Sunday, July 5, 2015


 After various groups of spy shots got from our paparazzi situated located in Germany beginning the previous fall, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Wagon has been at last disclosed, showing us its brand-new rear end and additional cargo space.

Longer and more extensive than its antecedent, the new domains gloats a best-in-class load space when the back seats are collapsed and accompanies extra back legroom and enhanced head room and shoulder room all through the whole lodge. 

A portion of the subtle elements are still under wraps, yet we do realize that the wagon will get a large portion of the motors found in the C-Class Sedan . In any event all the four-pots and a six-chamber until further notice, with different choices to be included later. 

Planned to spend its first weeks at the 2014 Leipzig Motor Show, the fair size home will begin hitting European showrooms in September. Also, unless you're wanting to move to the Old Continent throughout the following couple of years, there's a major chance you won't get the opportunity to drive one in light of the fact that Mercedes isn't excessively enthused about bringing it, making it impossible to the United States.The first locating had almost no camo on it, which is nothing unexpected, thinking of it as will basically resemble some other C-Class, just with a station wagon back end.                                                                       With the brand new C-Class Sedan having been unveiled last year, the Wagon version had very few secrets to hold on to as far as its design was concerned. Essentially a 2015 C-Class with a station wagon rear end, the new estate model is longer and wider than the outgoing version. The wheelbase sees a 3.1-inch increase to 111.8 inches, while the overall length and width have gained 3.7 inches and 1.5 inches respectively.

Besides being a practical family and goods hauler, the C-Class Wagon doesn’t miss on the attractive looks and the sportiness of the new C-Class. The vehicle is equally impressive when viewed from the front, while the rear fascia has been carefully modeled and blended into the new, modern design. Just like the Sedan, the Wagon is also available with two different faces - one that features the luxury grille with the Mercedes star on the hood and one that wears a sports grille and retails as the Exclusive Line.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Most of the cabin may be identical to the one seen on the C-Class Sedan, but the Wagon has a few tricks up its sleeve. Thanks to its longer wheelbase, the grocery-getter is more roomier and will allow the rear-seat passengers to enjoy an extra 1.7 inches of space. Shoulder room, elbow room and headroom are also more generous on the new C-Class Wagon.

What’s more, the maximum load capacity has been increased to a best-in-class 53.3 cubic feet (1,510 liters) when the rear seats are folded flat and to 17.3 cubic feet (490 liters) when the seats are up. Adding to the wagon’s practicality is the new 40/20/40 split configuration of the rear seats, which means the C-Class can also be used as a four- or a three-seater, while still carrying impressive amounts of luggage.

Of course, the wagon comes packed with plenty of convenience features, including a central display with a seven-inch screen or a larger, 8.4-inch screen when selected with the COMAND system. The brand-new center console, the new seats and the more premium materials seen on the C-Class Sedan have been transferred to the Wagon as well.                                                                                                                                                                 The C-Class Wagon will be launched with an array of gasoline and diesel engines, with all of them packing four angry cylinders. The oil burners will deliver between 115 horsepower and 204 horsepower, while the gasoline units will pump 156 horsepower in the entry-level model. A 333-pony V-6 will join the lineup at a later date. There’s no word on a V-8-powered AMG model, but we’re not expecting for Mercedes-Benz to miss the opportunity of offering a beefed-up wagon along the way.

Likewise, the company has yet to announce whether the Wagon will get BlueTEC Hybrid and a Plug-In Hybrid versions or not.The Germans have yet to reveal pricing for the Wagon, but we’ll be right back as soon as they didn't  roll over the boat yet. The model will hit European dealerships in September. The company had nothing to say about U.S. availability, but we’d advise against getting your hopes up for the time being.These two German makers are tangled in an everlasting war, and in the past few years it looked like BMW had won. Could the new C-Class Wagon make the difference and help Mercedes gain some sort of advantage? It remains to be seen, we guess.

On the U.S. market, the 3 Series Sport Wagon is offered with a choice of two 2.0-liter, four-cylinder engines that run on either gasoline or diesel. The former delivers 240 horsepower and 258 pound-feet of torque and it can sprint from 0 to 60 mph in just six seconds. The latter is rated at 180 horsepower and 270 pound-feet of torque and accelerates from 0 to 60 mph in just over seven seconds.With respect to fuel effectiveness, the gas 3 Series wagon returns up to 33 mpg on the expressway, while the diesel variations is evaluated to return up to 43 mpg in comparative conditions. Evaluating for the Sports Wagon creatures at $41,450.The TSX Sports Wagon is a pleasant distinct option for the generally exhausting Acura lineup. The model is offered just with one motor variation: a 2.4-liter, inline-four plant that agitates 200 pull and 165 pound-feet of torque. This wagon is somewhat ease back contrasted with its opponents, requiring over eight seconds to sprint from nothing to 60 mph. 

Sitting at 30 mpg on the expressway, fuel productivity isn't that incredible either when contrasted with the 3 Series. In any case, the Acura TSX Sport Wagon has evaluating on its side, being retailed from just $31,985.The model is valued from $35,505 .But you would do well to rush in the event that you need one of these, as the model is getting cut out before the year's over. On the other hand you should hold up until the fresh out of the box new TLX gets a wagon body.

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