Mercedes has a Near-Perfect Wagon but Plays a Cruel Joke and Won’t Sell it in the US

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The Mercedes C-Class Wagon has been introduced, but you won’t be able to get it in the U.S.

Neighbors to the North in Canada however, can get their hands on the hot wagon starting this year. Compared to its predecessor, which was not offered in Canada, the new C-Class Wagon has grown considerably. The wheelbase has increased over three inches with the vehicle itself coming in nearly four inches longer and 1.5 inches wider. Overall dimensions measure 185 inches long and 71 inches wide.

The extra space primarily benefits the rear-seat passengers, who now get nearly two inches more legroom. There is also more interior width and headroom compared to the previous model.

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On the outside, styling of the C-Class Wagon resembles the C-Class Sedan with Canadian shoppers having the option to choose from two different front grilles. There’s a sporty option or a luxury grille, reserved solely for the Luxury Package that also includes the Mercedes star on the hood.

The Mercedes C 300d 4MATIC Wagon will be powered by a four-cylinder diesel engine delivering 200 horsepower and 369 pound-feet of torque.

“The new C-Class Wagon is not only extremely practical thanks to its once again enlarged, variable load compartment. With innovative lightweight construction and its state-of-the-art technical features it also strikes out in new directions in this segment with regard to safety, efficiency and comfort. Worldwide we are the first to offer a comfortable air suspension in this segment. And both men and women drivers enjoy noticeably more driving pleasure”, states Prof. Dr. Thomas Weber, member of the Board of Management of Daimler AG responsible for Group Research and Mercedes-Benz Cars Development.

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  • craigcole

    It’s just more bush-league bullshit! WE WANT WAGONS!

  • jimbo124816

    They could send them here but we would probably send them back, because Americans don’t want wagons or Mini-Vans anymore.

  • don684

    Mercedes makes nice vehicles but they are expensive to buy and maintain . Not a diy vehicle as Mercedes designs the vehicle so you have to bring it back to the dealership to fix.For example light burns out ,you can change the bulb but try turning off the warning light that tells you the light has burnt out .You can’t only the dealership can . The dealership must think the mechanics are in the same league as brain surgeons ,that’s how much they charge . Yep ,they can plug in your car to a supercomputer anywhere in the world at a dealership that is in Germany to analyze what is wrong . Only problem is you pay big time for that service . The depreciation is huge but buying a used one not always a great deal as the dealership will want huge dollars to bring the vehicle back to “new” condition .

  • Paul Heemskerk

    Yes bring me a sporty wagon. I want choices.