New engines, more features for C-Class
Selected models, such as the C 300, will boast more powerful motors like the 1991cc, 4-cylinder engine capable of producing 180kW and 370Nm.
While the C 220 d gains a 2143cc, 4-cylinder engine with 125kW and 400Nm, 80Nm more torque than the outgoing 1598cc C 200 d, plus two more gears with a 9G-TRONIC nine-speed transmission.
In addition, all variants (except the C 350 e) will receive the Exclusive Line package as found in E-Class models.
Extra inclusions such as 18”, 5 twin-spoke alloy wheels, Agility Control suspension, brown ash open pore wood/silver chrome trim and a Mercedes-Benz bonnet star will come as a no-cost option in all sedan and estate models.
The C 200 and C 200 d will sport an Airpanel radiator grille with adaptive closing function and Artico upholstery while the C 300 and C 250 d will be adorned in leather.
Pricing for the 2017 C-Class range (from):
- $61,900 Mercedes-Benz C 200 Sedan
- $63,400 Mercedes-Benz C 220 d Sedan
- $71,400 Mercedes-Benz C 250 d Sedan
- $69,900 Mercedes-Benz C 300 Sedan
- $75,900 Mercedes-Benz C 350 e Sedan
- $102,611 Mercedes-AMG C 43 Sedan
- $157,211 Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Sedan
- $64,400 Mercedes-Benz C 200 Estate
- $65,900 Mercedes-Benz C 220 d Estate
- $72,400 Mercedes-Benz C 300 Estate
- $73,900 Mercedes-Benz C 250 d Estate
- $78,400 Mercedes-Benz C 350 e Estate
- $105,112 Mercedes-AMG C 43 Estate
- $159,711 Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Estate
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