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that is not a sensible thing to do on a diesel as it will just keep revving until it destroys its self , if its more power etc you want then a good service and a fuel addative would be much more advisable
WHAT YEAR AND MODEL IS YOUR MERCEDES?AN OLD CAMPAIGN WAS JUST RECENTLY
RE-ISSUED PERTAINING TO SEALING BOTTOM DOOR TRIM ON CERTAIN MODELS AND
ADDRESSING RUST ISSUES DUE TO THE SAME.CONTACT A MERCEDED BENZ DEALER FOR MORE INFO.
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class line of compact vehicles
provides the German brand with a price point model for showrooms. The
C-Class enjoys the trickle down effect of the innovations launched in
more expensive Mercedes models such as the E-Class and the S-Class. The
W204-bodied C300 was introduced for the 2008 model year and remains in
production with the same specifications as of the 2011 model year.
The Mercedes-Benz C300 is powered by a naturally aspirated, V6 engine
with 3.0 liters of displacement. This motor has a 24-valve double
overhead cam (DOHC) design with a 3.46-inch bore, a 3.23-inch stroke
and a compression ratio of 11.3:1. Output for this engine is rated at
228 horsepower at 6,000 rpm and 221 pound-feet of torque at 2,700 rpm.
Mercedes offers this compact luxury sedan with a choice of a six-speed
manual or a seven-speed automatic transmission.
The C300 sits on a 108.7-inch wheelbase with an overall body length of
182.3 inches and width of 69.7 inches. The C300 Sport model has an
overall height of 56.3 inches with a 60.4-inch front track and a
59.6-inch rear track, while the C300 Luxury model is 56.9 inches high
with a 60.7-inch front track and a 60.8-inch rear track. Both trim
levels of the Mercedes-Benz C300 offer 35.6-foot turning diameters.
The Mercedes-Benz C300's cabin provides 88.2 cubic feet of passenger
space with a trunk that offers 12.4 cubic feet of luggage room.
Front-seat occupants are provided 37.1 inches of headroom, 41.7 inches
of legroom, 54.7 inches of shoulder room and 52.3 inches of hip room.
Rear-seat passengers are afforded 36.9 inches of headroom, 33.4 inches
of legroom, 55.1 inches of shoulder room and 54.9 inches of hip room.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (HTSA) frontal
impact crash test resulted in four-star ratings (out of a possible five
stars) for driver and passenger protection. This vehicle
also earned a four-star rating in the NHTSA's rollover test, while the
administration's side impact crash test resulted in five-star ratings.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) frontal offset impact
crash test earned the C300 a "Good" overall rating, which is the
highest rating given by the IIHS.