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Mercedes C-Class to success

It is an enduring belief among lovers of Mercedes-Benz that stepping into any car wearing the three-pointed star badge should lower the driver’s heart rate by a couple of beats per minute, compared to the average car. Such has been the relaxing, calming and comfort-orientated qualities of the luxury brand’s interiors, especially the current C-Class.
The C-Class is clearly one of Mercedes-Benzs most popular passenger cars, having sold, as at last year, over eight million saloons and estates of this model series since it was first launched in 1982. But beyond interior qualities and sportiness, the new C-Class has other factors interplaying in its favour.
They range from aesthetic highpoints, like the distinctive and powerful front end of the car, sleek exterior bodywork and an attractive colorful scheme, to the use of high-quality materials, better performance and impressive fuel efficiency. Compared to its predecessors, the new C-Class engine is with lower CO2 emissions.
Mention must be made of the intelligent drive systems.  These intelligent systems actively support the C-Class driver and noticeably reduce his workload. They help to monitor and analyse the vehicles’ environment in order to warn and identify potential dangers. Other generous safety functions include the attention assist, adaptive brake control system and the blind spot assist to mention a few. All C-class models use the companys tried and true 7-speed automatic transmission.
Fuel consumption is greatly minimized due to the Blue EFFICIENCY function. This is responsible for shutting down the engine while the vehicle is stationary or in a red traffic light situation. Its powerful four cylinder engine also assures environmental compatibility and diligence as regards fuel consumption.
The new C-class has more legroom (due to the longer wheel base) unlike the slightly cramped feelings of rear seat passengers in the past, as well as bigger boot space (with a capacity of 480 litres).
Other features that will interest any intending C-Class buyer are leather upholstery, ventilated front seats, Audio-20-CD with touch-pad, a Burmester audio system, Mercedes’ COMAND infotainment system, navigation, a rearview camera, parallel parking assist, front and rear parking sensors, a head-up display, and a Wi-Fi hot spot (requires subscription to Mercedes embrace telematics service).
The list includes pedestrian and cross traffic detection, a panoramic sunroof, adaptive cruise control, rear wheel drive, active lane keep assist, blind spot monitoring, and a hands-free power trunk lid, as well as all-wheel drive (4Matic) which is available in both sedan and coupe models.
The new C-Class saloon is the leading car in the mid-size premium segment. The traditional high quality standard, as well as various design options distinguish it from its competitors. Its strengths also include state-of-the-art safety equipment and innovative technologies, as well as the typical current Mercedes-Benz design.
“In terms of design and technology, The Mercedes-Benz C-Class stands out. It is sporty enough to find buyers among brand and style conscious or upwardly mobile customers who want to park a brand new three pointed star that can carry five people comfortably, remarked Mirko Plath, Managing Director of Weststar Associates Ltd, the official representative of the Mercedes-Benz brand in Nigeria.
Plath assured that the company is committed to the provision of satisfactory after-sales service through its authorised Mercedes-Benz dealership network across the nation – the same way Mercedes-Benz deploys a lot of resources, research and development to producing class-beating vehicles.

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