- Complimentary specification upgrade on C-Class (Classic SE, Elegance SE or Avantgarde SE for the price of a Classic)
- Or, a free engine upgrade (C 270 CDI for the price of a C 220 CDI)
- Engine upgrade also available on CLK-Class Coupé, E-Class
- M-Class now with free service contract over three years
The new year has brought some exciting new offers for Mercedes Benz customers, with a host of equipment or engine upgrades for no extra cost.
C-Class specification upgrade
Available through Mercedes Benz retailers on selected models, the New Generation C-Class Saloon, Estate and Sports Coupé models will be offered with enhanced trim lines for no cost until the end of March 2005. This means that a customer can purchase a C 180 KOMPRESSOR Classic SE, Elegance SE or Avantgarde SE for the price of a base Classic model, a saving of between £700 and £1200.
The New Generation range, launched in the summer of 2004 has given the C-Class a more dynamic driving experience, thanks to DIRECT CONTROL technology.
Changes to the dash and interior of the car were coupled with exterior enhancements to further improve C-Class’s already impressive reputation.
Engine boost also available
Customers who prefer a bigger engine to a greater specification list are also catered for, with the alternative offer of an engine upgrade for free on selected models registered by the end of March 2005.
Customers ordering a C 200 KOMPRESSOR will be offered the more powerful C 230 KOMPRESSOR for no additional charge. The same applies to diesel models - the refined five-cylinder C 270 CDI is now available for the price of a C 220 CDI.