New Mercedes-Benz C-Class Diesel Launched In India For Rs 39.90 Lakh Ex-Showroom Delhi

Mercedes-Benz C-Class that earlier launched with the new face in India, but only in the petrol trim, is now launched once again in 2015 with the diesel trim for a price of Rs 39.90 lakh (ex-showroom Delhi).

Given the nomenclature of C 220 CDI, new C-Class shows up in two trim – Style and Avantgarde. Both of them comes powered by a 2.1-litre, four-cylinder diesel engine producing 168bhp and peak torque of 400NM after being paired to a 7-speed automatic transmission, with paddle shifts mounted on steering-wheel. All these said technicalities are enough to clock the max-speed of 233km/h. In the first lot, this entry-level Merc sedan in India will be imported as CBU, followed by the local assembly to commence at Chaken facility near Pune in Maharashtra in the coming months.

New Mercedes-Benz C-Class Diesel Launched In India For Rs 39.90 Lakh Ex-Showroom Delhi

Top of the line Avantgarde trim of diesel Mercedes sedan is adorned with panoramic sunroof, LED ambient lighting with three selectable colours, a 8.4-inch high-resolution screen for COMAND infotainment computer, satellite navigation, three-zone auto climate control, Bluetooth, rear view camera, ARTICO leather upholstery, and on the top of all a 13-speaker Burmester audio system dominates them. It has tied rivalry with the likes of Audi A4 and BMW 3-Series.

New Mercedes-Benz C-Class Diesel Launched

On the petrol side, this new C-Class is burgeoned with a 2.0-litre mill, peddling 184PS of max power and peak torque of 300Nm, mated to a 7-speed automatic transmission. The launch of C-Class petrol happened in India during November 2014, where it is presently being produced locally at Chakan, and sells for a price of Rs 40.90 lakh.

Prices of new Mercedes-Benz C-Class ex-showroom Delhi:

C 220 CDI Style (Diesel): Rs 39.9 lakh

C 220 CDI Avantgarde (Diesel): Rs 42.9 lakh

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