Mercedes raises bar, drops roof
If you’ve spent the money on an open car, it should look like it
Variety is the spice of life apparently and, seemingly, a motivating goal in Mercedes-Benz product planning. Time was Mercedes-Benz offered a simple line-up comprising a couple of saloons and their estate spin-offs, a 4x4, a sports car, a coupé and a cabriolet. Now the C-Class family alone offers all that. There is a C-Class saloon, estate, the GLC (SUV), the GLC Coupé spin-off, the C-Class Coupé and now, finally (we think), the C-Class Cabriolet....
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