The Mercedes-Benz C-Class line of compact executive cars produced by Daimler AG. Introduced in 1993 as a place for 190 (W201) range, the C-Class to the A-Class arrived in 1997. The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is built at Mercedes-Benz factories in Sindelfingen and Bremen was the smallest model in the marque’s, Germany and many industries satellite in other countries. The first Mercedes-Benz C-Class (W202) sedan was produced on 1 June 1993, and the first of the second generation (W203) rolled off the assembly line 18 July 2000. C-Class is available with 4Matic (ie four-wheel drive) from 2002 third generation (W204) was in 2007. The latest generation of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class (W205 campaign) came out in 2014.
Although initially sold as a sedan and station wagon, the W203 series in 2000 entered a fastback / hatchback coupe version that, when the facelifted, Mercedes-Benz OCLC-Class. The OCLC-Class remained in production until 2011 when it was replaced by the new W204-based Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe for model year 2012.
Mercedes-Benz C-Class W202 (1993-2000)
In October 1986, 3 years into Mercedes-Benz W201 (190)’s product, the work instead. Design work began in 1987, and the final design by Murat Gunak for in 1989 and production design by Olivier Boulay frozen in January 1990, later being patented on 19 December 1990. prototypes Rough entered the exam in 1989, the output of the first design prototypes commencing tests in 1990. In May 1993, the first generation W202 C-Class was called 190. The sedan C-Class was the entry level model of the company until 1997, when Mercedes launched A-Class. Styling themes were carried over from the previous W201 series, but new series a smoother and rounder design than the previous generation of compact Mercedes, and styling queues from the W124 E-Class, W140 S-Class (front end ), and R129 SL-Class (lights).
Mercedes-Benz C-Class W203 (2000-2007)
In 1994, development began following Mercedes-Benz C-Class. Design work began in mid-1994, and the final design was approved in December 1995 by the board executive. Design patents was placed on the 20 April 1998 and 4 March 1999. Testing began in 1997, and the development of the final 2000. The second generation C-Class was introduced in March 2000. The sedan debuted with a range of row four V6 petrol engines and four Diesels line -five. Most of the engines were carried over from the W202, but the C 320 was exclusive, offering 160 kW (218 PS). Diesels now featured common rail direct fuel injection and variable geometry turbochargers. Six-speed manual gearbox were now standard for the entire range, except for the C 320. Significantly, for the first time, the called number were no longer equivalent to the engine displacement, especially in the C 200 (1.8-liter), C 240 (2.6-liter) and C 200 CDI (2.2-liter).
Mercedes-Benz C-Class W204 (2007-2014)
DaimlerChrysler introduced the W204 Mercedes-Benz C-Class on 18 January 2007 and showed it in the 2007 Geneva Auto Show. Sales began 31 March 2007 in almost all European countries. A new family had an extended wheelbase and tracks, a stiffer bodyshell and a design inspired by the W221 S-Class and other influences from the C219 CLS-Class. In 2011 facelift model was presented with the subtle changes made to the exterior and interior to give it a luxury feel and improved engine to make these cars better. Interior changes include a chrome trimmed steering wheel, fixed in car screen entertainment and look sportier overall.
Mercedes-Benz C-Class W205 (2014)
Delivered from the present generation Mercedes-Benz C-Class W205 at the 2014 Detroit Auto Show. It is the first car to use the all-new platform Modular Rear Architecture (Schlsser). New building is more than lighter using aluminum throughout the body, resulting in a 220-pound weight dropped. According to Mercedes-Benz, the building will be more difficult than other cars in its class. The Mercedes-Benz C-Class was unveiled officially on 16 December 2013. The W205 production on 4 February 2014 at the Bremen plant. European sales began in March 2014, when the Mercedes-Benz C-Class went on sale in North America in September 2014.