By Otsile Kadiege
Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the all-new C-Class All-Terrain which is essentially a C-Class Estate with versatile capabilities.
The new Mercedes-Benz C-Class All-Terrain is based on the Avantgarde trim. Its off-road design features include the distinctive radiator grille, the special bumpers, the simulated underride guard at the front and rear and the wheel arch linings in matt dark grey. It is 4 millimetres longer and measures 4755 millimetres in total compared to the conventional C-Class Estate.
Because of the wheel arch linings, the width is increased by 21 millimetres to 1841 millimetres. The increased ground clearance of around 40 millimetres has also increased the vehicle height to 1494 millimetres. As standard, the C-Class All-Terrain is fitted with 225/55 R 17, while 245/40 R 19 wheels are optional.
In addition, the C-Class All-Terrain features many highlights of the just recently launched new C-Class. These include efficient four-cylinder engines with 48-volt technology, the adaptive and intuitive MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) infotainment system, and the latest generation of driving assistance systems. DIGITAL LIGHT (optional equipment) includes a special off-road light.
As standard, the C-Class All-Terrain is equipped with the automaker’s 4Matic all-wheel-drive system. It’s also equipped with trailer operation and can tow up to 1,800 kg.
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