Mercedes-Benz C-Class Price List
Mercedes-Benz C-Class launched in India at a starting price of Rs 39.9 Lakh. Check out the Mercedes-Benz C-Class which comes in following versions. Get more info the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class with on road price, mileage, specifications and images. Check mileage of new Mercedes-Benz C-Class with photos. features, colours, comparisons, videos and latest news in India on autoX.
Colors of Mercedes-Benz C-Class
- Polar White
- Mojave Silver
- Obsidian Black
- Selenite grey
- Cavansite Blue
- Designo Hyancith Red
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Mileage
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Highlights
The W205 Mercedes-Benz C-Class can easily be mistaken for being an S-Class from certain angles. What it is, in reality however, is a baby S-Class as it packs in loads of high tech equipment, comes with plush interiors and has elegant looks. For anyone buying a Mercedes-Benz for the first time, the C-Class is sure to have its buyer feel special, and sure of the fact that it is a strong rival in the segment.
At first, in profile, the C-Class appears to be a baby S-Class, which is no bad thing. Up-front, it gets a huge, sporty two-bar grille that has the big star in the middle. The distinctive LED headlamps look modern, and the front bumper looks quite sharp. The mildly raised bonnet and the sharp line in the middle give the C-Class a chunky look at the front. Along the side, there are quite a couple of creases and curves that remind you of the S-Class. From the rear however, the boot appears stubby with details like the tail lamps and curved rear bumper looking similar to the ones on the S-Class.
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class variants are as follows: Prime C220d, Progressive C200, Progressive C220d and AMG Line C300d. Features include auto climate control, satellite navigation, panoramic sunroof, 13-speaker Burmester hi-fi system, rear-view camera, Bluetooth connectivity, LED ambient cabin lighting, a 10.25-inch infotainment screen, paddle-shifters and LED lights. On the safety front, it gets seven airbags, active parking assist with Parktronic and Reversing camera, ABS, EBD and traction control.
Even inside the C-Class, there are some bits and bobs lifted off the S-Class. The centre console gets a wooden finish, while the design of the dashboard looks solid and well built. The steering, with its circular central boss, feels nice to hold. And the instrument cluster boasts of simplistic dials and an informative multi-info screen. The front seats are huge and supportive, and the side bolstering provides ample cushioning. The front seats are electrically adjustable and feature a memory function too. At the back, there is a good amount of legroom and decent headroom as well. And the rear seats provide good comfort as well.
Engine Specifications & Performance
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is powered by a 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine that produces 181bhp and 280Nm of torque and a BS-VI-compliant 2.0-litre diesel engine available in two states of tune: a 192bhp motor that makes 400Nm of torque and a 241bhp motor that makes 500Nm of torque. While the former is paired to a 7-speed automatic gearbox, the latter is synced to 9-speed automatic gearbox. We drove the 220d variant, and found it to be very refined. As the revs build, the engine sounds nice and sporty. There is very little lag, and power delivery is linear. Mid-range performance is strong, and the 9-speed gearbox is super-quick in terms of response. At high speeds, the car is composed and though the ride is a bit on the firm side, the C-Class deals with bad roads very well. The steering is well-weighted and makes the C-Class fun to drive.
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class' ARAI-certified fuel efficiency figure is rated at 14kmpl for the C 220d diesel model, and 12kmpl for the C200 petrol model.