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    C207 E-Class Coupe getting facelift for 2014 model year, spy shots/pictures - Ditching separated headlights for single design

    You should know by now that the E-Class is going away from its separated headlights and to a single style headlight. This change will not just be for the sedan and wagon as shown in spy photos but the C207 E-Coupe will also be getting a similar facelift. A bit of a bummer that Mercedes is ditching the signature headlight design element of the E-Class which makes this move feel like change for the sake of change.

    Spyphotos of the facelifted C207 showing a single piece instead of separated headlight assembly are below. The grille and front and rear bumpers hidden under camouflage also will be changed/updated.

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    I'm not crazy about Mercs, but that separated headlight design really killed their look. Glad they've decided to ditch it & go back to what works.
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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by benzy89 Click here to enlarge
    I'm not crazy about Mercs, but that separated headlight design really killed their look. Glad they've decided to ditch it & go back to what works.
    I disagree, now the cars will blend together more.

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