four with 184bhp or 245bhp, a 3. 0-litre V6 twin-turbo with 367bhp and a 4. 0-litre V8 twin... Unlike the saloon, there's currently no 'e' badged C-Class Coupe hybrid available. If you want 4MATIC four-wheel drive, it's available as an option on both diesels and the C 200 petrol, while the C 43 AMG model gets it as standard. Another omission from the C-Class Coupe range is SE trim. You can only get the two-door in higher spec Sport or AMG Line specs, while the C 43 and C 63 AMG models in their own right. Source: AutoExpress