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Mid sized saloon with comfortable ride
I like Mercedes but need to change my C180k automatic. What under 50k miles car would you suggest with as many of the features and build quality of the Mercedes but a suspension to give the most comfortable ride over deteriorating UK road surfaces? Budget £10k - £12k.

Asked on 23 August 2011 by the rev

Answered by Honest John
The W204 C200CDI Classic SE on 16" wheels has the best ride quality of any current C Class.
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