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Mercedes increases spec on C and E-class models

SPECIFICATION on Mercedes-Benz C and E-class models increases this month with just six models in the latter's range increased in price as a result. Air conditioning is to be added to the C200, C250 Turbodiesel and C230 Kompressor; all C-class models will be fitted with acceleration skid control, adjustable steering column, high-capacity battery and alternator and a passenger footwell storage net.

In addition Classic, Esprit and Sport models are equipped with rear electric windows and front armrests and Elegance models will receive exit lights in the front doors and illuminated vanity mirrors. Also from June production, an estate version of the C230 Kompressor will be added to the C-class range. It will cost £27,970 on the road in Classic and Esprit trim and £30,020 for Elegance and Sport models.

E-class models will feature air conditioning as standard on the E200 and the rear middle seat on saloons will be fitted with a three-point seatbelt and headrest. All Elegance and Avantgarde models will be boosted by electric folding side mirrors, headlamp wash jets and a rain sensor.

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