Mercedes C-Class Wagon by Brabus

Mercedes C-Class Wagon by Brabus

German tuning garage Brabus has went a different way, choosing to upgrade the Mercedes C-Class wagon. Put through a thorough program, the wagon now shows off engine tuning, a suspension upgrade, aero-kit, and custom wheels; there’s some work inside the cabin, as well. 

Depending on what you drive, the Brabus Mercedes C-Class Wagon received the PowerXtra B25.2 for the 250 petrol engine  – 34 hp and 50 Nm extra. The PowerXtra B18.2 was developed for the turbocharged gasoline engine, adding an extra 21 hp and 50 Nm of torque to the C180 and 41 hp and 30 Nm to the C200. The PowerXtra D3 package is meant for the C220 diesel – 35 hp and 50 Nm, while the PowerXtra D4 for the C250, adding an extra 30 hp and 50 Nm.

On the styling front, this AMG Sport model features a titanium gray front spoiler, diffuser-look rear bumper, side skirts, and four chrome-plated tailpipes of the BRABUS sports exhaust system. You’l probably notice the 20-inch BRABUS Monoblock F cross-spoke alloy set. Customers may also opt out for BILSTEIN suspension, reducing ride height by 30 mm.

On the inside, the Brabus Mercedes C-Class Wagon comes with custom accessories, including aluminum pedals, speedometer with scales up to 340 km/h (211 mph) and high-quality velour floor mats featuring the BRABUS logo. Let’s not forget about the BRABUS fine leather interiors and breathable leather and Alcantara. What’s not to love?

Mercedes C-Class Wagon by Brabus

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