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
If you jump to the ‘baby’ V8 model, you get distinctive 18in alloy wheels, more aggressive styling, a limited-slip differential, Multibeam LED headlights, a 12.3in digital instrument cluster, nappa leather seats, upgraded sat-nav and stereo, memory seats and wireless charging.
A softer, less focused alternative to the riotous C63 models, but this 385bhp turbocharged V6 is far from a slouch. It sounds fantastic when you rev is hard, too, but is unsurprisingly pretty thirsty.