Mercedes-Benz C-Class W204/S204, a wagon from 2007 to 2012, was an embodiment of German-defined luxury and convenience. The wagon series represents a car body type that is known for its spacious seating capacities and comfort, making it a popular choice among families and road trip enthusiasts. With the Mercedes-Benz signature design and features, the C200 Cdi At trim came with a seating capacity of five, this five-door luxury wagon indeed offered robust performance, combined with unparalleled elegance and luxury.
At the heart of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class W204/S204 wagon is a common rail diesel engine, known for its streamlined efficiency and impeccable power output that without compromising on fuel efficiency. The inline-4 cylinder engine is turbocharged with four valves per cylinder, promising smooth drive and even power distribution. With a cylinder bore of 3.432 and a stroke cycle mm of the same, the engine is designed to offer a balance of performance and efficiency. And with the presence of an intercooler, the engine is assured of optimal operating temperature, reducing the risk of overheating and enhancing durability. The engine produces a max power of 136 Hp at 4200 rpm and has the turnover of maximum torque at 3000 Rpm.
This variant of Mercedes Benz C-Class Wagons was outfitted with a 5 gear, automatic transmission, making gear shifts smooth and almost unnoticeable to enhance driving comfort. Its rear-wheel drive configuration delivers dynamic handling and performance on the toughest of terrains. With a fuel tank capacity of 17 gallons, this wagon promises longer rides without frequent stops. The acceleration of this Mercedes is from 0 to 60 Mph in 17 seconds and a top speed of 127 Mph. Its suspension system uses an independent, multi wishbone set-up enhanced with the stability of a spring and a stabilizer bar, offering super smooth rides even on uneven terrains. As with all Mercedes cars, this diesel-powered wagon ensures that luxury and performance go hand in hand.