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August 02, 2014

"2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class"


It was the early 1980s when German automakers began introducing their aspirational four-wheeled ladders, and there are still three sedan Leitens to choose from depending on what you want your ladder to say: there's the C, ES, the 357 and the A4A6A8. The point of any ladder, though, has always been to climb – the only reason you stepped on the bottom rung was because you intended to get to the top, or at least as close as you could muster.

That might change with this car, the 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class. It might be so good that there's no need to climb any higher.


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Ted Craig

My understanding is the letter designations were done for German corporate customers. German companies provide cars as part of compensation due to the country's income tax system.

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