December 15, 2006


Mercedes-Benz builds last C230 sedan

Workers at Mercedes-Benz' Sindelfingen, Germany plant with the last C230 sedan built on the W203 platform.
Workers at Mercedes-Benz’ Sindelfingen, Germany plant with the last C230 sedan built on the W203 platform. Click image to enlarge

Stuttgart, Germany – Mercedes-Benz has built its last 203 series sedan in Sindelfingen, Germany, in preparation for the world premiere of the new C-Class. The last vehicle, a silver C230 sedan, is destined for a customer in the U.S.

The 203 series was launched in 2000; since then, Sindelfingen has produced about 630,000 units for global sales. The successor to the 202 Series, the 203 was the best-selling C-Class in the company’s history.

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