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Mercedes-Benz C-Class

Price: 33.45 lakhs - 1.07 crores
Ex-showroom, New Delhi
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For a loan of 28,43,335 @ 11.5% over 60 months
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Mercedes-Benz C-Class Price by Versions

Mercedes-Benz C-Class comes in following versions with 3 engine and 1transmission and 2 fuel options. Click on a C-Class version name to know on-road price in your city, specifications and features.

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Mercedes-Benz C-Class 200 CGI

1796cc Petrol, Automatic, 10.96 kpl Full Specs | Features

33.45 lakhs

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Mercedes-Benz C-Class Grand Edition

1796cc Petrol, Automatic, 10.96 kpl Full Specs | Features

38.10 lakhs

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Mercedes-Benz C-Class 220 BlueEfficiency

2143cc Diesel, Automatic, 14.83 kpl Full Specs | Features

39.35 lakhs

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Mercedes-Benz C-Class Edition C

2143cc Diesel, Automatic, 14.83 kpl Full Specs | Features

40.50 lakhs

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Mercedes-Benz C-Class Grand Edition CDI

2143cc Diesel, Automatic, 14.83 kpl Full Specs | Features

40.50 lakhs

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Mercedes-Benz C-Class 63 AMG

6208cc Petrol, Automatic, 7.46 kpl Full Specs | Features

1.07 crores

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Discontinued Mercedes-Benz C-Class Versions: Mercedes-Benz C-Class 250 CDI

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Review

Green and clean fuels seem to be the mantra these days. Bio-fuels, hybrids and electric cars are what car manufacturers are leaning towards. The development costs of these technologies are high and the impact of this directly impacts customers. Mercedes-Benz too believes in saving our blue planet (as earth appears when viewed from the space) and recently we saw their Blue-efficiency technology being used in their new cars (Yes, Blue-efficiency won the CarWale Green initiative award). We first saw it on the E350 CDI, and now even the new C200 CGI has been badged with the Blue-efficiency tag. The Blue-efficiency cars have undergone changes in their aerodynamic design, power-trains and have made use of lighter construction materials in some cases. ...read full review Green and clean fuels seem to be the mantra these days. Bio-fuels, hybrids and electric cars are what car manufacturers are leaning towards. The development costs of these technologies are high and the impact of this directly impacts customers. Mercedes-Benz too believes in saving our blue planet (as earth appears when viewed from the space) and recently we saw their BlueEfficiency technology being used in their new cars (Yes, BlueEfficiency won the CarWale Green initiative award). We first saw it on the E350 CDI, and now even the new C200 CGI has been badged with the BlueEfficiency tag. The BlueEfficiency cars have undergone changes in their aerodynamic design, powertrains and have made use of lighter construction materials in some cases.

Design:
The C200 CGI hasn’t undergone any cosmetic changes on its exteriors and interiors. The car comes with the same wide chrome horizontal slats on the front grille (more spaced on the Avantgarde trim with the large central star), sculpted bone line and flared wheel arches. The C-Class had scored a maximum of 5-stars in the EuroNCAP rating, in which the saloon scored these 5-stars in adult occupant protection.

Interiors:
The interiors haven’t changed either. We still miss the Harmon/Kardon Logic 7 music system and to our dismay, the rear seat space (for tall people) is a bit cramped, the left hand side mirror is too small and we also missed the USB port in the sedan. The interiors are well insulated from the outside resulting in barely any sound intruding into the cabin (at speeds in excess of 120kph there is some wind noise) and you don’t even feel speed in the car.

Powertrain:
Mercedes-Benz launched the C-Class with a new engine and badged it as the C200 CGI Blue Efficiency. This sedan replaced the old C200 Kompressor, which is basically a 1.8-litre petrol engine (code name: M271) with supercharger. Now, the new C200 CGI comes with the same 1.8-litre engine block (new code name: M271 Evo) and now has direct injection with spray-guided combustion and a turbocharger.  This new valvetrain has piezo-injectors which help to deliver multiple injections during a power stroke resulting in enhanced performance and the intake manifold can even supply excess air while cruising for improved fuel efficiency.
The 2496cc V6 musters 204bhp@6100rpm and a massive 245Nm from 2900 to 5500rpm. Open the engine bay and you’ll find everything is swathed under plastic, which makes everything look really neat, but will disappoint the people who prefer DIY work. That flat torque curve reflects in the way the car responds to every throttle input – not once did we feel that the car was underpowered. Of course, the A4 with the 3.2 V6 is much faster and has a 60bhp advantage, but that car is scary fast. The C never makes you feel like you’re biting off more than you can chew, it’s just a smooth surge to the redline and the next upshift.
It pootles along in the highest possible gear when driven carefully, never giving a hint of what it is capable of. Floor the throttle, however, and it will not snap your head back, but give you a strong shove in the small of your back, and before you know it, you’ll be doing silly speeds.

