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Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet – UK Pricing and Specs

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It is almost the beginning of summer which seems like the perfect time for Mercedes-Benz to release their new drop-top C-Class into the British market. But they’re not. They are only accent orders for the 2017 Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet for now with deliveries starting in September, which is when the summer ends.

Nope, we don’t understand the logic in that, either. But anyway, the new Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet hits the UK market in six different flavours: C200 petrol, C300 petrol, C220 diesel, C250 diesel C43 and C63 AMG. An electrically-operated multi-layer acoustic soft-top in four colors which can be used up to 31mph is the common feature of all models.

In terms of performance the C200 boasts a 2.0-litre 184 hp petrol engine and delivers 47.1 mpg with a 9G-tronic transmission while C300 extracts 245 hp from the same engine. The diesel units manage 170 hp in the C220 and 204 hp in the C250, with the former available with four-wheel-drive or with manual gearbox. The sporty C43 AMG has a biturbo V6 petrol engine with 367 hp and the ability to hit 62 mph from nought in 4.8 seconds, and the range-topping C63 a 467 hp V8 (510 hp in the S model)

Equipment-wise, the standard kit includes Airscarf; Aircap; Memory Package; reversing camera; keyless start and entry (auto only); Garmin Map Pilot navigation system; Mirror Package; heated seats; Active Parking Assist; Agility Control comfort suspension; LED headlights; ambient lighting (auto only); DAB radio; and sports seats in Artico leather.

Prices for Mercedes C-Class Cabriolet in the UK starts from £36,200 for the C200 and rise up to £65,685 for the C43, unless you go for the S model which costs £72,245 or the Edition 1 version of that which runs for £78,295.

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