For 2014 this has now been reduced to just 19 models...
Mercedes Benz has announced an array of new C-Class enhancements, including a new model line and option packages.
Mercedes Benz C Class AMG Sport Edition
The AMG Sport Edition replaces the AMG Sport and AMG Sport Plus and is available in all body-styles. The new AMG Sport Edition is available on C 220 CDI and C 250 CDI engines from £30,170 OTR for Saloon, £31,370 OTR for Estate and £32,455 OTR for Coupé.
The new C Class AMG Sport Edition is equipped with AMG bodystyling, steering wheel; alloy wheels and 15 mm lower sports suspension from the outgoing AMG Sport model, but gains an AMG boot lid spoiler (Saloon and Coupé), dark-tinted headlamps and high-gloss black grille.
The interior features AMG Sport Plus seats upholstered in black Artico and Dinamica with blue/grey contrast stitching and split folding rear seats in the Saloon (already standard in Estate and Coupé). In addition to the dark brushed aluminium trim, the gear shift gaiter also now has grey contrast stitching, as does the Dinamica-covered door panel trim.
There are two new option packs
The Premium Package which costs £1,595 includes COMAND Online with Media Interface, reversing camera, heated front seats, Lighting Package and DAB digital radio.
The Premium Plus Package at £2,495 gains a panoramic glass sunroof over the Premium pack.
C-Class Line Up Simplified
The engine and line combinations for C-Class were made-up of a total of 47 variants, including seven engines and three model lines. For 2014 this has now been reduced to just 19 models, consisting of two trims and four enginesPublished 23 January 2014