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2011 Mercedes C Class Pricing Announced

2011 Mercedes C Class at 2011 Mercedes C Class Pricing Announced

As the new facelifted Mercedes C Class is showing its new things to people at the NAIAS, the marketing team in Europe is preparing the car for its market launch in March. And the first step is announcing the car’s official MSRP. Pricing starts at € 32,695.25 for the Saloon and € 34,361.25 for the Estate version, both the C 180 BlueEFFICIENCY model.

All the four and six-cylinder petrol and diesel engines available for the new C Class now benefit from BlueEfficiency system that reduces the fuel consumption and emissions by up to 30 percent. Also for the first time the car can be had with 4Matic system and 7G-TRONIC PLUS seven-speed automatic transmission on selected models.

2011 Mercedes C Class Facelift Price:

Model
Cyl.
cc
kW/hp at rpm
Saloon (euro)*
Estate (euro)*
Petrol
C 180 BE
4/in-line
1796
115/156 5000
32,695.25
34,361.25
C 200 BE
4/in-line
1796
135/184 5250
34,718.25
36,384.25
C 250 BE
4/in-line
1796
150/204 5500
39,359.25
41,025.25
C 350 BE
V6
3498
225/306 6500
46,529
48,195
C 350 4MATIC BE
V6
3498
225/306 6500
48,909
Diesel
C 180 CDI BE
4/in-line
2143
88/120 2800
32,814.25
34,480.25
C 200 CDI BE
4/in-line
2143
100/136 2800
34,599.25
36,265.25
C 220 CDI BE
4/in-line
2143
125/170 3000
36,860.25
38,526.25
C 250 CDI BE
4/in-line
2143
150/204 4200
39,121.25
40,787.25
C 250 CDI 4MATIC BE
4/in-line
2143
150 (204)
43,881.25
45,547.25
C 300 CDI 4MATIC BE
V6
2987
170/231 3800
47,540.50
49,206.50

BE = BlueEFFICIENCY, * including 19 percent VAT

With a total of ten new driving assistance systems ranging from ATTENTION ASSIST drowsiness detection to DISTRONIC PLUS proximity control, the C-Class reaches a new level in safety. The assistance systems are based on the latest radar, camera and sensor technology, and are grouped into two packages: the Lane Tracking package (€ 892.50) consisting of Lane Keeping Assist and Blind Spot Assist as the systems that give a warning in hazardous situations. The Driving Assistance package PLUS (€ 2320.50) with DISTRONIC PLUS, BAS PLUS, PRE-SAFE® Brake, Active Lane Keeping Assist and Active Blind Spot Assist also has assistance systems that actively intervene following a warning.

In addition to the standard appointments – which now include a leather steering wheel – the two design and equipment lines ELEGANCE and AVANTGARDE are the basis for the individualisation programme of the C-Class. The two lines are now even more readily distinguishable from each other. This has been partly achieved by new trim in matt brown ash wood or dark burr walnut (ELEGANCE), and brushed aluminium or high-gloss black ash wood (AVANTGARDE). Standard features in the ELEGANCE line include luxury head retraints whose side bolsters can be adjusted as required. There are also new optional extras such as front seat climatisation (€ 1261.40) and the Stowage package (€ 95.20). The latter includes a spectacles compartment, a stowage box under the front seats, a double cupholder and a parcel net in the rear footwell.

The new C-Class also sees the debut of a new telematics generation which will also be gradually introduced in other model series. Major new features include greater operating convenience, larger displays, telephone directory transfer, display of SMS messages, wireless music reproduction via Bluetooth and a USB interface now accommodated in the centre armrest.

The multimedia system COMAND Online (from € 3070.20) now provides internet access for the first time. When the car is stationary, customers are able to browse freely or surf to a Mercedes-Benz Online service whose pages load particularly rapidly and are also easy to use while on the move. The integrated services include weather information and a special destination search via Google, as well as the option of downloading a route that has been previously configured on a PC using Google Maps and sent to the car. The navigation system of COMAND Online also has added functions. New features include a 3D display with plastic city views.

As a first in the C-Class, the Becker® MAP PILOT (€ 892.50) makes a low-cost navigation function, which can also be retrofitted, available for the entry-level Audio 20 CD radio. Its advantages over aftermarket solutions include integrated operation via the central controls and the Audio 20 display, a concealed location in the glove compartment and updating via an internet portal.

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