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  • 11C177_033
    Mercedes-Benz C-Class, C 350 CDI AVANTGARDE, estate with sports package (S204; year 2011)
  • 10C1233_110
    Mercedes-Benz C-Class, C 300 CDI 4MATIC BlueEFFICIENCY with AMG sports package, model year 2011, engine
  • 07C2298_004
    Dr. Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars, presents the C 300 BLUETEC HYBRID at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show. The vehicle is a near-series study based on the new C-Class Estate from the S 204 series.
  • 07C2298_001
    Presentation of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate, S 204 series, at the 2007 Tokyo Motor Show. Hans Tempel, President and CEO of DaimlerChrysler Japan and Dr. Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars.
  • 07A1983
    The body index, which has been developed by Mercedes engineers, indicates how agile the new C-Class is on the road. The higher the body index, the better the suspension is connected to the body and the tauter is the suspension tuning. With the standard AGILITY CONTROL suspension, the body index of the C-Class is 1.91 to 2.01 hertz; and with the dynamic handling package, the body index achieves values of up to 2.46 hertz, which are typical of sports cars. The excellent axle load ratio ensures a near-perfect balance between front and rear axles, thereby meeting one of the key requirements for traction, driving stability and vehicle dynamics.
  • 07A1974
    With the optionally available dynamic handling package, the agility of the new C-Class Estate advances into the league of thoroughbred sports cars. In the „Sport“ and „Comfort“ programmes, there is continuously variable electronic control of the dampers on each wheel.
  • 07A1975
    The body index, which has been developed by Mercedes engineers, indicates how agile the new C-Class is on the road. The higher the body index, the better the suspension is connected to the body and the tauter is the suspension tuning. With the standard AGILITY CONTROL suspension, the body index of the C-Class is 1.91 to 2.01 hertz; and with the dynamic handling package, the body index achieves values of up to 2.46 hertz, which are typical of sports cars. The excellent axle load ratio ensures a near-perfect balance between front and rear axles, thereby meeting one of the key requirements for traction, driving stability and vehicle dynamics.
  • 07A1976
    The body index, which has been developed by Mercedes engineers, indicates how agile the new C-Class is on the road. The higher the body index, the better the suspension is connected to the body and the tauter is the suspension tuning. With the standard AGILITY CONTROL suspension, the body index of the C-Class is 1.91 to 2.01 hertz; and with the dynamic handling package, the body index achieves values of up to 2.46 hertz, which are typical of sports cars. The excellent axle load ratio ensures a near-perfect balance between front and rear axles, thereby meeting one of the key requirements for traction, driving stability and vehicle dynamics.
  • 07A1981
    With the optionally available dynamic handling package, the agility of the new C-Class Estate advances into the league of thoroughbred sports cars. In the „Sport“ and „Comfort“ programmes, there is continuously variable electronic control of the dampers on each wheel.
  • 07c1287_306
    In the optionally available level control for the C-Class Estate, all the components are integrated in the damper.
  • 07A2024
    Mercedes-Benz C-Class, C 200 CDI, Power Output Graph
  • 07A1982
    The body index, which has been developed by Mercedes engineers, indicates how agile the new C-Class is on the road. The higher the body index, the better the suspension is connected to the body and the tauter is the suspension tuning. With the standard AGILITY CONTROL suspension, the body index of the C-Class is 1.91 to 2.01 hertz; and with the dynamic handling package, the body index achieves values of up to 2.46 hertz, which are typical of sports cars. The excellent axle load ratio ensures a near-perfect balance between front and rear axles, thereby meeting one of the key requirements for traction, driving stability and vehicle dynamics.
  • 06a3934_
    Mercedes-Benz has again improved the details of the multi-link independent rear suspension for the new C-Class. For instance, the subframe and its mountings have been redesigned, the latter now being supported with an additional strut in two planes to the body. Lower weight, reduced road roar and tyre vibration coupled with improved vibration comfort are the main benefits of these modifications.
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