The Mercedes-Benz C-Class remains the most accessible of the brand's models sold in the United States, delivering the expected levels of advanced engineering, design and safety features that keep it highly competitive within the entry luxury segment. It is offered as a 5-passenger Sedan, as well as in 4-passenger Coupe and Cabriolet body styles. The C-Class is available in both rear- and all-wheel drive configurations. The C 300 is powered by a 241-hp 2.0-liter turbocharged 4-cylinder engine, while the AMG C 43 gets a 362-hp 3.0-liter bi-turbo V6. The enthusiast-oriented AMG C 63 boasts a hand-built 469-hp 6.3-liter AMG-tuned V8 engine (503-hp in 'S' variant). Transmissions include a nine-speed automatic with manual shift mode, and a seven-speed AMG SPEEDSHIFT MCT (Multi-Clutch); paddle shifters are available. Model-dependent standard equipment includes: panoramic sunroof, LED headlamps, 18-inch aluminum wheels, heated front seats, leather upholstery, dual-zone climate control, push-button start, HD/satellite radio, USB port and an 8-inch color LCD display, along with Bluetooth wireless connectivity/audio streaming and smartphone integration. C-Class safety features include 4-wheel anti-lock disc brakes with brake assist, stability/traction control systems, a rearview camera and nine airbags, along with Mercedes' ATTENTION ASSIST drowsiness detection, Collision Prevention Assist PLUS and PRESAFE occupant protection systems. The Mercedes-Benz C-Class carries over with minor changes for 2018. A power sunroof is now standard on all Sedan and Coupe body styles, the nine-speed automatic transmission is now found on all C 300 models, and hands-free access and an electronic trunk closer become standard equipment on AMG models.
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|MPG||20 City / 27 Hwy|
|Transmission||9-spd auto w/OD|
|Power||362 @ 5500 rpm|
|Drivetrain||AMG 4MATIC all wheel|
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