The Mercedes-Benz C160 is the new entry-level model in the C-Class lineup. It is powered by one of the smallest engines in the Mercedes range: a turbocharged 1.5-litre inline-4.
And the Mercedes-Benz C160 offers a unique proposition: It is the only Cat A rear-wheel-drive model in its segment, if not in Singapore.
But as the “base” variant, does the C160 still offer enough of the expected “Mercedes” traits expected by buyers? Does it have decent performance? Can it deliver a cossetting ride?
And as the entry-level variant, has its equipment level been pared down?
Our colleagues from sgCarMart take the C160 for a spin to find out all these and more. Will they conclude that the C160 is a “will buy”, “go try” or “won’t buy”?
Watch and find out!