The Mercedes-Benz C-Class continues with the manufacturer’s tradition of creating a vehicle that is high on comfort and refinement, according to a reviewer.
Writing for the Dumfries and Galloway Standard, Peter Hayward reveals that the C-Class Estate has an inside that is "svelte and sophisticated".
Furthermore, buyers of the vehicle will benefit from a larger boot than other models in its class.
In terms of what can be achieved on the road, Mr Hayward indicates that the "acceleration through the gears is brilliant", with the long travel clutch proving "light and easy".
Meanwhile, the vehicle is said to be "superb" when it comes to motorway cruising.
He added that the acceleration was that good from the 1.8-litre supercharged engine that he was interested to see what conclusions could be drawn from the model’s larger engine sizes.
A review of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class by Fifth Gear stated that the quality of materials used and the way they fit together is a "welcome" improvement to past offerings in the range.