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  • Mercedes-Benz C-Class (W203)


    The Mercedes-Benz C-Class (W203) is an automobile which was produced by German manufacturer Mercedes-Benz from July 2000 to December 2006. It was the second C-Class model from Mercedes-Benz.

  • Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class


    The Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class is a series of subcompact executive cars manufactured by Mercedes-Benz since 2013. The first generation (C117) was a four-door fastback coupé based on the platform of the Mercedes-Benz W176 A-Class and W246 B-Class compact cars. In 2015, Mercedes-Benz expanded the CLA family to include the Shooting Brake, a station wagon configuration. The CLA is Mercedes' first ever front-wheel drive three-box saloon car. The CLA first went on sale in Europe in April 2013, and was subsequently introduced in the United States in September 2013. Its largest markets are Western Europe and the United States. Global cumulative CLA sales reached 100,000 during its first year, cited as "our best launch in 20 years" by Mercedes-Benz. The CLA range is positioned above the A-Class but below the C-Class in the Mercedes model range, and models tend to be less practical than the A-Class it is based on.

  • Mercedes-Benz C-Class (W204)


    The Mercedes-Benz C-Class (W204) is a range of compact executive cars which were produced by the German automaker Mercedes-Benz from 2007 (as a 2008 model) to 2014. It was the successor to the W203 and was eventually replaced by the W205 in 2014, though W204 coupes were still produced for the 2015 model year. The W204 was produced in sedan (saloon), station wagon (estate), and coupé versions. The coupé was released in 2011 alongside the facelifted W204 sedan and station wagon. The majority of C-Class versions have rear wheel drive (RWD) but some models are available with all-wheel drive (AWD). The Mercedes E-Class coupe (C207) also uses the W204 platform. Early models include the C 200 Kompressor, the C 230, the C 280, the C 350, the C 220 CDI, and the C 320 CDI. The C 180 Kompressor, C 230, and C 200 CDI were available at the beginning of August 2007. Unlike the previous generations, the W204 station wagon was not sold in North America. The W204 experienced enormous success in the market. It is the second best-selling compact executive car in Canada and the United States, after the E90 BMW 3 Series. and is the most popular mid-priced sedan in Mexico. In 2012, the W204 C-Class was featured in the Top 10 Best Selling Cars in Britain with over 37,261 sales, a first for Mercedes-Benz, although just behind its rival, the BMW 3 Series at 44,521 sales. Mercedes-Benz sold over 2.4 million W204 vehicles worldwide, and it was the brand's best selling vehicle.

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