We have the C280 Avantgarde Edition, featuring — and I quote from the sales brochure — “spectacular performance, unprecedented value and, of course, the superb level of luxury you expect from Mercedes-Benz.”
What makes the C280 Avantgarde such a deal? Well, Mercedes added almost $6,000 worth of additional features at no cost: sliding glass sunroof, 10-way power-adjustable driver’s seat with three-position memory and power steering column, harman/kardon Logic7 surround sound system, MP3-compatible six-disc CD changer, 17-inch, seven-spoke aluminum alloy wheels and metallic paint.
Now, all the upgrades in the world would mean squat if the departing C-Class was a dinosaur ready for the boneyard. But, in my opinion, the sedan is one of those rare cars that wears its age very well. Its subtle wedge shape and fluid lines are still fresh and sophisticated. I’ve said it before and it’s worth repeating — most of its rivals look decidedly nouveau riche by comparison
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