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Car & Driver: Its Looks Could Thrill: 2017 Mercedes-Benz C300 Coupe Tested

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-In previous generations of the Mercedes-Benz C-class, however, the model labeled a coupe was more of a staid, two-door sedan. The new one makes a more dramatic break from the four-door model: Its roofline is 1.5 inches lower and tapers quickly to the rounded tail. The taillamps are horizontal rather than vertical, just as they are on the S-class coupe, and the license plate moves down to the bumper, leaving a cleaner trunklid. On the sedan, the body-side crease dips as it travels front to rear, while it remains straight on the coupe, and the whole car sits lower on its wheels. Turning up the style wattage out front is a larger, lower grille that’s a constellation of floating chrome stars, another design element borrowed from the range-topping two-door. READ MORE ››

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