Mercedes-Benz has officially unveiled the wagon version of the 2015 C-Class.
Mercedes-Benz has officially unveiled the wagon version of the 2015 C-Class. From the B-pillar forward, the C-Class wagon is nearly identical to the sedan, but as you move further back the C-Class wagon gets a sloping roof line, a curved D-pillar and horizontal taillights.
At 185 inches long, the C-Class wagon has 17.3 cubic feet of trunk space, which can be expanded to 53.3 with the second row seats folded down. Under the hood, the C-Class wagon will be offered with a range of four-cylinder engines that are also offered in the sedan. In Europe buyers can choose from three gas engines with the top version generating 211 horsepower, while two diesels are available with 170 or 204 horsepower. A hybrid is also in the works, but a C63 AMG wagon is not in the cards this time.
Unfortunately the C-Class wagon is not going to be offered in the U.S., even though it could compete with models like the BMW 3-Series and Volvo V60. Mercedes-benz is reportedly working on a hatchback version of the C-Class that will compete with the 3-Series GT in the U.S.