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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Price

    Mercedes-Benz C-Class price for the base model starts at Rs. 57.00 Lakh and the top model price goes upto Rs. 62.00 Lakh (Avg. ex-showroom). C-Class price for 3 variants is listed below.

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    1496 cc, Petrol, Automatic (TC), 201 bhp
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Car Specifications

    Fuel TypePetrol & Diesel
    Engine1496 cc & 1993 cc
    Power and Torque197 to 261 bhp & 300 to 550 Nm
    DriveTrainRWD
    Acceleration5.7 to 7.3 seconds
    Top Speed245 to 250 kmph

    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Summary

    Price

    Mercedes-Benz C-Class price ranges between Rs. 57.00 Lakh - Rs. 62.00 Lakh depending on the variant selected.

    Variants

    The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is available in three variants including C200, C220d, and C300d.

    Market introduction:

    The new Mercedes-Benz C-Class was launched in India on 10 May, 2022.

    Engine and specification:

    Powering the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class is a 1.5-litre, four-cylinder, turbo-petrol engine and a 2.0-litre, four-cylinder diesel engine. The former is available in the C200 guise, producing 201bhp and 300Nm of torque, while the latter is offered in the C220d and C300d guise, producing 197bhp and 440Nm of torque, and 261bhp and 550Nm of torque, respectively. Also on offer is a 48V mild-hybrid system that produces 20bhp and 200Nm. A nine-speed automatic transmission is standard across the range.

    Exterior design:

    On the outside, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class features sleeker LED headlamps with integrated LED DRLs, a set of new split LED tail lights, and new 18-inch alloy wheels.

    Interior and features:

    Inside, the new-gen Mercedes-Benz C-Class will come equipped with a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a fully-digital instrument cluster, the latest MBUX 7 connectivity, a flat-bottom steering wheel with Nappa leather, and biometric authentication via fingerprint and voice.

    Colours:

    The new Mercedes-Benz C-Class is available in six colours that include Selenite Grey, Mojave Silver, High-tech Silver, Manufaktur Opalite White, Cavansite Blue, and Obsidian Black.

    Seating capacity:

    The Mercedes-Benz C-Class has a seating capacity of five occupants.

    Rivals:

    Rivals to the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class include the Audi A4, BMW 3 Series, and the Jaguar XE. 

    How is the Mercedes-Benz C-Class car?

    • Pros

      • Beautiful design - Looks younger, more athletic and distinctly different than before
      • Driving dynamics - Taut ride but settled and absorbent, quick and progressive steering
      • Peppy engines - Enough grunt on tap to keep one involved, unrestricted fun on the go
      • Comfortable, spacious - Roomier at the rear than before, distinct S-Class flavour
      • Feature-packed - Name the function, and the new C-Class will almost certainly have it
    • Cons

      • Boot - The spare tyre eats into the usable space and ultimately ruins it altogether
      • Ingress - After being spoilt by SUVs, the C-Class isn't the easiest to get in/out of
      • Ride is a tad noisy - One can hear/feel the suspension thump over sharp-edged bumps 

    Mercedes-Benz C-Class 2024 Verdict

    The C-class is for the driving enthusiast who is concerned about running costs and wants way more bang for his/her buck. Even as a car, the new C is a step up over the car it replaces, be it space, design, the feel-good factor, or luxury. As for it being a baby S; yes, it is, but only in parts.

    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Car Review

    We get behind the wheel of fifth generation W206 C-Class and this time with petrol power

    What is it?

    7.5

    / 10
    Left Front Three Quarter

    For many years, if you wanted to enter the Mercedes India eco-system from the entry end of things, the C-Class was the car that got you in the door. It had all the traits of its bigger siblings but in a smaller package suited to its position in the Mercedes hierarchy. However, with the entry of the ‘A’ models, the C-Class had moved up over the last decade and had thus graduated to what Mercedes has now termed, in this latest generation, as a baby S-Class. 

    Left Side View

    Earlier this year, when Mercedes launched the car in India, we had a chance to drive the top-spec C300 diesel with the AMG styling pack, and now we have driven the ‘entry-level’ C200 petrol. Where the AMG line gave the car a sporty look, this is a bit more subtle. It plays into the automaker’s ethos of a design language that can lend itself to being loud or flying under the radar simultaneously. Don’t get me wrong, at 4.7-metres, it’s not a small car by any measure but flies under thanks to the clean lines and chunky design elements.  

