The Mercedes C-Class Coupe 2015 is the stylishly glamorous smaller brother of the costly Mercedes S-Class Coupe. Its direct rival is none other than the BMW 4 Series. The Mercedes C-Class Coupe adopts a smoother shape, signifying a move away from the typical two-door saloon car style. There is no argument that the Mercedes C-Class Coupe is more stylish than its rival, the BMW 4 Series. The Mercedes C-Class Coupe is also at the same level with the BMW 4 Series in terms of handling.
The Coupe’s big brother, (the Mercedes S-Class Coupe) launched just last year. And it's not just for show. The S-Class brings about a series of modern technologies that elevate it to a higher car status, rivaling the Bentley. With all the bells and whistles the S-Class Coupe is rocking, not everyone can afford it. Those with meeker budgets will have to look elsewhere. Mercedes is fully aware that the quality it brings to the car industry comes with a price tag, limiting marketing potential but boosting their rep with the jet set. In order to widen the range of its market, Mercedes has come up with a smaller version of the Mercedes S-Class Coupe.
Despite the reduced cost, Mercedes has worked tirelessly to make the Mercedes C-Class sleek and smooth like a classical coupe. Among the changes implemented by the company ao give the C-Class a more modern look than its predecessor, are a wider, longer door, a lengthier wheelbase, and a longer bonnet.