Mercedes Benz C-class sedan has borrowed a lot of styling and design cues from the S-class.
German luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz launched new generation C-Class sedan in India at a price of Rs 40.9 lakh. Initially only the petrol variant will be available and the company plans to launch the diesel variant next year.
C-class sedan looks very much similar to S class as it has borrowed a lot of styling and design cues from it. The C-Class features a long bonnet that merges into the twin-slat grille. It has head-lamps, a low stance and short front overhangs. The car’s tail lamps, rear bumper, boot lid and rear bumper are an imitation of the S-Class.
Mercedes Benz C-Class offers best-in-class cabin space and features. The vehicle gets a bigger panoramic sunroof and panoramic glass in the rear, LED ambient cabin lighting with the option to select three colours, reversing camera, panoramic sliding sunroof, keyless starting function and a 480 litre boot. Other features include electric seat adjustment with memory for both the front seats, a TFT touch screen with 3D navigation and a 13 speaker Burmester surround sound system.
Under the hood Mercedes-Benz C-Class is powered by a 2 litre, four-cylinder, turbocharged petrol engine with direct injection, said to be the most powerful engine in its class. The engine delivers 181 hp of power at 5,500 rpm, and a maximum torque of 300 Nm, between 1,200-1,400 rpm, and has a top speed of 235 km/h. The engine is mated to a 7 speed automatic transmission and has a claimed fuel efficiency of 14.74 km per litre.
On the safety front, the car comes with 7 airbags, ESP with curve dynamic assist, ABS, ARS (traction control) and brake assist. In addition to these features, the C-Class gets Hill Start Assist and a fuel saving Start/Stop function.
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Price in India Rs 40.9 lakh