    Up front, the Mercedes three-pointed grille stands proud in the middle with the arrow-shaped headlamps flanking it on either side, while in profile, you can see the S-Class profile. This is most visible in the long front, stubby boot and flared wheel arches above the 17-inch wheels. At the rear, you can see the S-Class-esque arrow-like tail lamps, subtle spoiler and upward stance of the whole rear end. 

    Left Rear Three Quarter

      

    Is the cabin any good?

    8

    / 10
    Dashboard

    If the exterior felt a bit under the radar, the cabin and its feature list certainly make up for that in terms of what they offer. Our media vehicle had been trimmed out in a combination of beige over black with some very nice detailing on the dashboard, giving off speed boat vibes. Some of these elements include the striped pattern on the wood finish, the shape of the air vents and the glossy centre console. They give the cabin a very modern look though a large number of glossy surfaces does mean it will attract dust and fingerprints quite quickly. Thanks to the high quality of plastics, everything feels nice to touch, with all buttons and controls relatively easy to access and memorize. The response from the capacitive buttons on the steering has significantly improved since this feature was introduced on the S-Class four years ago and should set the ball rolling for steering-mounted controls of the future. 

    Infotainment System

    The massive 12.3-inch portrait-oriented display is large, bright and actually very easy to use, with quick paths to all the functions. What’s more, you get a host of driver information with really nice graphics making you feel like you are in a video game. The electrically adjustable front seats offer a good amount of bolstering, though, personally, I found the cushioning a bit too firm for my liking despite having an electric adjustment that lets you get to the exact position you want. This could also be down to the fact that we have all gotten used to the high seating stance offered by SUVs, and, thus, it feels strange to sit low and stretched out.  

    Left Side View

    As rear seat spaces go, this one is very comfortable, with more than enough legroom and shoulder room. However, headroom feels perceptibly less due to how the roof is designed and the presence of a panoramic sunroof. The C-Class might have grown in size compared to its predecessor, but it is still not the largest car in terms of numbers, with that honour going to the BMW 3 Series Gran Limousine. One of the downsides of the cabin is that a full-sized spare wheel in the boot has eaten almost all available space making you have to choose between luggage and a spare tyre if the need arises.   

    Dashboard

    The C-Class comes back into the game with its feature list even on this ‘entry-level’ C200 petrol….well, almost. You get the 12.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system, digital instrument cluster, dual-zone climate control with rear vents, power front seats, rear sun blinds, TPMS, connected car technology, auto park, Mercedes Pre-safe, seven airbags, rain sensing wipers, active brake assist, multiple shades for the ambient lighting, reverse camera with front and rear parking sensors and a full-LED light package. On All of this is fine and is expected from a car in this segment, but we would have also liked a 360-degree camera, ADAS, a separate climate zone for the rear seat, and a power boot opening with a foot operation function. 

    Roof Mounted Controls/Sunroof & Cabin Light Controls

    Is it nice to drive?

    7.5

    / 10
    Dashboard

    The C200 is powered by a 1.5-litre four-cylinder petrol engine producing 201bhp/300Nm and mated to a nine-speed automatic transmission powering the rear wheels. All Mercedes cars in India now get a 48V mild-hybrid system, dubbed EQ boost, as standard. Adequate is perhaps the best term I could use to describe this engine. It’s not the most powerful in the C-Class range and needs some coaxing if you want performance out of it and this is despite a very well-tuned nine-speed gearbox. At city speeds, the engine is more than capable and will do well if you leave it alone to do its thing in the background without manual intervention. However, up the ante, and you easily feel that it could have done with at least another 100-150Nm of torque for better acceleration and better use of the nine-speed box’s cruising ability. 

    Left Front Three Quarter

    It’s also hard to tell when the hybrid system adds to the mix and how much of an extra punch it is actually providing. That said, it will get the job done if you need to do long stretches on the highway and probably provide a good fuel efficiency figure too. As a car to drive, the steering response is reasonably fast but very accurate. It also weighs up very nicely as you go faster, giving you the confidence to drive dynamically if the ‘need’ arises. Despite the large size, the C-Class has the ability to shrink around you and feel much smaller and tighter, and this is despite average visibility from the rear window due to the way it is designed.  

    If playing around with settings is your thing, then you get three driving modes Eco, Comfort and Sport which alter the throttle, ESP and steering response with noticeable differences. You can even mix and match the settings of the steering, ESP and throttle to find a specific way to set up the car to suit your driving style. The C-Class rides very nicely, absorbing almost everything in its path without much of a struggle, and this may also be down to the fact that this car gets 17-inch wheels while the more powerful C300d and C220d ride on 18-inch wheels. 

