Mercedes-Benz seriously updated its C-class for 2008, and now
offers the C300 Sport, the C300 Luxury, and the C350 Sport, all in
sedan form. For stylistic differentiation, the Sport model gets a
three-bar grille with a big Mercedes-Benz badge in the middle,
while the Luxury trim gets the badge as a hood ornament. We were
very impressed with the C300 Sport we tested, which sits at the
bottom of Mercedes-Benz's U.S. lineup. Along with its new cabin
tech features, it drives very well, presenting some serious
competition, both in performance and price, to All the other
compact sport sedans available.
2008 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
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