2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
49,701 Miles | Miami, FL
$19,799
Est $285/mo

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2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
43,516 Miles | Margate, FL
$18,299
Est $264/mo

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2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
22,857 Miles | Margate, FL
$22,699
Est $327/mo

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2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
51,000 Miles | Miami, FL
$16,999
Est $245/mo

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2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
41,253 Miles | Margate, FL
$21,499
Est $310/mo

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2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
49,177 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$16,999
Est $245/mo

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2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
34,234 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$21,299
Est $307/mo

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2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
28,068 Miles | Miami, FL
$22,497
Est $324/mo

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2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
17,008 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$18,999
Est $274/mo

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2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
39,468 Miles | Miami, FL
$20,998
Est $303/mo

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2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
51,846 Miles | Margate, FL
$15,999
Est $231/mo

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2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
52,696 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$17,499
Est $252/mo

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2013 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
42,009 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$15,499
Est $223/mo

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2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
10,896 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$20,998
Est $303/mo

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2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
23,559 Miles | Hollywood , FL
$21,998
Est $317/mo

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2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
54,587 Miles | Miami, FL
$17,499
Est $252/mo

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2013 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
35,458 Miles | Margate, FL
$14,999
Est $216/mo

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2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
25,583 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$21,799
Est $314/mo

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2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
19,628 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$22,799
Est $329/mo

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2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
25,044 Miles | West Palm Beach , FL
$21,799
Est $314/mo

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Mercedes-Benz C-Class Buyer's Guide

Owner Reviews
4.4
39 Reviews
Overall
4.4
Value
4.2
Performance
4.3
Style
4.7
Comfort
4.5
Fuel Economy
3.6
Reliability
3.9

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Owner Ratings & Reviews

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2007 Mercedes-Benz C-Class - I feel safe and secure in my Mercedes C280.

VL
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Overall
5.0
Value
5.0
Performance
3.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
3.0
Fuel Economy
5.0
Reliability
5.0
The overall safeness and dependability of this car is exceptional. It has four-wheel drive, ABS braking system, excellent reliability and control in the snow, and multiple add-on features that have made this car one of the best that I have ever owned. I have put over 35,000 miles on this car since its purchase and not one single part has needed fixed or replaced. I have only had to complete routine, yearly maintenance on this car. In addition, the interior of this car has held up for over two years. The leather has remained intact, with no cracks or scratches, despite heavy use. The sound system in this car is superior! All of the speakers are top quality and have remained in excellent shape through years of use. Even though this is a luxury car, the fuel economy is rather good for the... (more)
Story
A memorable experience I had in this vehicle would be spinning 360 degrees down an extremely steep hill by my house in a white-out snowstorm and not putting one scratch or dent into the car. I survived because of the stability, traction, and overall control that the car maintained through a large sheet of ice and snow-covered roadway.
Pros
The positive things about this vehicle include: great fuel economy, overall dependability and reliability, and the style of the interior. My favorite features of the car include: four-wheel drive, ABS braking system, the stereo system, and the add-on automatic sunshade on the rear windshield.
Cons
The negative things about the vehicle include: the overall price of the car, the small size of the backseat, and the lack of a hatchback rear door.

2012 Mercedes-Benz C-Class - Feels luxurious!

T. L.
Iowa City, Iowa
Overall
5.0
Value
4.0
Performance
5.0
Style
5.0
Comfort
5.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
4.0
I love this car because it is affordable luxury. I drove all competitors before I decided on this car, and I chose the Mercedes because it felt complex yet simple. The car does a ton of things in the dashboard computer, but it wasn't overly complex like the Audi. It drove better to me than the BMW, smoother, tighter. I also liked the look of the car, because it was both classic and modern.
Story
I love the sound system and driving with the MP3 plugged in on my favorite music. To forward to the next song, all you have to do is click the conveniently located dial on the console, which is easy. It's a great way to quickly adjust to whatever music I want!
Pros
I love the option to view my gas consumption in different ways - miles to go, MPG over different amounts of time. I also love the display for the radio/MP3. The gas mileage is really good, especially in town - I rarely fill the gas tank more than once a month, and I can make it halfway to family (11 hrs of driving) on one tank of gas. The seat is really comfortable for long drive. I can fit a ton of stuff in the trunk.
Cons
The leather on the seats is not as durable as I'd like it to be. A heavy box split one of the seats almost immediately. The seat adjustment memory buttons are not intuitive.

