The Mercedes-Benz C350 e plug-in hybrid is now available for order in its home country where the cheapest version of the model, the sedan, can be yours from 50,961.75 euros.
Germans looking into the “green” version of the C-Class, the C350 e PHEV, will be glad to find out that the model is now available for order in their country. According to the car manufacturer, the cheapest version of the C350 e can be yours from 50,961.75 euros, or the equivalent of 58,028 USD, for the Sedan, while the Estate costs 52,627.75 euros of 60,243 USD, VAT included.
The Mercedes C350 e plug-in hybrid has the Avantgarde exterior equipment line which basically means the sports radiator grille with the centrally positioned star. Both variants can also be had with the Exclusive exterior equipment line, with the classic radiator grille and the logo on the bonnet, for no extra cost. Under its hood, the model is bringing a 2.0 liter four-cylinder engine, which is capable of putting down 208 HP.
This is backed up by a 60 kW electric motor, fed from a lithium-ion battery with 6.38 kWh. Recharging the battery using a wallbox takes about one hour and 30 minutes and approximately two hours through a socket. The total output produced by the assembly is 275 HP and 600 Nm of torque, enough for a 0 to 100 km/h (62 mph) acceleration made in 5.9 seconds and a top speed electronically limited to 250 km/h. The Estate can reach 100 km/h in 6.2 seconds and it will go up to 246 km/h. Standard equipment includes the pre-entry climate control, operable through internet, and the 7-speed automatic transmission. The average fuel consumption stands at 2.1L / 100km.