New Mercedes-Benz C Class Quotes


The petrol turbocharged 1.6 litre 154bhp C180 along with the 1.8 litre 201bhp are strong smooth drives and the 261bhp 3.0 litre V6 diesel in the C350 CDI is similarly effective. There is also the rapid C63 AMG Black Series which steps up the performance further achieving 0-60mph in just 4.5 seconds. There is also the option of the standard six-speed manual gearbox or the highly rated seven-speed automatic. Book a test drive and see which model and engine suits you.

Running Costs

Due to its status as a popular company car Mercedes have focussed a lot of their efforts into improving the C-Class’s fuel efficiency and reducing its CO2 emissions. The BlueEFFICIENCY badged C220 CDI offers the best in economy with its stop-start technology and six-speed manual gearbox, it returns 68.9mpg and a CO2 figure of 109g/km. Another option for efficiency is the C350 CDI which, despite its speed, it manages nearly 50mpg and emits only 154g/km.


Generously equipped even at standard level, the C5 comes with DAB radio, six CD changer, electric windows, automatic air-con, trip computer, electric and heated mirrors, sports seats and alloy wheels. There is plenty of interesting technology crammed into the C5 in order for Mercedes to keep up with the other German luxury car makers. The telematics system with COMAND Online features internet access, ability to display SMS texts, Bluetooth hands-free and music streaming and USB input. There is also the capacity for Google Maps which can display your route home on a 3D map. Order a brochure to find details of equipment across the range.