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Mercedes-Benz C-Class Luxury models get increased equipment for 2007, with front power seats and an adjustable steering column with memory feature, plus 16-inch alloy wheels, now standard. Also, Sport models get a new, distinct six-spoke, 17-inch wheel design, and an AMG-design rear decklid spoiler and dual sport exhaust pipes. Inside, the Sports get black Birdseye maple trim instead of aluminum.<p><p>The base C230 Sport model can now be run on any blend of ethanol and gasoline up to E85 (85 percent ethanol).<p><p>The C-Class will be completely redesigned for the 2008 model year.
The 2007 Mercedes-Benz C-Class is available in three different engines--designated by C230, C280, and C350--and in two different sub-models, Sport and Luxury. The C230 is only available in Sport guise, while the other two models are available either way.
The C230 is powered by a 201-horsepower, 2.5L V6 engine, while the C280 comes with a 228-horsepower, 3.0L V6 and the C350 gets a 268-horsepower, 3.5L version of the same V6 family. Each of the V6 engines have aluminum construction and four valves per cylinder, with variable valve timing for good response throughout the rev range. The C230 Sport and C350 Sport come with a six-speed manual transmission; a seven-speed automatic is optional on those and standard on Luxury models.
4MATIC full-time all-wheel drive is optional on C280 and C350 Luxury models, and includes a five-speed automatic transmission instead. The system sends 60 percent of torque to the rear wheels during normal driving and routes more to individual wheels as needed.
Whether Sport or Luxury, each of the primary C-Class models come extremely well equipped, especially when it comes to interior appointments. Luxury models get hand-finished laurel wood trim, while Sport models now have black Birdseye maple.
Sport models also feature staggered-width 17-inch six-spoke alloy wheels and Z-rated performance tires for improved control in enthusiastic driving. Sport models also get a stiffer suspension calibration.
All C-Class models get front-seat side air bags, side curtain air bags front and rear, and active front head restraints, plus ESP stability control, along with anti-lock brakes and brake assist.
Major options, mostly offered in larger packages, include a bi-xenon headlamps, rain-sensing wipers, a harman/kardon Logic7 surround sound system, and rear side air bags.