We're always pleased to have an example of the quirky but pretty, rear wheel drive Mercedes-Benz C-Class Sports Coupe (Model CL203) in stock.
The C-Class Sports Coupe is, to our eyes at least, a more attractive alternative to compact competitors from BMW and Audi. It was a bit of a break of tradition for Mercedes-Benz when it was launched in 2001, being the first time that there had been a coupe in the C-Class line-up. With its distinctive fastback styling and split rear screen, the three-door vehicle successfully established itself within the model family as a popular choice amongst younger buyers.
It proved to be an impressive conquest model for Mercedes Benz- by the end of production approximately 320,000 customers had chosen a Sports Coupé (and it's revamp replacement the CLC), with around 70 percent of them new customers to Mercedes-Benz. It’s still a distinctive design, good to drive and has the kind of cachet three-pointed star buyers crave.