|2016 Mercedes-AMG C450 Sedan
||2015 Mercedes-Benz C400 4MATIC Sedan|
|3.0L Biturbo V6||Engine||3.0L V6|
|384 lb-ft||Torque||354 lb-ft|
2016 Mercedes-AMG C450 Sedan vs 2015 Mercedes-Benz C400 4MATIC Sedan
The C-Class is one of the most recognizable Mercedes-Benz vehicles in the lineup because of its advantageous market position and historical reliability. It is affordable enough for first-time Mercedes-Benz drivers to get their feet wet, yet it is also luxurious enough to satisfy a veteran Mercedes-Benz collector. The jump from 2015 to 2016 produced a new C-Class trim that could still use some clarification. Use this 2016 Mercedes-AMG C450 sedan vs 2015 Mercedes-Benz C400 4MATIC sedan comparison to better understand what Mercedes-Benz did to the iconic C-Class for 2016.
Usually, car manufacturers will increase the number associated with a vehicle when new models are released. This is partly because power numbers or engine size are two of the first things to get increased when it is time to redesign a vehicle, but it mostly has to do with the fact that humans love bigger and better stuff. For 2016, the C400 became the C450. The curious part is that the engine remained the same size. The difference is the use of a biturbo system that is becoming the standard for all Mercedes-Benz vehicles.
2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Turbo Efficiency
Turbochargers are slowly taking over the automotive industry, but it is for the better. Smaller engines with turbo chargers are now more efficient than larger naturally aspirated engines and they can produce just as much or more horsepower than the larger counterpart. In years past, turbocharged cars were frowned upon because they didn't typically hold up in the long run but that is no longer the case. Most Mercedes-Benz cars now come with a turbocharged engine as a standard, which is likely how it will be for many years to come. If you have any questions regarding this 2016 Mercedes-AMG C450 sedan vs 2015 Mercedes-Benz C400 4MATIC sedan comparison, contact us at Mercedes-Benz of Arrowhead today.