Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet Summary
|Max Power||255 bhp @ 5800 rpm|
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet Price List in India
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet price start at ₹ 64.26 Lakh. Check out the entire Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet variants on-road price in India. Get more info on Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet new models, videos, latest news, and the up-to-date C-Class Cabriolet four wheeler ex-showroom price.
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet Variants Price
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|1991 cc, Petrol, Automatic, 17.9 kmpl||₹ 64.27 Lakh|
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet Colours
- Mojave Silver
- Selenite Grey
- Brilliant Blue
- Designo Hyacinth Red
- Designo Selenite Grey Magno
- Obsidian Black
- Polar White
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet Highlights
Even in an era where customers are more concerned about their in-car infotainment and connectivity than driving, convertibles are still plying on roads the world over, for they offer a wind-in-the-hair experience like no other. The Mercedes-Benz C300 Cabriolet was first introduced in India back in 2016, and brought with it, four seats and a drop-top – aimed at buyers who like to cruise along the countryside, soaking in the elements. To keep up with the times, Mercedes-Benz have ushered in the 2018 C300 Cabriolet with a host of updates that include revised styling, a BS-VI compliant petrol engine, more colour options to choose from, an updated interior and a few additional features as well. Also, among most of the other convertibles sitting higher up in the segment, the comfortable and refined C300 Cabriolet manages to be one of the most affordable options in the country.
At first, the C-Class Cabriolet looks very similar to the C-Class sedan, particularly from the front. The 2018 model gets a sportier, AMG-style-like front bumper with huge air-intakes, a diamond-like-studded grille, flanked by stylish, wraparound LED headlamps. Along the sides, it has two character lines converging towards each other, with the one above flowing over the rear wheel arch and then intersecting the tail lamps. And the wheel design for the 17-inch alloys looks quite sporty. At the rear, it gets LED tail lamps that look like the ones on the S-Class Cabriolet, and dual exhausts. The car can be had in four shades, with four colour options for the fabric roof too. Also, the roof will unfold in 20 seconds, and when it does, you'll see for yourself just how perfect those frameless windows look.
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet variants are as follows: C300 Cabriolet. Features, as you would expect from something that costs as much as the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet on-road price, include front seats with memory function, satellite navigation, a Burmester surround-sound system, three-colour adjustable ambient lighting, a 10.2-inch infotainment display, a steering with dual touchpad controls, walnut wood trim and park assist. On the safety front, it gets a reversing camera, parking sensors for the front and rear, 8 airbags, ABS, EBD, ESP, EBA and traction control.
In the cabin, there are quite a few details that are shared with the C-Class sedan. The cabin is nothing short of opulent, and the levels of fit and finish are very impressive and right on the price. Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet’s dashboard looks similar to the one on the sedan, and the electrically-adjustable front seats provide good support, while the really cool 'seat belt presenter' has the seat belt extend towards the occupant. The doors open nice and wide, and the front seats slide forward, giving rear passengers a decent amount of legroom. However, headroom could've been better at the back. Boot space is acceptable, but not with the roof down.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cabriolet new model is powered by a BS-VI compliant 2.0-litre petrol engine that produces 241bhp and 370Nm of torque, paired to a 9G-Tronic gearbox. It does the 0-100kph sprint in 6.2 seconds and can reach a top speed of 250kph. The engine pulls effortlessly, and the exhausts sound rather good. Floor the throttle, and you'll be able to hear a subtle rumble from the exhausts. And the gearbox responds well to manual inputs. It comes with five drive modes that adjust steering, engine and transmission characteristics: Eco, Comfort, Sport and Sport+. While Eco and Comfort modes are best used within the city, Sport mode has the engine spinning at high RPMs, and Sport+ results in a very responsive throttle. You can also alter the steering and suspension settings with the help of the Individual mode. The steering feels nice and weighty in Sport mode, but the C300 is more a luxury cabriolet, which means it won't tackle corners with the same vigour as a sports car. Over bad stretches of tarmac, the suspension set-up does a good job in soaking in the bumps.
The Mercedes-Benz C300 Cabriolet's ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figure is rated at 14.49kpl for the petrol model.