The 2021 Mercedes-Benz C-Class is a model name that leads the segment of sports cars in many ways. At present, the 2021 Mercedes C-Class model series caters its buyers in the guises of coupe, convertible, or as compact luxury sedans. When we got to see the 2021 Mercedes C-Class models at the floor of the Mercedes Benz dealership Montreal , we instantly felt that it is worth a closer look, and of course can be known better with a test drive.
Leading the Segment of Sports Cars
Specialties Offered for the Year 2021
Though the year 2021, does not change much for the Mercedes C-Class series except for the heated seats that are newly installed, and the upgrade of the touchscreen size to a 12.3-inch and a new digital instrument cluster that come as standard on all trims. A new Night Edition trim is added as well to the existing lineup blacking out the chrome and imbibing some more of the AMG styling cues.
The major upgrade done to the safety and drive-assistance features create a stronger wall of protection for the 2021 Mercedes C-Class users, through technologies like hands-free driving, automatic emergency braking, blind-spot monitors, adaptive cruise control and many more.
The 2021 model year edition of the Mercedes Benz C-Class model series makes a solid statement in the segment of luxury sports cars by offering all the body styles like coupe, convertible, and sedans, while sharing the same 111.8-inch wheelbase in all of them. For all these models, the 2021 Mercedes C-Class sets a standard power train named as the C300 that is made of a 2.0-liter turbo-4 engine which is capable of shooting out 255-horsepower after clubbing with a 9-speed automatic gearbox.
There is also an AMG C43 powertrain trim that uses a twin-turbo version of the same V-6 engine that delivers 385 hp. The 2021 model year lineup of the Mercedes C-Class series sees the C63 trim at the top of the range that can make a thunderous 503 hp from its V-8 engine. With these power train combinations on board, the fuel economy rates of the 2021 Mercedes Benz C-Class as estimated by the EPA is 27-mpg from a trip combining both city and highway drives.
The entire series of the 2021 Mercedes C-Class sets rear-wheel drive as the standard drivetrain, while all-wheel drive is offered as the optional one and is most preferred by the buyers, informed the Montreal Mercedes Benz dealership.