I actually never really considered
purchasing a Mercedes. They just seemed
like another overpriced brand name car
(such as BMW). After shopping for a new
Accord coupe (a comparably equipped one
will cost $22K), I decided to check out
the C-class coupe since it was in a
comparable price range. I love the car
after test driving it. It is by far the
most fun vehicle I've ever driven
that's under $30K.
Panarama moonroof, interior features
such as pop-up cup holder, premium Bose
sound system, onboard computer with
steering wheel controls, good
Rear exterior, auto transmission a
little sensitive at times
I LOVE this car. I was nearly killed
in an SUV after it flipped over, and
this car gives me all the perks and
safety of a Mercedes, as well as the
shlepping capacity of a small SUV! The
hatchback is phenomenal. It also has a
very light security cover that even a
5'2" woman can easily take off and on.
The rear seats also fold down
individually to create extra capacity!
The car handles phenomenally-- makes U-
turns with ease-- and has excellent
acceleration. It's a smaller car, but
not so small that you feel as if you're
going to be smushed like a bug.
Sunroof is nice to have. Radio has
Hatchback with rear seats that fold
down for extra capacity + great
acceleration and handling.
You need an engineering degree to read
the dashboard and flip through it.
Light-colored seats have to be special-
ordered, which doesn't make sense with
a light-colored car, especially in
Texas, with 108-degree summers.
Nice car to drive, esp. if it is your
Rear Sun Shade, sunroof, On board
The cup holder can be improved. When
unfolded, the cup is at a higher level
leaving scope for the coffee cup to
tilt when taking turns. The cup level
should be lower near the center of
gravity of the car