Mercedes Benz C-Class long wheelbase debuts: Shanghai Motor Show

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The Mercedes-Benz C-class long wheelbase has been uncovered at the continuous Shanghai Motor show 2021. The most recent rendition of the extended C-Class depends on the W206 model that was divulged as of late.

Mercedes Benz C Class: What’s distinctive outwardly?

As seen in most long-wheelbase forms, the extended C-Class has a 89mm longer wheelbase than the standard W206. This makes it 4,882mm long, addressing a general length increment of around 131mm over the standard car.

To the extent looks go, aside from longer back entryways, the extended C-Class gets a polished L identification on the C column, indicating the special body style, and gets the hood trimming in certain variations also. Mercedes-Benz will likewise sell the C-Class long wheelbase with a sportier grille plan, like the standard vehicle.

Mercedes Benz C Class: What’s diverse within?

The dashboard design and front seats appear to be persisted from the standard vehicle. The subsequent line, be that as it may, improves seat plan, a more extensive armrest with worked in cupholders, and devoted USB ports. Moreover, the model sold in China has more solid stifling material and a milder suspension for added traveler solace.

Mercedes Benz C Class motor and powertrain subtleties

For the Chinese market, the C 200L will accompany a 168hp 1.5-liter petroleum motor and the more costly C 260 L will accompany a 201hp rendition combined with gentle half breed tech. The two motors will mate to a 9-speed programmed gearbox.

Will it come to India?

For China, the C-Class L joins the scope of other long-wheelbase vehicles from Mercedes-Benz, similar to the A-Class L and an E-Class L, alongside an extended GLC SUV. To the extent India goes, the E-Class long-wheelbase sold here. Curiously, the BMW 3 Series Gran Limousine sold in India is a chief adversary to the C-Class L in the Chinese market. While there is no authority news, it stays not yet clear whether the new C-Class L comes to India in future.

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