CAT’S INSIDE LINE: MERCEDES-BENZ C-CLASS

Mercedes_C-Class_300pxCarrying on the Inside Line series, we move on from the Mark IV Renault Espace and turn our focus towards a fleet favourite, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class. With the fourth generation of the C-Class launched earlier this year, its underpinnings go back nearly 30 years to the development of the German manufacturer’s 190 range.

The C-Class has seen it battle it out since 1993 with the BMW 3-Series and the Audi A4 for traction in this luxury end of the market ever since.

The third gen Mercedes, which we are examining in this issue, was launched with a range of powerplants in various guises, which included 1.8-, 2.5-, 3.0- or 3.5-litre petrol engines and 2.2- and 3.0-litre diesel options, with a montrous 6.2-litre engine available for the AMG version. This variety of engine, its rear wheel drive set-up and the inclusion of more technology have provided some additional challenges.

Next month we’ll be looking at the Peugeot 207, so wherever you work in the aftermarket if you have expertise and insight to share, we would be delighted to hear from you. To get your advice included contact hemal.mistry@haymarket.com

Click below to see technical contributions on the Mercedes C-Class from:

Autoelectro – looks at rotating electric issues with the Mercedes C-Class

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Cambiare and VOSA – cover a variety of issues plaguing the Mercedes saloon

Comma – discusses the foibles of fluids and the importance of oil

Corteco – explains the issues with trailing rear arms and cabin filters

Dayco – looks at the FEAD system in depth

First Line – focuses on the steering and suspension system of the C-Class

Gates – issues warning when tackling the OAP system

Manbat – explains why BlueEfficiency Mercedes C-Class cars needed to be treated with care

Meyle – common issues on the third generation Mercedes C-Class solved

RMI – gives us the lowdown on common problems faced on the C-Class

TecRMI – gives us an insight into a some of the technical problems on the Mercedes

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