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Follow - Up: I have driven this for about 18 Months, 14K miles (It is not a lot since I live where close to work). This car still feels and drives like it just rolled of the dealer parking lot first time. I did come across a minor annoyance - Push-button to turn front dome light on/off is right next to the dome light. You can easily turn it on, but to turn it off, you have to try harder because the light blinds you out and makes it very hard to find the right button to push. May be move the switch to the dashboard with next update?Report it
Let's see if this disappears or not. But here are the cons for 2011 C300 4Matic Luxury: All interior electronics is dated - very old. Feels like 2006. A lot has changed since 2006 but this model still keeps them since it was refreshed in 2006. Here is the list: 1) still needs to keyfob to be plugged in. It should have on/off button for this price. 2) LCD is very low resolution. Just about enough to work with radio. Watching DVD from front seats is not much fun. It should probably have a remote too. 3) No touch screen on LCD! It takes forever to punch in a complex address or search POIs in navigation. I prefer to use my compact Magellan instead. 4) LCD inside odometer is very low resolution too. I feel like driving a 1972 star wars machine because of that low resolution single color dot Metrics display.Report it
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