2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class vs 2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
When you are searching for a luxury sedan you will be met with a variety of interesting options. Many different automotive brands offer vehicles that fall under this category. Sometimes it can be challenging to see the differences between models, especially if they are from the same brand. Today we’re going to help with your search by comparing the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class and E-Class. These models look similar, but they have a few key differences.
The first major difference you might notice about these vehicles is their fuel economy estimates. The C-Class gets an estimated average of 24 city/35 highway mpg**, which is slightly better than the E-Class. The 2017 E-Class is able to get an estimated average of 22 city/30 highway mpg***. The E-Class might not be as efficient as the C-Class, but it excels in other areas.
|2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class||vs||2017 Mercedes-Benz E-Class|
|24 city/34 highway**||MPG||22 city/30 highway***|
|12.6 cubic feet||Interior Cargo Volume||13.1 cubic feet|
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Another difference between these two vehicles is their size. Both of these vehicles have seating for up to five, but the E-Class is a bit more spacious. The E-Class offers more front legroom, headroom, shoulder room, rear legroom and cargo space in comparison to the C-Class. This extra space also helps explain why is it a little less efficient than the C-Class.
If your main concern is efficiency, the C-Class is the perfect option, but if space is also important the E-Class is a better fit. Whichever model you choose, you will end up with a stunning Mercedes-Benz sedan. If you are interested in learning more or you’re ready to schedule a test drive, call or visit us at Mercedes-Benz of Arrowhead!*MSRP does/does not include transportation charge. Excludes options, taxes, title, registration, [and dealer prep]. Options, model availability, and price may vary. [See dealer for details.]
**EPA estimated 24 MPG city/34 MPG highway with 17.4-gallon fuel tank capacity. You may get different mileage depending on driving conditions.
***EPA estimated 22 MPG city/30 MPG highway with 17.4-gallon fuel tank capacity. You may get different mileage depending on driving conditions.