New images of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class All Terrain 2022

New images of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class All Terrain 2022

As you know, the new ones can now be purchased in the Spanish market. Mercedes-Benz C-Class All Terrain 2022. The model for now is only marketed with a diesel mechanic, but a little later new proposals will arrive that will surely be able to boost their sales figures. The Mercedes C 220 d Estate All Terrain 4Matic 9G-Tronic starts at 54,523 euros.

On the occasion of its international presentation, the signature of the star shows us today a complete gallery of images. In it we can see from its versatility to its technology, because we must not forget that the new generation of the C-Class in all its variants inherits the best of the also recently released Mercedes-Benz S-Class.

New images of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class All Terrain 2022

The 40 mm increase in ground clearance compared to the conventional version of the C-Class Estate, the 4MATIC all-wheel drive as standard, two programs offroad and larger wheels allow the C-Class All Terrain to move reliably on slightly rough terrain, such as unpaved farm or forest tracks.

What differentiates the Mercedes-Benz C-Class All Terrain 2022?

Between the specific design elements we find a specific radiator grille, the bumpers, the aesthetic protection of the underbody front and rear and the widening of the wheel arches in a matt dark gray color. The new model is also four millimeters longer than the C Estate, reaching a total of 4,755 millimeters.

The width increases by 21 mm due to the widening of the wheel arches, standing at 1,841 mm. The increase in ground clearance by about 40 millimeters also translates into an increase in vehicle height, which now stands at 1,494 millimeters. Standard equipment includes 225/55 R17 tires.

Interior Mercedes-Benz C-Class All Terrain 2022

Next to ECHO, COMFORT, SPORT and INDIVIDUAL, the All Terrain has two additional programs for driving off paved roads: OFFROAD for slightly uneven terrain such as farm tracks, gravel or sand roads; and OFFROAD + with DSR (Downhill Speed ​​Regulation) as a recommended option to move through more rugged areas and with steeper slopes.

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