Mercedes-Benz C-Class gets new engine and spec upgrades image

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class has just received new spec upgrades and new engines and the revised model can now be bought from 25,915 GBP for the base entry-level version.

Mercedes-Benz says that the entry-level Executive SE is now available on the estate C-Class and on the sedan models and it includes LED daytime running lights, a sports grille and 16-inch alloy wheels. On top of the Executive SE, future owners of the C-Class can also order the Luxury Package, which is replacing the Elegance trim for an extra 2,000 GBP, and this includes the chrome touches, the brown ash wood interior, the three-louvre grille and 17-inch alloy wheels.

The German based automaker is now adding the AMG Sport and the AMG Sport Plus, which are available throughout the C-Class models. The AMG Sport is adding halogen headlights and 17-inch AMG alloy wheels, while the AMG Sport Plus is coming with 18-inch alloy wheels, AMG boot spoiler, AMG sports seats with red stitching, red seatbelts, red AMG floor mats and more. The AMG Handling Pack can also be ordered for 530 GBP.

The revised C-Class is getting the new 1.6 liter turbocharged BlueEfficiency petrol engine with 152 BHP and 184 lb-ft of torque, available between 1,250 and 4,000 rpm and, when fitted to the sedan, the C180 BlueEfficiency is returning 47.9 mpg and it’s emitting 138 g/km of CO2. The revised C-Class starts at GBP25,915 for the C180 BlueEfficiency, the estate costs GBP27,115 and the Coupe has a price of GBP30,090.