Forget everything you knew about the Mercedes-Benz C-Class lineup of the past. For 2022, the upcoming C-Class lineup is completely redesigned, offering a level of modernity and sophistication never seen before in a C-Class model. With bolder exterior styling, a futuristic cabin that's filled with state-of-the-art features, and a stronger and more efficient performance than ever before, there's something for everyone in Grapevine to get excited about in the upcoming 2022 C-Class lineup. At Mercedes-Benz of Grapevine, we want to help drivers all over Southlake buy or lease the vehicle that's right for them. That's why we're going to highlight what to expect from the redesigned upcoming 2022 Mercedes-Benz C-Class models.

What's New for 2022?

  • Full redesign with new exterior and interior styling
  • Mild-hybrid system results in stronger performance and less fuel consumption
  • New technology features integrated throughout, including large central touchscreen display

Performance

Every upcoming 2022 Mercedes-Benz C-Class model delivers an impressive combination of horsepower and fuel economy, helping you have more fun and save at the pump when you're driving around Coppell. Under the hood, every upcoming 2022 C-Class model comes equipped with a 20-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that produces 255-horsepower and 295 pounds-feet of torque. For even greater athleticism, all models also receive an EQ Boost system, a 48-volt electric starter/generator that delivers 20 extra horsepower and 148 pounds-feet of torque, helping deliver an instant increase in performance while also enhancing fuel economy so you don't have to stop at the pump in Trophy Club on your daily commute.

The engine gets paired to an 8-speed automatic transmission and rear-wheel drive comes standard on the base C 300 model, but the C 300 4MATIC models come equipped with intelligent all-wheel drive to deliver more traction and control when you're taking on bad weather or tight corners around Colleyville.

Design

The upcoming 2022 C-Class lineup is completely redesigned, offering a longer wheel base and body, while also increasing width and lessening height, giving it a more athletic stance to intimidate and stand out around Grapevine. All models have a sharper front end and a bolder rear end, giving it a prestigious design. Inside the cabin, you'll be treated to more space for you and your passengers to sit back and relax. All models will offer either simulated or genuine leather upholstery to keep you comfortable, while other available features like ventilated front seats will keep you cool on the hottest days in Texas.

Technology

One of the biggest enhancements to the upcoming 2022 Mercedes-Benz C-Class lineup is the suite of cutting-edge technology features offered throughout. Every model comes with a large 11.9-inch central touchscreen display for the MBUX® infotainment system. Connect your mobile device wirelessly using Bluetooth and enjoy Apple CarPlay and Android Auto compatibility, allowing you to enjoy hands-free calling, messaging, music, apps, maps, and much more. You can control various features either using the touchscreen display or using a built-in voice command system. You can also enjoy other available features through different packages, including a wireless charging pad for your phone, a head-up display that puts vehicle information and alerts right in front of your eyes, and a surround-view camera.

Safety

Every upcoming 2022 Mercedes-Benz C-Class model will come well-equipped with a suite of driver assistance features, including forward collision warning with automatic emergency braking and blind-spot monitoring. On higher trims you can enjoy adaptive cruise control, lane departure mitigation, cross-traffic alert, and much more.

Learn More About the Upcoming 2022 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Models Today

While the 2022 C-Class lineup is still upcoming, we invite you to check out our blog for updates on Mercedes-Benz news. We also invite you to visit us at Mercedes-Benz of Grapevine to see all our new vehicles and learn about financing options today.

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