The Momentum Girls Drive and Review the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe
We’ve been having so much fun working on an ongoing review series for Baker Motor Company. Our Social Media Manager Julia Melvin and our Events and Content Manager Megan Busch have driven around town in a Porsche 718 Boxster, an Infiniti QX60, a Jaguar F-PACE, a Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Convertible, and now a Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe. This week, they gathered photos for Baker Motor Company’s social media and composed a blog reviewing the new C-Class.
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Swift and Affordable, Sporty and Chic: A Review of the 2017 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe
By Megan Busch
I’m not a girl who knows a ton about cars. I’ve driven Jeeps all my life (as has my mother), and I really haven’t veered off that track—ever. So, I’ve teamed up with the group at Baker Motor Company to try new things, namely cars outside my norm. A few times each month, I’ll be driving one of Baker’s cars and letting you know what I think. This isn’t going to be a series of Car and Driver or Motor Trend reviews. It’s just a girl sharing her honest opinion about some nifty vehicles.
As you can probably imagine, it’s difficult to suppress high expectations when I hop into any ol’ two-door car after driving the Porsche 718 Boxster. As I grabbed the keys to a Mercedes-Benz C-Class Coupe, I wondered what was going to be special about this particular sporty car and what would grab my attention. Essentially, what would make this vehicle better than the Boxster?
The C-Class wasn’t a Boxster, but I really liked that it wasn’t trying to be. It didn’t have an engine that roared louder and more powerfully than a Mac truck. It wasn’t a convertible, and it wasn’t a two-seater. The C-Class aimed to be more practical, which as a consumer, I can fully appreciate. It’s not striving to be the fastest, the most powerful, or the absolute most luxurious, but it takes the average coupe and makes it desirable, comfortable, and fun (not to mention, relatively affordable).
Read the full review on the Baker Motor Company blog.