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2018 Mercedes C-Class Facelift Launched; Prices Start From Rs 40 Lakh

2018 Mercedes C-Class India Price

Prices of the 2018 Mercedes-Benz C-Class fall in the range of Rs 40.00 lakh – Rs 48.50 lakh (ex-showroom).

Mercedes-Benz has introduced the updated version of its popular C-Class sedan in the Indian market. The new 2018 Mercedes C-Class is available in three trims – C220d Prime, C220d Progressive and C300d AMG Line – priced at Rs 40.00 lakh, Rs 44.25 lakh and Rs 48.50 lakh respectively. All prices are ex-showroom, Pan India. This makes the new C-Class facelift around Rs 3 lakh less expensive than the previous model. Check Out – Mercedes-AMG S 63 Coupe 4Matic+ Prices & Details

In this price range, the new 2018 Mercedes C-Class facelift continues to take on the Audi A4, BMW 3-Series and Volvo S60 that cost between Rs 41.47 – Rs 46.94 lakh, Rs 39.80 – Rs 47.30 lakh and Rs 38.51 –Rs 40.78 lakh respectively.

2018 Mercedes C-Class Facelift Picture Gallery

For the 2018 model year, the Mercedes C-Class sedan receives minor cosmetic and feature upgrades along with a new colour scheme and a BSVI-compliant diesel engine. The new model looks slightly more refreshing than the old one, thanks to its new LED headlamps, revised front and rear bumpers, newly-designed alloy wheels and re-designed taillamp assembly. The sedan also gets a new Silver paint scheme. Read About – Mercedes-AMG GLE 43 Coupe OrangeArt And SLC 43 RedArt Editions

Inside, the new 2018 Mercedes C-Class facelift gets newly-designed steering wheel with the new E-Class-inspired dual touchpad control system. It also comes with a 10.25-inch high-resolution screen for the COMAND infotainment system and a 12.3-inch digital instrument console. The range-topping AMG Line trim is exclusively offered with active parking assist system. Read – World’s Best Car Gets Better – 2018 Mercedes S-Class

Under the hood, the new 2018 Mercedes C-Class facelift houses a 2.0L diesel powertrain that meets BSVI emission norms. The carmaker will soon introduce the same motor to the new Mercedes E-Class All-Terrain. The oil burner is tuned for generating two power outputs – 194bhp with 400Nm (C 220d) and 245bhp with 500Nm (C 300d). Transmission on offer is a 9-speed torque convertor automatic unit, supported by rear wheel drivetrain system.

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