Delving into the arena of luxury cars, one cannot ignore the iconic and stylish Mercedes-Benz C-Class Wagon – particularly the W203/S203/Cl203 5-door wagon. This particular model, produced between 2004 and 2007 under the Wagon series, was a part of the C-Class’ third generation overhaul. Bearing the trim of ‘C 320 CDI MT’, it was designed for those who understood the true essence of luxury, without compromising on practicality. The wagon body type, paired with a seating capacity of five, ensured ample space for both passengers and cargo, illustrating how the German automaker elegantly balanced functionality with lavishness.
Under the hood, the ‘C 320 CDI MT’ employed a common rail injection system with a diesel engine. Such engines utilize a ‘common rail’ that supplies fuel to the injectors, leading to efficient fuel usage and overall better performance. The engine is a V-type and composed of six cylinders, each with four valves, and a turbo boost to further enhance the wagon’s power. This setup allows the vehicle to produce an impressive horsepower of 224 at 3800rpm. All these features, coupled with the presence of an intercooler, make it a powerhouse performer in the Wagon segment.
When it comes to performance, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class W203/S203/Cl203 [redesign] wagon doesn’t disappoint. Sporting a rear-wheel-drive system paired with a six-speed manual transmission, it ensures an engaging and straightforward driving experience. The wagon also features a robust fuel tank capacity of 16 gallons, supporting its eco-friendly diesel engine. Thanks to these features, the car can accomplish an acceleration of 0 to 60 miles/hour in 13 seconds and a top speed of 152 mph. Further enhancing its stability and road grip, the wagon boasts an independent, multi-wishbone, spring and stabilizer bar back suspension system, reinforcing Mercedes’ commitment to safety and comfort in all its vehicles.