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Mercedes-Benz C-Class

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Mercedes-Benz C-Class summary

In 2018, Mercedes-Benz revamped its C-Class sedan series with some mid-life updates. The C-Class got rejigged powertrain option and a refreshed fascia. It is introduced with three-trim levels with a downsized diesel engine in states of tune.

The Mercedes Benz C-Class is available in the international markets in both the petrol and diesel variants. Both the variants are available in India as well.

It gets a 1991cc engine with 345.98 bhp, capable of giving a fuel economy of 12.6 kmpl. All variants essentially have an automatic transmission type.

The Mercedes Benz C-Class is loaded with safety features like attention assist, Benz Emergency call, Cross wind assist, eight airbags, LED Daytime Running Lamps, Adaptive Braking technology, Active Brake assist, LED Headlamps and tail lamps and many more.

It also comes with optional features like Car-to-X communication, Active Steering Assist, Active Blind Spot Assist, Congestion Emergency Braking, Surround View System, Parking Damage Detector, LED Intelligent Light System, and much more.

As we mentioned already, Mercedes Benz has done everything to make the C-Class as luxurious as possible. Its comfort highlights include Mercedes me connect, folding rear seat backrests, roller sunblind in right and left rear doors, front wireless charging, all-digital instrument display, 64 color ambient lighting midline sound system, etc.

The Mercedes C-Class Prime and Progressive get a 2.0-liter engine, the petrol version capable of 203PS and 280Nm of torque. The diesel variant gives 194PS and 400Nm of torque.

The AMG Line C300d uses the same engines but is tuned such that it can produce 245PS and 500Nm.

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The all-new Mercedes C-class exterior follows the classic facelift template. It has new headlamps, tail lamps, bumpers and wheels.

Unlike the C250D that it replaces, Mercedes has done a bit more to set this one apart from the lesser C220d. It gets the AMG line body kit—really aggressive bumpers at the front and rear, and the diamond grill, which you previously got only on the AMG c43. It also has higher spec multi-beam LED headlamps, which look at bit different too. You also get larger 18-inch wheels on the C300 D AMG. However, their design makes them look smaller than they actually are.

The changes to the interior are subtle at first. Mercedes has done its best to give you the feel of a luxury car. They have replaced the glossy wood, which was quite prone to scratching, with this nice open-pore wood, which is finished in a really nice dark color in the c300d AMG line. Other AMG line bits include the chunky steering wheel with a flat bottom.

The Mercedes Benz C-Class is offered in four variants: base model Progressive C 200 (Rs. 50.01 Lakh), Top Petrol C300 Cabriolet (Rs. 69.48 Lakh), Top Diesel Progressive C 220d (Rs. 51.74 Lakh), and Top Automatic C300 Cabriolet (Rs. 69.48 Lakh). Mercedes also offers six color options, namely Polar White, Mojave Silver, Obsidian Black, Selenite Grey Metallic, Cavansite Blue Metallic, and Designo Hyacinth Red Metallic.

In the Indian markets, the Mercedes Benz C-Class competes with cars like the BMW 5-Series, BMW 2-Series, and Audi A4.

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Price in India

CityEx Showroom Price
CityEx Showroom Price

New Delhi46,70,000

Kolkata46,70,000

Mumbai46,73,249

Pune46,70,000

Hyderabad46,73,250

Bengaluru46,73,250

Chennai46,70,000

Kochi46,70,000

Patna46,70,000

Mercedes-Benz C-Class COLOR OPTIONS

Mercedes-Benz C-Class PRO’s & CON’s

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  • Things we don’t like

With this entry level car, you get the brand value, trust and class of owning a Mercedes Benz. Let’s admit, owning a 3-pointed star is a different feeling altogether.

It has a stylish, elegant design which one cannot stop admiring.

You get solid build quality, and a five-star safety rating.

The cabin is classy. The dashboard has top-notch features.

It can go from zero to 100 km/h in 5.9 seconds. Plus, it’s Mercedes Benz; you can expect the best driving experience ever. It is very stable even at top speeds, and the braking is smooth and secure.

It’s loaded with top-notch features, including panoramic view, auto-parking etc.

The seat space in the rear is very limited. You can easily get a car with much more comfortable seat spacing in less than one-third the price of Mercedes Benz C-Class.

The boot space will disappoint you as well. It is really small, and has to carry the spare wheel on the floor as well.

Although the ride quality is firm, bad roads will cause you some inconvenience.

SInce it’s Mercedes Benz, you can only get it overhauled at authorised service stations, which are likely to be expensive. Alternatively, you may need a good independent mechanic to maintain this car.

Just like all other luxury cars, the spare parts will come very costly.

Many less expensive cars are there in the market with the same features as this. So you may be paying a lot extra just for the ‘Mercedes Benz’ title.

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Mercedes-Benz C-Class EXPERT REVIEWS

The Mercedes Benz C-Class is a classic style statement.

The seats have a shade of tan leather, exclusive only to the C-300D AMG line. The biggest change to the interior is the new 10.25-inch central screen, which is standard across all models. This screen, unlike the old one, feels really integrated. It comes with the latest version of the Mercedes command infotainment system. Unlike the European versions, the dials are still analog. A nice hooded binnacle surrounds them but it’s missing that last degree of tech finesse that you get in some rivals.

Like the facelifted S-Class, which has a BS-6 compliant six-cylinder engine, this one uses a host of technology: a diesel particulate filter, selective catalytic reduction unit, and Ad Blue supplement, to allow the car to run at BS6 emission levels even today. However, that doesn’t affect the way it drives at all.

The engine is incredibly punchy off the line. Although, that may also have to do with Marc’s incredible 9g tronic 9 speed automatic gearbox. It’s also more refined than its 2.1-liter predecessor. However, it might fail to match the high bar set by the Audi A4. Below 2000rpm, it’s really nice and silent. However, once you extend it beyond, it gets a little bit booming. But the power on this car will delight you. Put your foot down, and within no time, it just starts flying.

The C-Class facelift on the surface is what you would expect from any facelift—new bumpers, wheels, head and tail lamps, some equipment revisions and a spruced-up cabin. It’s only when you start driving that you start appreciating what it’s really about.

Mercedes-Benz C-Class key specification

  • Features
  • Specifications

Body Type Coupe

Fuel Type Petrol

ARAI Mileage 11.9 kmpl

Seating Capacity 4

TransmissionType Automatic

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