2020 Mercedes-Benz C Class Review, Ratings, Specs, Prices, and Photos - The Car Connection

The C-Class line starts with the 255-horsepower C300, available in coupe, convertible, and sedan forms, with rear- or all-wheel drive. For most buyers, a C300 is plenty of car, with excellent acceleration, slick responses from its 9-speed automatic transmission, and wonderful chassis tuning. The C43 uses a 385-hp twin-turbo V-6, enough to convince most drivers and passengers that it’s a proper AMG. The C63 is for proper hooligans, and we love nearly everything about it. Performance is a good reason to buy the C-Class, but styling is a close second. The sedans channel vintage Benz lines while tying in the larger E- and S-Class models. The most popular car, and the one that’s the star of all those lease special ads you’ve heard on the radio, is the 255-hp C300. Its 2. 0-liter turbo-4 shuttles power to the rear or all four wheels through a slick 9-speed automatic transmission... Most C-Classes are equipped with all-wheel drive, though warm-weather states will find plenty of rear-wheel-drive C300s for sale. Mercedes leaves its A-Class and CLA-Class to woo entry-level luxury buyers, which has allowed the automaker to upgrade its C-Class’ inner trappings. Source: The Car Connection