    Right Side View

    There’s a nice balance between ride quality and being firm enough to be responsive when you need to up the speed. Even on deep ruts and potholes, very little is sent back into the cabin, and the suspension settles quickly once you have crossed the obstacle. What we would have liked is the ability to raise the ride height so that you don’t clench/weave around large speed breakers. 

    Should you buy it?

    7.5

    / 10
    Rear View

    Yes. If you want a large sedan with a three-pointed star, reasonably filled with features and decent punch, then this C-Class C200 petrol is the star for you. If you are willing to spring more and go for the more industrial fuel, then look at the diesel versions as you get everything here but with more punch for each buck.  

    The Mercedes-Benz C-Class C200 at the time of this review was priced at Rs 63.25 lakh (on-road) and rivals the BMW 3 Series 330i Gran Limousine and the Audi A4.

    Pictures by Kapil Angane and Kaustubh Gandhi

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    Engine (cc)
    1496 to 1993
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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class 2024 is available/sold in the following colours in India.

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    Mercedes-Benz C-Class Mileage

    Mercedes-Benz C-Class mileage claimed by owners is 17.5 kmpl.

    PowertrainUser Reported Mileage
    Petrol - Automatic (TC)

    (1496 cc)

    17.5 kmpl
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    • Superb c-class
      Buying experience good Service and maintenance good Driving experience good C-class looking good and interior good Mercedes Benz company good services and customer service friendly
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    • Worthy
      Comfortable and the stabilization at tops are just awesome Pros Good looking Comfortable Value for money Tech loaded Futuristic Cons Fuel economy Very low ride challenge for Indian roads
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    • Awesome car
      So much comfortable and good looking comfortable for a long drive without jerk so much love this car and its so much awesome this is my dream car always i love the black color ..
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    • The limousine in a sedan's body
      The staff was quite helpful but did not let me do a test drive at the showroom, the driving experience is great but the car wobbles a bit going over 190-200 on a highway. It is a high-maintenance vehicle. Overall a good luxury vehicle.
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    • worst car bought best car award
      I have mentioned point-wise issues with the car - it's a huge mistake of buying the c200, the car is underpowered, has erratic engine behaviour, poor milage, loud braking noise, bad mileage, this should be the worst car of the year rather than the best award that they bought
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    FAQs About Mercedes-Benz C-Class

    Price
    Q: What is the avg ex-showroom price of Mercedes-Benz C-Class base model?
    The avg ex-showroom price of Mercedes-Benz C-Class base model is Rs. 57.00 Lakh which includes a registration cost of Rs. 781320, insurance premium of Rs. 223797 and additional charges of Rs. 2000.

    Q: What is the avg ex-showroom price of Mercedes-Benz C-Class top model?
    The avg ex-showroom price of Mercedes-Benz C-Class top model is Rs. 62.00 Lakh which includes a registration cost of Rs. 974100, insurance premium of Rs. 270540 and additional charges of Rs. 2000.

    Performance
    Q: What is the real world mileage of Mercedes-Benz C-Class?
    As per users, the mileage came to be 17.5 kmpl in the real world.

    Q: What is the top speed of Mercedes-Benz C-Class?
    Mercedes-Benz C-Class has a top speed of 250 Kmph.

    Specifications
    Q: What is the seating capacity in Mercedes-Benz C-Class?
    Mercedes-Benz C-Class has a seating capacity of 5 people.

    Q: What are the dimensions of Mercedes-Benz C-Class?
    The dimensions of Mercedes-Benz C-Class include its length of 4751 mm, width of 1820 mm and height of 1437 mm. The wheelbase of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class is 2865 mm.

    Features
    Q: Is Mercedes-Benz C-Class available in 4x4 variant?
    No, Mercedes-Benz C-Class doesn't come with four wheel drive option.

    Safety
    Q: How many airbags does Mercedes-Benz C-Class get?
    The top Model of Mercedes-Benz C-Class has 7 airbags. The C-Class has driver, front passenger, 2 curtain, driver knee, driver side and front passenger side airbags.

    Q: Does Mercedes-Benz C-Class get ABS?
    Yes, all variants of Mercedes-Benz C-Class have ABS. ABS is a great accident prevention technology, allowing drivers to steer while braking hard.

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