Evolution is something that is a constant, a progressive phenomenon which is as necessary as it might sound superfluous. The automotive industry remains a prime example of evolution — where many cars go through what is deemed a midlife update — in which the model goes through a phase of enhancing what was already good with the product and ironing out any bugbears that could have been there.

As a result, you can rest assured that buying an updated variant of any vehicle gives you the best version of that model. Mercedes-Benz has done just that with its perennial C-Class, the staple of the brand and a bastion of the local production plant in East London, which has been churning out the model for a number of years. Meet the evolved version of the 2015 model and, while it might not seem obvious, there are a few cosmetic updates done on the outside. For starters, the headlight innards now feature LED technology across the range, while the rear lights also receive the technology to ...

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