The Mercedes C-Class Coupé is good to drive and and well-equipped alternative to the Audi A5. However, it isn't as comfortable as its key German rival nor quite as practical.read the full model review
This is the only trim level available on ‘regular’ the C-Class Coupé and comes loaded with kit. You get 18in alloy wheels, auto lights and wipers, a reversing camera, leatherette upholstery, automatic emergency braking and infotainment kit such as sat-nav, DAB radio and a 10.25in rotary-controlled colour screen.
This 181bhp mild hybrid petrol engine uses electric boost for extra power and efficiency, but it’s surprisingly noisy, doesn’t feel as fast as its power and performance figures suggest and isn’t as efficient as equivalent units in its competitors. Four-wheel drive is optional.