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2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Available in Tacoma

2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Available in Tacoma
A best-selling luxury coupe, the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Available in Tacoma has a lot to offer, from its slick, well-cut and handsome lines to powerful engines in the AMG models. A Mercedes-Benz is a clear sign of luxury, and anyone seeking to buy one is in for a real treat.

Driving the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C300

Both the rear-wheel drive and four-wheel drive models of the C300 use a 2.0 liter turbo-four engine capable of sprinting up to highway speeds in less than six seconds. 241hp and 273 lb-ft of torque give the car a generous push, boosted by the sleek, carved lines that guide air around and past it.

Tight handling is a hallmark of the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Available in Tacoma, and if you’ve opted for the 4MATIC model, you’ll get confidence on slippery roads and a better grip when cornering. With technology such as Agility Control and AIRMATIC, Mercedes-Benz’s adaptive air suspension, the C300 will offer nothing but thrills. The C300 comes with several safety systems available to the class that use radar to spot hazards in the car’s path and act accordingly. Luxury and confidence come together for a winning match.

Models of the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupes in Tacoma

Mercedes-Benz’s slick racecar-inspired coupes use their powerful engines and their muscular sculpting to get an edge on the road. Three models are available for 2017: the AMG C43 Coupe. The C63 Coupe and the AMG C63 S. The C43 uses a 3.0 liter V6 engine with 362hp and 384 lb-ft of torque, while the C63 uses a robust 4.0 liter V8 biturbo engine that makes 469hp and 479 lb-ft of torque. If that’s not enough, the C63 S model takes it a step further—the same engine pumps out 503hp, 516 lb-ft of torque, and allows the car to hit highway speeds in a blistering 3.8 seconds.

Deeply bolstered seats are supportive when the vehicle is cornering hard, while special AMG gauges and performance readouts tell the driver everything they need to know. A flat-bottomed steering wheel enhances the feeling of being in a true racecar, while the high-quality materials remind the driver that they’re truly in a Mercedes-Benz vehicle.

The 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Available in Tacoma can be financed through Larson Mercedes-Benz of Tacoma, located at 1701 Alexander Avenue E, Suite C, in Fife. If you have any questions, you can live chat with one of our friendly Mercedes-Benz specialists!

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Daimler crushes unauthorized Mercedes-Benz 300 SL body

Filed under: Classics, Coupe, Europe, Government/Legal, Mercedes-Benz, Luxury

Replica carmakers take notice: Daimler will not tolerate copies of its signature Mercedes-Benz 300 SL. At all. And if you fail to head this warning and build a full-size replica of a 300 SL gullwing, justice will come down like three tons of bricks upon your unlicensed creation.

German customs officials recently confiscated what looks to be a very faithful reproduction of a 300 SL from a German company, albeit rendered in fiberglass, and they apparently notified the folks at Daimler, who didn’t take too kindly to the unauthorized likeness of their icon.

In their press release (available after the jump), Daimler says the body of the 300 SL is a “work of applied art” that has been under copyright protection for decades. And to make clear their intent to protect that copyright they also remind us they have “long taken a tough approach to vehicle replicas.”

The recently seized copy found out just how tough when the Mercedes-Benz used parts centre (responsible for scrapping the company’s unwanted prototypes) put the replica SL in a 30-ton industrial press and transformed it from illegal to unrecognizable. It then received the official “confirmation of scrappage” designation.

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