1999 Mercedes-Benz C-Class - AMG Performance Vehicle

ES
Los Angeles, California
Overall
4.0
Value
5.0
Performance
4.0
Style
4.0
Comfort
4.0
Fuel Economy
4.0
Reliability
5.0
The C43 is a limited production AMG model manufactured and hand assembled in Germany. The C43 has an AMG tuned 4.3 Liter V8 engine, racing transmission and performance suspension. The Package includes BOSE sound system with trunk CD changer. The car has front heated driver and passenger seats. The AMG comes with full leather black interior. The Car has a roomy 3 person rear seating with head rests on the left and right seats. Performance is not an issue for this model of Mercedes which does 0 to 60 miles per hour in just under 6 seconds with 302 horsepower and 300 foot pounds of torque. Dealer scheduled maintenance comes in alternating schedule A and schedule B cycles, with the schedule A maintenance being the basic oil change and fluids top off and the schedule B maintenance being mor... (more)
Story
I bought this vehicle new and "broke it in" driving from Los Angeles to Vegas on impulse -- I literally didn't want to stop driving the car it was so much fun. Cruise control at 75 MPH was able to get me to state line, Nevada in just a little under 3 hours.
Pros
The C43 is not just performance. It's clearly a car designed with the comfort of the driver and passengers in mind. The cushioned seats and drink holders and window controls available to each driver make for a custom suited travel option for both driver and passengers. Both driver and passenger have adjustable lumbar and mid back support through separate controls which only adds to the comfort experience. The car's reliability is matched only by its high end performance. Rarely, is it ever necessary to replace more than an occasional steering shock and disk brake pads. At 220,000+ miles, t... (more)
Cons
As previously mentioned the car's price may present some challenges for those looking for an entry level sporty sedan. The brake light bulbs seem to need constant monitoring for replacement which can result in unforeseeable fix it tickets by traffic enforcement police officers. While, it's not necessarily a huge con, the C43 feels as smooth at 65 as 105 on the highway which can easily encourage drivers who are not lead foot to risk speeding to their destinations. The price of gas makes the 91 octane requirements put a dent in your pocket book.

Mercedes C-Class Generations

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is a compact sport sedan that the German automaker has been building since 1993. Until 2013, it was the smallest sedan Mercedes sold in the U.S.; it was then that the brand launched the entry-level CLA here. The C-Class nameplate was preceded by the Mercedes 190 sedan. Currently, the C-Class competes against models like the BMW 3 Series, Audi A4, Volvo S60, Lexus IS and ES, Infiniti Q50 and Acura TLX.

2015 - present (W205)

The 2015 C-Class was built on an all-new platform known as Modular Rear Architecture or MRA for short. The use of aluminum with a framework of high-strength steel reduces the car’s overall weight by over 200 pounds.

This generation is slightly larger than predecessors, causing some to call it the mini S-Class.

There are Sport and Luxury trims, with engine options including the C300's 241-horsepower 2.0-liter turbocharged inline four-cylinder or the C400's 3.0-liter turbo V6 that makes 329 horsepower. AWD is standard on the V6 and optional on the four-cylinder.

Later an AMG C63 S coupe and sedan was introduced that packed a 503-horsepower, 4.0-liter turbo V8 (the non-S AMG C63 had a mere 469 horsepower). On the other side of the efficiency spectrum was the C350e, a plug-in hybrid model gets 275 combined horsepower from a 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder and an electric motor. A more sporty AMG C43 model was also introduced; it had a 3.0-liter turbocharged V6 that made 362 horsepower.

Three body styles were available: cabriolet, coupe and sedan (the wagon variant wasn't brought to the U.S.). The cabriolet has a roof that opens or shuts in 20 seconds via a switch in the center console, and when the top is down it is concealed entirely within the trunk.

2018 brought a mild update for the C-Class, beginning with standard halogen headlamps and LED DRLs. High-performance LED headlights or multi-beam LED headlights with ultra range high-beams are an option.

Semi-autonomous functions were added, including Active Lane Assist, Active Emergency Stop Assist and Active Steering Assist. These cars will also come equipped with a DISTRONIC feature that draws from satellite data to manage cruising speed.

Updates to the interior include design elements as well as touchpads on the steering wheel for controlling displays. A comfort-control system links the settings for air fragrance and seat heating, climate control, massage and ventilation functions.

