More choice.

We’re pleased to announce the new engines for the C-Class including the exciting new C 300 d & C 180 engines.

 

Discover the C-Class range.              Book a test drive.

A Stylish Makeover

The most successful model series from Mercedes-Benz is entering its fifth year in production with extensive modifications. The design of the exterior and interior benefits from a stylish makeover. The electronic architecture is completely new. The customer benefits from a user experience with an optionally fully digital instrument display and multimedia systems with tailor-made information and music. The assistance systems are now at the level of the S‑Class.

Power and efficiency: completely new range of engines.

To accompany these cosmetic and technological innovations, the new C-Class will enter the market with completely new engines; including a new generation of four-cylinder petrol engines.

This makes a total of more than 50 models of the new C-Class family available – 30 saloons and estates as well as 21 coupés and cabriolets.

The varied line-up ranges from the entry-level diesel C 180 d rated at 90 kW/122 hp (combined fuel consumption: 4.7-4.5 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 124-119 g/km) to the sporty C 43 4MATIC models from Mercedes-AMG rated at 287 kW/390 hp. (combined fuel consumption: 9.8-9.3 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 223-213 g/km).

Four newly announced variants will be in production by the end of September. These include:

C300 d auto

  • 245hp 2.0l 4-cylinder diesel
  • Launched on all body types from September production
  • New OM654 engine with improved power and refinement

C300 d auto 4MATIC

  • Now available on Saloon, Estate & Coupé

C180 auto

  • 156hp 1.6l 4-cylinder petrol
  • Available on all body types

C300 auto

  • Now expanded to include Cabriolet

The new face lifted C-Class is now available to view at all Mercedes-Benz South West dealerships. Book your test drive today.

†All stated figures were determined in accordance with the prescribed measuring method. These are the “NEDC CO2 figures” according to Art. 2 No. 1 Implementing Regulation (EU) 2017/1153. The fuel consumption figures were calculated based on these figures.