Driving Dynamics:
The C200CGI like any other Mercedes-Benz has a smooth and composed ride at both low and high speeds. The seats are very comfortable unfortunately the front row seats aren’t completely electric (we had a similar complaint when we drove theE-Coupe). The lumbar support is adjustable manually. The C200 CGI is a good handler and the C-Class comes with Agility Control suspension which adjusts the shock absorbers according to driving conditions and driving mode. The Agility Control speed sensitive steering feels very artificial however, the car takes up most of the bends well at good speeds. The C-Class comes with either 16” or 17” wheels. The C250 CDI and C250 come with 17-inch tyres, while the C200 CGI is equipped with 205/55/R16 tyres. Our test car ran on Dunlop Sport 01 tyres which gripped well on dry as well as on wet surfaces, however, there was some tyre roar on concrete roads. The brakes on the C200 CGI were good and they bite progressively. The brake pedal felt a bit soggy, but the brakes did their job. In our brake test, the C200 CGI covered 32.2m from a speed of 80kph to come to a complete standstill.

Overall Evaluation:
The Mercedes-Class C200 CGI BlueEfficiency (the cheapest C-Class) costs Rs 28.44lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai) which is a little expensive considering its overall features, but let us not forget that this is also your passport into the elite Three-Pointed Star club. The C200 CGI is the most basic Mercedes-Benz sold in India. It is a perfect car for those wanting it merely to enhance their status in society. In India, Mercedes-Benz is considered to one of the biggest luxury car makers and has a better resale value than most its competition. If a chauffer drives you to work during the day and you are a boy racer by night, this is undoubtedly the Mercedes for you at this price tag.


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Mercedes-Benz C-Class Expert Reviews

Mercedes-Benz C-Class reviews and comparisons by CarWale Experts.

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    Refreshed

    Rahul Ghosh, 31 Aug 2011

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    The C of change

    Rachit Hirani, 02 Jul 2010

    We tested the Mercedes-Benz C200 CGI earlier last month and were quite impressed with the torquey engine and the overall fuel efficiency. Mercedes-Benz currently sells the C200 CGI ...

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Specifications Summary

Engines

1796 cc, Petrol, 186 bhp @ 5600 RPM power

Engines

2143 cc, Diesel, 170 bhp @ 4200 RPM power

Engines

6208 cc, Petrol, 457 bhp @ 6800 RPM power

Gearboxes

7-speed, Automatic, RWD

Seating Capacity

5 seater

Steering

Power steering

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Colours

Mercedes-Benz C-Class is sold in the following colours in India.

  • Obsidian Black
  • Palladium Silver
  • Calcite White

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  • Nice drivers car

    on Mercedes-Benz C-Class by S S Panesar, 30-Dec-2013
    Exterior Quite imperessive all over very nice style. Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) All the required features are present,you feel very easy to drive this master [...]

  • Good value , Great Power , excellent handling

    on Mercedes-Benz C-Class by Amol P, 03-Apr-2013
    Exterior Good looking car , ideal size for Indian cities.  Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Good layout of dials. The car does everything for you. good space for 4 [...]

  • Amazing package

    on Mercedes-Benz C-Class by Naveen, 16-Dec-2012
    Exterior One of the best looking cars in its segment. The body is as strong as a tank and gives you a lot of confidence on highways. Interior (Features, Space & Comfort) Interiors [...]

  • Diesel Rocket !

    on Mercedes-Benz C-Class by Suraj, 29-Mar-2012
    Exterior Clearly the best lookinng car in its segment! The headlamp cluster looks clean and amazing with the single projector and the LED strip. The cornering lights are really [...]

  • Awesome!

    on Mercedes-Benz C-Class by Sarthak Shrivastava, 05-Mar-2012
    Exterior :- They are really nice, great lines, aerodynamics at its best, would be better if had the 220 CDI bumpers in all models, but still its catchy nd attractive   Interior [...]

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