Also, despite it being positioned as a five-seater, only two adults can realistically sit at the back. We get at least 33 mpg on every trip of any distance and average 29 combined driving. Official fuel economy of 37. Absolutely love the sun moon roof. The offers a seven-seat option, while the is exclusively a petrol-electric hybrid. Some of the interior tech is beginning to feel outdated, but a facelift next year should solve this problem. Really a fun car to drive.
Only the entry-level models come in below £40,000, so you can expect to pay £450 road tax for the first five years for any other version. Keyless entry, an electric tailgate, privacy glass, park assist with reversing camera, sat-nav and heated front seats are all fitted. The front buckets are comfortable with enough leg-, head- and shoulder room for two adults of above-average size. While models used to account for nearly half of all British new car sales, registrations are down by 29. We had to purchase the gps. This peppy mill revs freely without any lag, and gives out a raspy exhaust note when pushed.
Dropping the electronically controlled 60:40 rear seats will free up even more space for those occasional Ikea trips. Image 2 of 23 Diesel power comes from a 2. These include the , , , and. On paper at least, it fills a neat, emerging gap in the market, and out on the road it feels like a pretty convincing option. We follow our high school and college athletes everywhere, every week! It has been the perfect pre-retirement car. Pretty good in town mileage 24+ freeway 33+.
. Body roll is also kept well under check, even when you push it enthusiastically around a corner. All in all for an entry level Mercedes we really like it. We live in Texas and, as many know, Texas is really big with several highways. The suspension set-up is also pretty good with four modes, Eco, Comfort, Sport and Sport+, to choose from. These, combined with the short overhangs, and the stretched, sloping roofline, muscular shoulders, narrow tail lights that have taken cues from the S-Class and C-Class Coupés, and a prominent spoiler lip on the deck lid lend it a unique, aggressive yet elegant appearance. At least standard kit is generous.
Mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission, if shifts smoothly and builds up pace effortlessly. But what makes the Coupé different is obviously its styling. I feel the interior could be more plush. . . . .
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