Video: 2011 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Facelift World Debut in Detroit

Mercedes-Benz has unveiled the facelifted 2011 C-Class to the public at the Detroit auto show, that will arrive into UK showrooms in March. The facelifted C-Class offers improved fuel-economy up to 31 percent, thanks to a start-stop system that is now standard on all variants.

Both the saloon and estate versions will be available from launch in two trim/equipment levels – Elegance and Avantgarde.


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  • Ronnard Electone

    What stupidity… And again it’s face lifted just to copy AUDI’s new style of LED day running lights and the tail LED light… Second time Merc has copied Audi… The first facelift was just to include the AUDI A4 styled dotted LED lights… And now this…