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8.0
/ 10
On Features
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$31,611
BASE MSRP
$33,990
On Features
While the C-Class is missing some top-tech options that Mercedes-Benz offers in its larger cars, these sedans have a solid feature set.
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COMAND, the command center for all your entertainment needs, has been simplified to the point that it is no harder to understand than BMW’s iDrive or Audi’s MMI
Vehix.com

The optional iPod integration kit, when the navigation option is not chosen, has a terrible interface.
CNET

There’s a great audio control to the right of the driver in the console--it’s nice for flipping through the satellite-radio stations which tend to be clustered together.
AutoWeek

For those of us who spend our working hours in front of a computer screen, the option to stow the display screen in the car is a welcome one.
Cars.com

the COMAND navigation system and control, which allow you to work most of the controls on the car with a single spinning wheel on the center console
Detroit News

Whether you go with the Luxury or Sport models, the 2011 Mercedes-Benz comes as a well-equipped luxury sedan. All 2011 C-Class models get Bluetooth connectivity; a power sunroof; dual-zone climate control; power windows/locks/mirrors; a leather-wrapped steering wheel; power front seats; and cruise control.

But there are plenty of chances to pile on options. Top picks include a voice-activated navigation system; Sirius Satellite Radio; a 4GB music hard drive; a media interface for iPods and other MP3 players; a DVD entertainment system; a panoramic sunroof; heated seats; xenon headlamps; a keyless ignition system; trunk- or roof-mounted spoilers; and power lumbar adjustments for the seats. The only things missing are top active-safety and tech features—like active cruise control.

The C63 AMG includes leather upholstery; an AMG gauge pack; a sunroof; dual-zone climate control; Bluetooth; Sirius; a telescoping steering wheel; cruise control; and a garage door opener.

Conclusion

While the C-Class is missing some top-tech options that Mercedes-Benz offers in its larger cars, these sedans have a solid feature set.

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