Mercedes-Benz has recently introduced the new generation of the C-Class in Australia where the cheapest model will go on sale from 60,900 AUD, plus on-road costs.
Australians are just a month away from being able to order the new generation of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class. The model in question is now 1,000 AUD more expensive than its predecessor, coming in at 60,900 AUD, for the base entry-level version, but 10,000 AUD worth of extra equipment are being offered. The company will keep it simple and offer the C200 in petrol and diesel versions, along with the C250 in the same form.
The C300 BlueTec hybrid is new to the range but this isn’t expected to become a best-seller in the Pacific country, unlike the C250s, which should be making up at least half of the total sales of the C-Class’ new generation. Each of these versions will become available in Sedan body style, in August, while the Estate, without the hybrid option for the moment, will be launched in November. The C63 AMG will arrive in the first half of 2015. Order books for the new generation of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, in Australia, will open this August. The most expensive version, for the moment, will be the C300 BlueTech Hybrid, at 74,900 AUD.