The Mercedes C200 Sport Edition comes plenty of extra kit, including AMG body styling, 19-inch AMG alloy wheels, panoramic sunroof, head-up display and 360-degree parking camera.
This represents around $8000 worth of value though it’s priced at $66,800 drive away which is actually about $1000 less than the drive-away cost of the standard C200.
The C200 Sport Edition retains the standard 135kW/300Nm 2.0-litre four-cylinder petrol turbo engine of the standard model coupled with a nine-speed automatic transmission.
While it’s not AMG powered it still provides an enjoyable ride with four driving modes including Eco, Comfort, Sport and Sport + and paddle shifters.
The C200 Sport Edition also comes with the usual standard features including:
- Dual-zone climate control
- Front and rear parking sensors
- Active parking assist
- Satellite navigation
- Touchpad control for the 7.0-inch colour screen
- Power-adjusted front seats with lumbar support
- Leather-trimmed steering wheel
- LED dusk sensing
- Automatic windscreen wipers
- Cruise control.
- Agility Control suspension
The Sport Edition package is also available on C220d, C200 estate and C220d – see your local dealer for drive away pricing.
The Mercedes-Benz C200 Sport Edition offer is available until September 30.
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