Mercedes-Benz phasing out coupes, convertibles and wagons

February 6, 2023

Within the halls of Mercedes-Benz, money appears to be on the minds of many people; specifically, “How can we make more of it while spending less?” The answer to that question for them, for now, sounds like less complexity and fewer slower-selling variants. Compared to SUVs and crossovers, wagons and coupes were never going to win out. So starting next year Mercedes will phase out coupes and wagons in the U.S. and abroad, slashing its model lineup by more than half from 33 models down to just 14. The first two to get the chop will be the C-Class and E-Class coupe and convertible models, which will be replaced by just one model, the CLE-Class, including coupe and convertible body styles. That’s not all for the C-Class, too; the C-Class wagon will be gone from Europe sometime around 2028. Read original article here.

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