Unlike the US, Canada was privy to the superb W205 wagon.
The reason is simply a lack of worthwhile volume.
The car, on the other, is very worthwhile.
Canada doesn’t usually get vehicles that are not offered in the US. If it does, they usually are of the smaller sort. For example, the smart fortwo was available in Canada ahead of the US. In the case of the W205 Mercedes-Benz C-Class wagon, it was never offered in the US. Now, as Benz prepares to launch the new W206 2022 C-Class, we’ve learned that its estate iteration will not set tire on our continent, period.
We’ve had the distinct pleasure of reviewing both the C 300 and AMG C 43 over the last few years and, in our opinion, they are without a shadow of a doubt not only more interesting than their sedan siblings, but far more exclusive. In fact, in the premium entry-level segment, only Audi has something similar in the A4 Allroad, which will henceforth go on unchallenged.
It’s difficult to argue with Mercedes-Benz when attempting to preserve the C-Class estate in the country. Benz has seemingly countless product lines, including the very popular GLA, GLB, and GLC SUVs, that there’s no point in advertising and keeping such a low-volume vehicle.
If you were debating the purchase of a new 2021 Mercedes-Benz C-Class wagon, the time to take action is here.