The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is the premium brand's mid-sized sedan model, though is also available as a coupe, convertible, and wagon.
Introduced as a replacement for the Mercedes-Benz 190, the Mercedes-Benz C-Class is now in its fourth generation, though another is reportedly in testing for a near-future reveal.
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class range starts from just over $66,000 for the base C200. The range, not including Mercedes-AMG models, extends to the more expensive C300 Convertible, which costs over $110,000.
All non-AMG Mercedes-Benz C-Class variants are equipped with a 2.0-litre turbocharged petrol engine, aside from the 300e hybrid variants.
Is the Mercedes-Benz C-Class expensive to maintain?
Mercedes-Benz C-Class regular servicing can be pre-paid for $4300 for a five year period, with servicing carried out annually or every 25,000km. Alternatively, A $2000 plan can be purschased for three years, which Mercedes-Benz says still saves $450 compared to capped-price servicing.
Is a Mercedes-Benz C-Class reliable?
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class has a reputation for strong reliability when serviced and cared for properly, especially within its initial 5-year, unlimited kilometre warranty.
When is the new Mercedes-Benz C-Class coming out?
Spy photos of the camouflaged, facelifted Mercedes-Benz C-Class have been circulating during the middle of 2020, with an expected arrival globally during 2021/2022.