The latest generation of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class was launched in 2022, and it sports more and more features than its predecessors. Most of the people around the cabin, as the automaker has been known to have some of the best interior for the money, are C-Learning than expected here. The combination of upgraded technology, is a revised version of the MBUX infotainment system which is controlled by an 11.9-inch central screen, and an updated AR control system.
While the equipment around the cabin isn’t up to par with that of the brand’s top sedans, it’s the most expensive of the competition at the C-Class’s price point. In fact, our reviewer noted that the cabin itself seems to draw inspiration from the latest S-Class. Considering that the big limousine is still a symbol in its segment, being “S-Lite” is not a bad thing.
Aside from the interior, another similarity between the C-Class and the S-Class is the ride, which prioritizes smoothness and comfort over power. This makes it one of the longest drives in the segment, especially with the Driver Assistance Package, which adds lane control and cruise control. The 2023 C-Class starts at $44,850 for the base Premium trim, while the top-of-the-line Pinnacle trim costs $48,800.