C-Class Limited Edition


Mercedes-Benz C-Class

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Sedan

Mercedes-Benz USA designed a special edition version of its 2008 C350 Sport Sedan. The goal is to raise funds for Saks Fifth Avenue’s KEY TO THE CURE, a women’s cancer initiative dedicated to finding new detection methods and treatments. MBUSA expects to contribute $1 million through the sale of 1,000 exclusive C-Class vehicles. Over the past five years MBUSA has supported Saks Fifth Avenue and has raised over $5 million.

Funds raised for Saks Fifth Avenue’s KEY TO THE CURE will benefit more than 50 charitable programs nationwide

The C350 Sport Sedan combines 268 horsepower from a 3.5 liter V6 with an exclusive Sahara Beige and Black leather interior to create a Special Edition for Saks Fifth Avenue’s KEY TO THE CURE.

“We’re pleased to be able to take advantage of that enthusiasm in support of a cause that touches so many lives.”
said Steve Cannon, vice president of marketing for Mercedes-Benz USA.

The Special Edition C350 is equipped with:

Obsidian Black Metallic Paint
18 inch AMG twin-spoke wheels
Navigation, Harman Kardon sound system, DVD changer, Voice Control
iPod Integration Kit
AMG lower bodywork and rear spoiler, sport sedan interior elements including gauges, sport steering wheel and pedals, as well as Black Birdseye Maple trim. Larger than past C-Class models, with a greater emphasis on driving dynamics, comfort and safety, the new 2008 C-Class also includes an impressive list of standard equipment, including: power sunroof, eight-way power front seats with lumbar support, two-zone automatic climate control, Bluetooth connectivity and an LCD display screen with a central controller. SIRIUS satellite radio, heated front seats, rain sensor, garage door opener, and power-folding and auto dimming mirrors are also included.

The Special Edition C350 Sport Sedan will be displayed at Saks Fifth Avenue stores during the KEY TO THE CURE nationwide shopping weekend (Oct. 18-21, 2007).

Saks Fifth Avenue initiated its shopping weekend in 1999. Since then, the company has donated over $23 million to women’s cancer research and treatment organizations throughout the United States.


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