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By Cars.com Staff
June 19, 2006
Vehicle Overview The C-Class gains a flexible-fuel model, the C230, for 2007 and loses its performance version, the C55 AMG.
The C-Class comes only in sedan body style and features a group of twin-cam V-6 engines: a 201-horsepower 2.5-liter for the C230, a 228-hp 3.0-liter for the C280, and a 268-hp 3.5-liter in the C350.
The 2007 lineup includes the C230 sport sedan, C280 luxury sedan, and C350 sport and luxury sedans. Active front head restraints that reduce the likelihood of whiplash injuries are standard.
Each sedan has standard rear-wheel drive. Luxury models can have 4Matic all-wheel drive and a five-speed automatic transmission. All V-6 models use a seven-speed automatic, but C230 and C350 sport sedans can be equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox.
Exterior C-Class models gained redesigned clear headlamps and revised taillamps for 2005. Sport and Luxury models get new, exclusive wheel designs. Bi-xenon headlamps and a moonroof are available.
Interior C-Class sedans seat five occupants. Sport sedans feature bird's-eye maple interior trim. Mercedes-Benz's Comand and Tele Aid systems are available in all models.
Under the Hood Three twin-cam V-6 engines with four valves per cylinder are available in C-Class models. The C230 becomes a flexible fuel vehicle, meaning it can run on either E85 or regular gasoline. The C280 sedan has a 228-hp, 3.0-liter V-6, while a 268-hp, 3.5-liter V-6 is installed in C350 sedans. A six-speed manual gearbox or seven-speed automatic with Touch Shift operation can be installed. All-wheel-drive sedans use a five-speed automatic.
Safety Antilock brakes, Mercedes-Benz's Electronic Stability Program, and side-impact and side curtain airbags are standard.
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