Mercedes-Benz offers the 2007 C-Class, which is only available as a sedan with many luxury and safety features. With a not-so-large rear seat and the usual cabin furnishings, the 2007 lineup includes C230, C280 and C350 sedans.
It has a low hood line, an arched roof line, and triangular taillights. Its design resembles that of the vehicles of six years ago and is comparable to the Audi A4, BMW 3 Series, Infiniti G35 and Lexus IS.
The 2007 Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan arrives as the C230 Sport, C280 Luxury, C350 Luxury and C350 Sport.
Standard on the C230 Sport are 17-inch wheels, a sport suspension, cloth sport seats and a CD player where fast types of music can be played to even add to the sporty image of the vehicle. The C280 Luxury has 16-inch wheels, a smoother suspension setting, power memory front seats for the driver, dual-zone automatic climate control with air filtration, genuine wood trim, and a more powerful engine. Equipped with similar parts to the C280 Luxury, the C350 Luxury uses a V6 engine. The C350 Sport, on the other hand, has a similar equipment to the C230; the only difference is that it has a larger engine and power front sport seats.
Features like full leather upholstery, HID xenon headlights, a navigation system, and a Harman Kardon Logic 7 audio system with a six-disc CD changer and satellite radio are optional on all C-Class sedans.
The legroom of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedans is not wide enough and the dashboard has a utilitarian look with adjustable vents. The trunk can hold 12 cubic feet of cargo.
Since Mercedes-Benz is famous for its safety features, it is impossible for C-Class vehicles not to have them. Antilock disc brakes, stability control and six airbags including front seat side airbags and side curtain airbags are standard. Rear seat side airbags and Tele Aid emergency call system are optional.
As proof of Benz’s reliable safety features, the 2007 Mercedes-Benz C-Class scored four out of five stars for protection of the driver and front passenger in frontal impacts, and five stars for protection against front and rear side impacts during testing. shock from the NHTSA. . The C-Class earned the highest rating, Well, from the IIHS for its performance in the 40 mph forward roll crash test; and obtained the second highest rating, Acceptable, in the side impact tests.
In terms of powertrains and performance, the Mercedes C-Class line uses three V6 engines. The C230 uses a 2.5-liter V6 that transcends 201 horsepower and 181 pound-feet of torque. The C280 has a 3.0-liter, 228-hp V6. The C350 has a 3.5-liter V6 good for 268 hp and 258 pound-feet of torque. A six-speed manual transmission is standard on the C230 and C350 Sport, and the seven-speed automatic is optional. Standard on the C280 and C350 Luxury is the automatic transmission. Meanwhile, all models are offered as rear wheel, but Luxury models can also be offered as 4Matic all-wheel drive. All 4Matic cars have a five-speed automatic transmission, and of course we can expect their Mercedes fuel filters to be top-of-the-line as well.
The C350 Sport, with manual transmission, is the fastest model of the four.