A nine-speed transmission is standard on almost all models, replacing the seven-speed automatic that was initially offered on this generation.

2007 - 2014 (W204)

For the 2008 model year, the C-Class got a complete makeover including an extended wheelbase and a stiffer body shell. Its wheelbase grew by 1.8 inches and it featured more interior space as well. Despite the growth, this generation didn't weight much more than its predecessor.

The car was offered in Sport and Luxury trim lines, identified by differences in their grill (the Sport had the Mercedes three-pointed star emblem embedded in the grille while the Luxury trim used a hood ornament). A 4.9-inch display screen pops up in the dashboard to display infotainment settings.

This generation launched with two gas engines in the U.S.: a 3.0-liter V6 that made 228 horsepower and a 3.5-liter V6 that made 268 horsepower. Both were paired with a seven-speed automatic transmission. Rear-wheel-drive was standard; all-wheel-drive was optional.

A C63 AMG coupe and sedan packed a 6.2-liter V8 that made 451 horsepower; it was paired with a seven-speed automatic transmission. 2010 models got a tire-pressure monitoring system and a new steering wheel in addition to turn signal indicators on the side mirrors.

In 2012 the C Class got a mild refresh. The retractable cover on the infotainment display screen was eliminated and new LED taillights were added. The interior got a thorough overhaul that made it considerably more upscale than it was previously. This included the seats, instrument panel and dashboard.

A new C250 model was introduced that used a new 1.8-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine that made 201 horsepower and was paired with a seven-speed automatic.

The revised C350 has a new 302-horsepower V6. The middle child of the lineup -- the C300 -- carries on with its 3.0-liter V6 and all-wheel-drive.

2000 - 2007 (W203)

2001 brought a major redesign, with all-new safety features and improved sheet metal that was significantly more rounded than its predecessor.

2002 saw the debut of two new body styles: the C230 Kompressor Sport Coupe (a two-door, entry-level hatchback) and a C320 wagon. This was also the year that a new option -- the 4Matic all-wheel-drive system -- was added.

U.S. models had either a 2.6-liter V engine that made 170 horsepower in the C240 or a C320 that used a 3.2-liter V6 that made 218 horsepower. A five-speed automatic transmission was offered on both.

Later an AMG C32 performance model was introduced that used a 3.2-liter, supercharged V6 that made 354 horsepower. This performance variant was later replaced by the AMG C55 which used a 5.4-liter naturally-aspirated V8 that made 367 horsepower. The C-Class also received a new steering wheel as well as aluminum pedals and new front brakes, an updated suspension system and alloy wheels. In the U.S., 2005 models received a slight refresh. The interior was revised with a new dashboard and updated seats.

For 2006, a trio of new V6 engines was introduced (C230, C280 and C350) and the various trim levels' number designations no longer corresponded to their engine sizes. It was then that the hatchback and the wagon were discontinued in the U.S. market.

1993 - 2000 (W202)

The first generation of models to bear the C-Class replaced the smaller and more down-market 190 models.

The C280 had a 2.8-liter inline six-cylinder engine that made 194 horsepower while a C220 used an inline 2.2-liter, four-cylinder engine to make 147 horsepower. A four-speed automatic transmission was the original spec.

An AMG C36 performance model was later introduced; it used a 3.6-liter, six-cylinder engine that made 276-horsepower. Later in this C Class model's lifespan, this C36 was replaced by a C43 model; it used a 4.3-liter V8 that made 306 horsepower.

This generation of C Class was larger and heavier than the 190 it replaced but earned high marks for its highway cruising ability, stout six-cylinder engine and interior space.

From the beginning, the C-Class came equipped with a driver’s side airbag and ABS as standard features, with the passenger-side airbag becoming standard in 1995. 1997 brought front side airbags and brake assist, or BAS for short, and a new five-speed automatic transmission. For the 1998 model year, Mercedes gave the C Class a mild refresh. This included updated headlights and taillights, amid other updates. The C220 was dropped in favor of the C230 and the C280 now featured a V6 engine rather than an inline six.

This was the same year that saw the emergence of such forward-thinking options as BabySmart car seats, BrakeAssist and side-impact airbags. The C-Class added leather seating as a standard feature in 1999, the same year Mercedes added TeleAid, the Touch Shift auto-manual transmission, and free scheduled maintenance during the entire covered warranty period.

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