Mercedes introduced the C-Class Sports Coupé in October 2000 as a three-door hatchback Coupe with a fastback profile, based on the C-Class range. The Coupé had a fastback roofline and functional rear spoiler to provide downforce at high speeds. With an optional panoramic sunroof, the Coupé was seven inches shorter overall than the saloon, while sharing the same wheelbase length.
Initial engines included the C 180, C 220, C 200 Kompressor, and C 230 Kompressor. In 2003, Mercedes-Benz added the C 180 Kompressor, followed by the C 200 CGI in 2003, and finally the C 160 Kompressor in 2005. The C 230 Sport Coupé was powered by a 2.3-litre supercharged, four-cylinder motor
This Mercedes has a fully working Panoramic Black Roof. It also benefits from PAS, Climate Control CD/Radio upgrade, Alloy Wheels, Heated Leather Seats, and Cruise Control. MOT History to back up the mileage. A very clean car.