Saturday August 8, 2020

Second in line, but second to none

The C-Class may be Mercedes’s second best selling car, but it gets a better-than-second-rate update, wrties Liam Shard

15th July, 2018
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Mercedes-Benz C 220 d Estate: well engineered, handsome and good to drive

One would assume that a four-door saloon (or five-door estate), especially one with a diesel engine, would have by now exceeded the bounds of its appeal. One would assume. But, with the cutting jibe of Holmes’s “Never assume, Watson . . .” ringing in our ears, one would be wrong on that point.

Actually, the C-Class is Mercedes’s second-best selling car in Ireland (exceeded only by the larger E-Class) and despite the trilling headlines...

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