The successor to the legendary “Baby Benz”
– 120HP from a 1.8L inline four-cylinder petrol engine
– automatic transmission
– Read mileage of only 78,500 KM
– Checkbook well kept
– 1 owner only
– As good as new condition inside and outside
– Original condition
The C-Class, designed by Bruno Sacco, was introduced in May 1993 as the successor to the successful C 201 model series. In particular, there were extensive improvements to the body. It became stiffer and more stable. The front and rear windscreens were bonded and thus became load-bearing elements. The use of water-based paints also contributed to the weight reduction. The new model could be ordered in the Classic, Esprit, Elegance and Sport equipment packages.
After a production period of 4 years and a production volume of 1 million saloons, Mercedes presented a “facelift” in June 1997. Redesigned front and rear bumpers as well as sill trims painted in body colour, a modified radiator grille and dark tinted rear lights were the recognisable changes to the body. Side airbags in the door panels, seatbelt force limiters and the brake assistant brought more safety for the occupants.
The most successful model variant of the second C-Class series was the C 180, which accounted for 36% of the total number of units produced and became the most widely built passenger car model of the manufacturer Mercedes-Benz.