2018 Mercedes-Benz C 300 vs 2018 Lincoln MKZ
Ready to look at your sedan in a whole new light? Mercedes-Benz has delivered on multiple fronts in the past, and now they’re back at it again with the 2018 C-Class. The compact sedan takes on some of the toughest rivals with ease, often winning the battle in terms of performance as well as comfort and convenience. See how it compares here as we look at the 2018 Mercedes-Benz C 300 vs 2018 Lincoln MKZ.
Both vehicles get about the same horsepower and torque, so that battle is even. The separation sets in when you look at the fuel efficiency of each. The C 300 wins in this one pretty easily, meaning you’ll spend less time at the pump. Additionally, it has three extra transmission speeds so you’ll experience smoother gear shifts. See how else they match up in the table below!
2018 Mercedes-Benz C 300 Sedan
2018 Lincoln MKZ Premiere FWD
|24 city/33 hwy mpg*||Fuel Efficiency||21 city/31 hwy mpg|
|9-speed automatic||Transmission||6-speed automatic|
|Optional||Cooled Seats||Not Available|
|Standard||ATTENTION ASSIST®||Not Available|
Specs and Features in the 2018 C 300
Think the name doesn’t matter? Think again. Mercedes-Benz is the world’s oldest automaker. While Lincoln is certainly a quality automaker, they don’t have the legacy that exists behind vehicles with the three-prong star. State of the art technology and constant innovation is what you’ll find when you choose Mercedes-Benz, and none of that is lost in the C 300. Some of the specs and features you’ll find in the C 300 but not in the MKZ include:
- Genuine wood trim
- Leather seating
- Front power lumbar
- Front cooled seats
- Navigational aid
- Vehicle location system
- Power sunroof
- Intelligent cruise control
- Rain sensing wipers
Think the C 300 might be a good choice for you? We’re confident in its ability to change the way you look at driving, and today you can get it at Mercedes-Benz of Gilbert! Our staff will help you find the model that fits your needs without pressuring you, so stop by or schedule a test drive today!
*EPA estimated 33 MPG highway and 24 MPG city with 17.4-gallon fuel tank capacity. You may get different mileage depending on driving conditions.