2020 Mercedes-Benz C-Class vs. 2020 Genesis G70
|2020 Mercedes-Benz C-Class||2020 Genesis G70|
|MPG (City/Highway) *|
|12.6 cu. ft.||10.5 cu. ft.|
|Standard||Available on other styles|
|10.25-in. screen||8.0-in. screen|
2020 Mercedes-Benz C-Class vs 2020 Genesis G70
Serving Milwaukee, WI
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is the sophisticated sedan that Milwaukee’s drivers have been drawn to for more than 27 years. The automaker has consistently improved this compact executive car’s style, power, and features over the years to elevate its appeal. Before you pick out your C-Class, you understandably need to know how this sedan compares to a newcomer like the G70. The Genesis G70 is in the same auto class as the C-Class, and it has only been offered for a couple of years. Which of these sedans will get your full attention?
Every inch of the 2020 Mercedes-Benz C-Class expresses modern elegance. This begins on the front end with teardrop-shaped LED headlights set at an angle to draw attention to the stardust-style grille. From the headlights, stunning curvature edges over the front-wheel fenders before flowing across the side doors. In comparison, the G70 from Genesis has an extensive grille coupled with elongated headlights and lower air vents. This creates an extended look on the front end. The G70 also has relatively level personality lines crossing through the doors.
The C-Class is a genuinely advanced vehicle with technologies and premium materials blending beautifully. The wood and metal accents flow fluidly through the center console and up through the stack. The top of the stack holds a 10.25-inch display screen with smart device integration, a navigation system, and more. The heated steering wheel has touch control pads and is angled perfectly to provide a clear view of the 12.3-inch digital instrumentation gauges. In the G70 for 2020, the center console and stack are wide and have an expected look. The floating display screen sits over large air vents. Three rotary knobs control the cabin’s climate. The instrumentation panel has two traditional gauges and a small digital readout.
If you drive the C-Class, you can appreciate 255 horsepower from a 2.0-liter turbo engine. This model is also available with the AMG® Performance equipment, which takes power and responsiveness to a new level. The 2020 Genesis G70, on the other hand, pulls 252 horsepower from its base engine. It is also available with a superior engine.
Mercedes-Benz of Milwaukee North has an impressive inventory of today’s models for you to explore in person. Our team is thrilled to show off the 2020 C-Class’s luxury and capabilities to you when you drop by soon.
* EPA estimated fuel economy. Compare the estimated mpg to the estimated mpg of other vehicles. You may get different mileage depending on how fast you drive, weather conditions and trip length. Your actual highway mileage will probably be less than the highway estimate.