The 2019 Mercedes-Benz C-Class gets things right. Some Premium compact cars don’t appeal to enthusiasts, others don’t appeal to luxury seekers, some have questionable stylingothers don’t provide such a wide assortment of models, such as coupes and convertibles and breathtakingly powerful models. There’s a C-Class to virtually anybody. Anyone with all the capital, at the least.
The least expensive model is a sedan that is tempting. As you Of the organization’s top sellers, successive waves of C-Classes come closer to emulating the superb S-Class flagship sedan, only on a smaller scale. But that still means useful occupant space, an optional air suspension (the very first car in its class to offer you this feature), exciting technologies and advanced safety equipment, all wrapped in complex styling.
At the bottom end end of the 2019 C-Class spectrum is a High-performance, soft-top variant with a mighty 503 horsepower.
What’s New for 2019?
The C-Class receives a slight styling update, with subtly Redesigned front and rear bumpers, revised LED headlamps and taillights that are now standard through — and a committed grille for the C 63. The standard 17-in metal wheels are also of a new layout, whereas the 18-in wheels at the AMG models are made more aerodynamic. Smartphone integration gets standard. Advanced driver aids have migrated over from the mid century E-Class. A brand new multi-function steering wheel has Touch Control buttons. The C 300 engine increases 14 hp, and also the C 43 gains 23 hp.
Standard Features and Alternatives
The 2019 Mercedes-Benz C-Class comes from sedan, coupe and Cabriolet (4-seater soft-top) body styles, with choices of drivetrains and features. AWD (4Matic) costs $2,000 extra where applicable.
The C 300 Condo ($42,395) has 17-in alloy wheels,
An AMG Line bundle brings AMG body styling, 18-in AMG Wheels, sport-tuned suspension, performance front brakes, a sport steering wheel and assorted sporty interior flourishes. A Driver Support package includes adaptive cruise control, blind location tracking with rear cross-traffic alert, forward-collision reduction and lane-keeping aid. The Advanced Lighting Package brings full LED lighting indoors and outside, automatic high beams and headlamps that follow the steering.The Multimedia package enlarges the infotainment display to 8.4 inches while still bringing a touchpad control, navigation and voice control.
The C 300 coupe ($44,795) as well as the C 300 cabriolet ($52,845) Include keyless entry/start, satellite radio, blind spot assistance and 18-in alloy wheels. Obviously, the cabriolet has a powered fabric roof, using the neck-heating Airscarf feature as standard.
Heated and/or ventilated front seats, a heated steering wheel, a wood/leather steering wheel, a power rear sunshade, keyless entry/ignition, a cabin ventilation system which emits fragranced atmosphere, a head-up display, an illuminated grille celebrity, a 590-watt/13-speaker Burmester sound system, satellite radio, a power trunk lid, adaptive air suspension and busy parking.
($64,645) have AWD as ordinary.
The C 63 Condo ($67,995 or $75,595 for your S), coupe Bolsters and dedicated interior trim. Exclusive AMG-related choices include a Limited-slip differential, plus dedicated cosmetic and functionality updates.