Bought used in November 2015 - was a lease return from the dealership. Had 25K Miles on it. Sport model, 2 dr coupe. 1.8L turbo provides more than ample acceleration. More a touring car than anything. When inside, ride is smooth, quiet. When getting in and shutting doors, it feels "vault-like" - VERY solid, well sealed. Interior is understated, functional and beautiful. The Harman-Kardon stereo is GREAT! Love the exterior design of the coupe, very sexy, eye-catching. Excellent handing, smooth braking, even under stress. Best MPG I've been able to achieve is 28 on the freeway, average commute = 26.5 mpg, which is disappointing. Wish it was a 6 speed Manual, that would fit the muscular coupe vibe of the car better than the 7 speed auto, plus would boost the MPG a little. No Nav on the car - would think at the retail price it would be included....that's a negative...Overall though, I love the car, absolutely fun to drive and a great value the way I bought it. No regrets.
1/16/17 - update: I still enjoy the car immensely. It's a looker and 9,000 miles later it's still purring along. One little annoying thing is the sensored windshield wipers - I actually would prefer them be a bit more manually controlled regarding wiper intervals and speed...just a nit...still love the car!
Traded my 2012 C300 sedan for the 2014 coupe.
Very happy with that decision.
This car is a lot more fun to drive, better on gas, and downright beautiful. The seats are very comfortable for long trips.
For a coupe the ride is pretty decent.
Only slightly bumpier than the C Sedan.
In Sport mode it handles amazing!
I got all the same options the sedan had with the exception of the Media Package (w/navigation).
that was a BAD decision.
The Becker Map Pilot is a piece of crap.
My advice...spend the money on the Media Package.
Looking forward to owning this car for a long time.
Upgraded from an Infiniti G37x. A bit more money, about the same performance but everything else blows my infiniti away.
I got mine in black with the AMG package and it looks stunning. Get quite a few compliments. Being a techie, I love toys, and this car is chock full of them.
The build quality is amazing. Everything has a vault-like solidity to it.
Drives and handles great, I pretty much put it in "S" mode as soon as I start it off. Wish there was a way to leave that on permanently.
I bought my wife a certified 2012 C class sedan a couple of years ago and enjoyed driving it on trips occasionally. Also appreciated was the after sale service. I decided to get a coupe model for myself to prevent the B-pillar from blocking my side vision since I'm over 6 feet tall. My car is a 2014 certified C class 4matic coupe. The car was super clean and I passed 10,000 miles on my way home from picking it up. The car is comfortable in the front seats. The rear seats are for emergency rides only. The car is quiet, and pretty quick with the 3.5 liter V-6. The nav system is user friendly, the Harmon Kardon sound system with Sirius radio fills the car with great sound, and the panoramic roof gives great views. The sport seats are typically Mercedes Benz hard, but very supportive. The steering is a little vague, I don't know if its because of the 4 wheel drive system or the type of steering rack they use. My other car is a 2 seat sports coupe with the finest steering available on a passenger car in my opinion, so I don't tend to try and toss this car around too much. I've been calling this my adult car since I can actually carry luggage with me. This is a well engineered, well built, handsome automobile that I look forward to owning for some time.