2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Redesign, Release, Changes

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2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet Spy Shots

2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet was introduced to the automotive industry on the eve of the International Motor Show held in Geneva, together with several amazing luxury sedans. The open-top model of the latest generation C-Class is the latest accumulation in the lineup of dream cars of the German auto manufacturer. The 2017 model C-class Cabriolet will be released with two trim levels, such as the Mercedes-AMG C43 and the Mercedes C300, and both will be powered by different engines.

Both models will be offered with the rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive system. These models will feature a cloth soft top, which was used on the S-Class Cabriolet that uses manifold layers of sound material for a silent ride. The top can be lifted or lowered in just 20 seconds, and the top is capable of closing by electronic means even at the velocity of 30 mph.

2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Price

Pricing for the new 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class has been set at $42,000 – $53,000 based on current exchange rates. If there are changes on the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class we will notify you as soon as possible, so keep follow our blog.

2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet Sedan

2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Specs

Occupants of both models can stay comfortable with the top down with standard interior features, such as a climate-control system and Airscarf neck-heating vents of Mercedes-Benz. The temperature-control system will blow warmer air into the hands of the driver when the top is lowered. Both models will be offered with an automated draft stopping system as an option.

The C43 Cabriolet comes outfitted with sports steering wheel and sports suspension, whereas an air suspension system will be offered as an option to the C300 model. The automaker would equip both models with a range of its active safety and connectivity features, counting a Driving Assistance package that lets the new Benz C-class Cabriolet steer and brake semi-independently.

The 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe is a 2-door coupe version of the recently redesigned Mercedes C-Class. It replaces the previous C-Class Coupe, which retained the outgoing model’s design as the C-Class Sedan was redesigned for the 2015 model year.

On the outside, the C-Class Coupe looks like a mixture of the C-Class Sedan in the front and the S-Class Coupe in back. While the outgoing model looked like a C-Class with two fewer doors, the new version offers a style of its own with a totally new rear end and a sporty, steeply raked window line and C-pillar.

Inside, the C-Class Coupe is exactly how you’d expect it to be, with virtually every design element borrowed from the C-Class Sedan. That’s not a bad thing though, as we like the C-Class’ interior, and we think it translates well to the coupe.

The new C-class coupe is a larger car than its predecessor, a move made as much for style as it is for interior space. Of the additional 3.1 inches between the wheels, 2.4 inches were inserted between the firewall and front axle. Compared with the car it replaces, the new C-class coupe appears more modern, more expressive, and more expensive. However attractive it is, the coupe isn’t as eye-catching as the C-class sedan from which it’s derived, at least to some of us. The two-door’s character line extends farther over the rear axle and remains flatter, so that the coupe doesn’t have the slinking, reverse-wedge profile that makes the four-door so distinctive.

As with the coupe and sedan, the buyers would get a plethora of technology features as an option. The infotainment system can be improved to an 8.4-inch non-touch-screen infotainment set up with the size of 8.4 inches, with Wi-Fi hotspot and navigation capability. Those with limited hands-off driving can choose the fantastic Distronic set of active safety tools of Mercedes, counting full-rapidity adaptive travel control, autonomous emergency braking and lane keep assist.

The C300 model of the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-class Cabriolet will be almost like its closed-top cousin in a perfunctory sense, but its folding soft crown, Airscarf neck-level heating setup and distinctive open-air qualities set it apart. On the other hand, the AMG C43 model comes adorned with the crown. The model wears a range of athletic styling elements that mock its improved performance, the most prominent is the AMG-precise wheels, unique badging and chrome trim.

2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet Specs

2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Engine

As 2017 C-class Cabriolet comes with two trim levels, it will have two engine options, one for each model. The Mercedes-AMG C43 model will be powered by a V6, twin-turbocharged engine with the displacement of 4.0 liters. This engine would offer the new vehicle the maximum power of 362 horsepower and a maximum torque of 479 lbs per foot. It comes with the all-wheel drive mode as standard. There are rumors that the C43 model will also be powered by a V8 engine to get the maximum power of 469 horsepower, but it is not yet confirmed by the automaker. This engine offers better acceleration to the model that makes it attain the 60 mph velocity from the stationary mode in 4 seconds and offer it the maximum velocity of 155 mph.

On the other hand, the Mercedes-AMG C300 comes equipped with an Inline-4 engine with the displacement of 2.0 liters. This 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet engine will be capable of generating the maximum power of 241 horsepower and a maximum torque of 273 lbs per foot. The model will be offered with a rear-wheel drive mode as standard and a four-wheel drive mode as an option. This engine offers better acceleration to this model that makes it attain the 60 mph velocity from the static mode in 6.3 seconds and offer it the maximum velocity of 155 mph. Both engines will be paired with the nine-velocity mechanical transmission.

A 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder pairs with either rear-wheel drive or 4MATIC all-wheel drive. Vibrations are restrained and the soundtrack is subdued and refined. But it doesn’t rev with much enthusiasm and feels slower than its rated 241 horsepower and 273 lb-ft of torque. Like its four-door sibling, we expect the C300 coupe to be a few tenths behind its quickest competition with a predicted zero-to-60 time of just over six seconds.

Although Mercedes hasn’t released specs on the U.S.-bound C-Class Coupe, we expect powertrain offerings to roughly mirror those of the sedan. As a result, expect a base-level C300 with a 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder, a midlevel C450 with a turbocharged V6 and a high-performance C63 AMG with a turbocharged V8. We also expect a choice between rear-wheel drive and 4MATIC all-wheel drive, along with a wide range of modern safety features and high-tech gadgets.

The C300 will launch in spring of 2016 with a seven-speed automatic, but that gearbox is merely a bandage until a new nine-speed unit replaces it a year later. The seven-speed transmission times its shifts smartly, yet during full-throttle kickdowns, gearchanges are slower than those of the eight-speed automatic BMW favors. We haven’t sampled the nine-speed in this car, so we can’t say whether the 2018-model-year C300 will cure that ailment.

Yet the four- and six-cylinder models still resemble each other more than they do the V-8–powered cars. Of the full-bore AMGs, we drove only the C63 S, and from the moment we fired it up and goosed the throttle to hear the lionlike roar of its sport exhaust it was obvious that this beast is unlike any other compact convertible from Mercedes or any other carmaker. The 4.0-liter V-8 paired with a seven-speed automatic is a well-known and proven combination in other AMG models including the C sedan and coupe. (Mercedes told us that it will offer a total of 48 AMG models lineup-wide by the end of 2016.) Here in the C63 cabrio, the twin-turbo V-8 makes 469 horsepower, and in the C63 S a stunning 503, rivaling most muscle-car engines for power density. Torque in the S is an equally impressive 516 lb-ft, a number that also speaks to the inherent solidity of the cabriolet’s structure, which somehow resists the engine’s efforts to twist it into a 4250-pound martini garnish.

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