We may not have an official starting price for the 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class, but as of right now, we can tell you about all the options for the eagerly anticipated new luxury sedan.

Benz Report has the entire order guide for the C-Class, with breakdowns from package pricing to how many different colors, wheel designs and lighting configurations will be available when the new model hits dealers later this year. As we mentioned in our initial review of the C-Class, there will be a pair of engine options, with the now familiar 2.0-liter, turbocharged four-cylinder available in both rear- and all-wheel-drive configurations and a 3.0-liter, twin-turbocharged V6, which can be had in all-wheel drive, only.

From there, though, the available options are impressive. Much like it does on the current car, Mercedes is offering a pair of packages that sort of define the entire car. With the C300, buyers will have the choice of either a Sport or Luxury package in addition to the base trim, while C400 buyers are limited to the Sport model.

The Sport package costs $2,500 (rising from $2,300 on the current C-Class), although the addition of 18-inch wheels, a sport suspension, a flat-bottomed steering wheel and more supportive seats is sure to soften the blow. The Luxury Package is more reasonably priced, at $650, and options 17-inch multi-spoke wheels, a traditional Mercedes hood ornament, a softer suspension and the customer's choice of wood trim.

Once that's out of the way, buyers are faced with 10 color choices, three optional wheel choices that are independent of the Sport and Luxury packages, and a healthy array of interior leather and leatherette colors, as well as trims. Finally, there are seven option packages.

Most are carry overs from last year, with items like the Premium Pack, Driver Assistance Pack, Lighting Pack and Multimedia Pack seeing moderate tweaks in terms of content and pricing (the biggest price change involves the Lighting Pack, which is actually $640 cheaper). New packages include the $1,190 Airmatic Pack (adjustable Airmatic air suspension), the $2,300 Interior Pack (Vented leather seats, ambient lighting, memory settings for the passenger seat) and the $350 Air Balance Pack (Mercedes scented HVAC system). The standalone options sheet looks fairly vast, until you realize that a number of items are included on certain trims and with certain packages. The big-ticket items include the panoramic sunroof, which sees its price jump from $1,090 to $1,480, while a few items from the Driver Assistance Pack are also available à la carte.

Now, it should be stated that these prices could certainly change before the car arrives later this year. That said, this is a pretty handy guide as to what to expect when it comes time to order your very own C-Class. Hop over to Benz Report and have a look.


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      Avinash Machado
      • 8 Months Ago
      Quite nice looking.
      matterdoes86
      • 8 Months Ago
      [quote]the biggest price change involves the Lighting Pack, which is actually $640 cheaper[/quote] Uh, no, not really. Although the Lighting Package itself is reduced by $640 to $750, Mercedes requires you to get the Premium Package to order Lighting Package. It doesn't do with the 2014 C-Class where the Lighting Package can be ordered standalone. The 2015 Premium Package has also risen in price $200 to $2,700, meaning that in order to get the lights with the 2015 C-Class, you have to shell out a grand total of $3,450. The current Lighting Package is $1,390. That's a $2,060 INCREASE, not decrease.
        Matt
        • 8 Months Ago
        @matterdoes86
        Does the lighting pack take you from Xenons to LED or Halogen to LED? i.e., are Xenons standard? Xenons are a huge upgrade over halogens from a safety perspective, but I don't think LED is a big deal over xenons.
          Feurig
          • 8 Months Ago
          @Matt
          You didn't check out the order guide. Without P01 - halogen, with P01 - LED low beams, halogen high beams, lighting package - full LED.
          Matt Mossberg
          • 8 Months Ago
          @Matt
          Hopefully it comes standard with xenons. The cla doesn't and I want to say the current c doesn't come standard with them, but this is an upmarket c class and so many other manufactures have xenon as standard.
      Jesus!
      • 8 Months Ago
      This car gets uglier every generation.
      holysmoke.s
      • 8 Months Ago
      Is there an option for a less obnoxious front bumper
        Joey Franklin
        • 8 Months Ago
        @holysmoke.s
        Sure needs to be, and what's up with the torque peak at 6500rpm? Most of the newer turbo engines make more torque than hp and at a lower rpm.
        Hernan
        • 8 Months Ago
        @holysmoke.s
        Looks like no, based on the linked order guide. The E-Class offers two completely different bumpers on their luxury and sport versions.
      Winnie Jenkems
      • 8 Months Ago
      They really need to clean up that giant panel gap between the hood and the grille. Makes it look like the grille was tacked on there as an afterthought. Not good.
        Feurig
        • 8 Months Ago
        @Winnie Jenkems
        It's due to safety regulations. Go look at BMW. They did it much much worse.
      rjbx
      • 8 Months Ago
      That iPad they just place on the dashboard is killing me, otherwise the car is beautiful.
        Andy Cao
        • 8 Months Ago
        @rjbx
        seriously, from the moment I saw that on the CLA prototype to all the subsequent implementations, there is nothing about it that says classy. The sad part is this thing isn't even touch screen.
      Cruising
      • 8 Months Ago
      I never payed much attention to the C Class but this is a good looking car. I like how MB is taking some chances on styling and not building the usaul sterile German luxury car design.
      Matt
      • 8 Months Ago
      When can we expect the diesel?
      Feurig
      • 8 Months Ago
      Wow, the order catalog looks glorious. The packages are once again in true M-B fare split up reasonably. The P01 package which will come on most cars has all the common conveniences people tend to expect with luxury vehicles including the half-LED lights. I'm a bit disappointed that they even have the halogen variety on P01-less cars.
      Victor Hoyles
      • 8 Months Ago
      When are we going to stopped calling these order guide releases "leaked"? Doesn't it seem just a little odd that every manufacturer is "leaking" the order guide just before launch?
      Scott
      • 8 Months Ago
      I can't wait for the configurator to come online.
      psarquis
      • 8 Months Ago
      This redesign is a home run! I definitely aspire to own one.
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