Inden Design Mercedes-Benz C-Class W205 front 3/4 view

Inden Design Mercedes-Benz C-Class Looks the Business

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Until recently, the C-Class served as Mercedes-Benz’s smallest, most modestly-priced sedan. However, with the arrival of the CLA (based on the third-generation front-drive A-Class hatchbacks), the C was presented with room to grow. And grow it has, both in size and sophistication.

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This is not to say, of course, that the new C (codenamed W205) is everybody’s idea of automotive perfection. Enter stage left Inden Design, which has made something of a habit of making Mercs old and new look substantially sharper than stock. The company’s kit for the latest C-Class is no exception, with pseudo-AMG bumpers front and rear, plus more substantial side skirts. The meaner stance is further enhanced by lowering springs that cut ride height by 1.8-inches and a set of 20” rollers from Barracuda Racing Wheels. Inden Design is also working on a coilover kit that should sharpen the smallish Benz’s handling as well as reducing its altitude.

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But if all you’re into is looks (Don’t lie; you only clicked on this article because of the leggy blonde.), you won’t have to spend a fortune to get them. Inden Design has priced its body kit for the new C-Class at roughly $2,800, which is mighty reasonable if you ask us. Of course, there’s a good chance the body kit will only serve as a gateway drug to other, more costly modifications down the road. At least this habit won’t leave you catatonic under a freeway overpass with a needle in each arm.

Source: Inden Design



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