The Mercedes C-Class Estate will arrive in the UK, in September priced from £28,055 for the entry level C 200 petrol.
There is the option of three engines at launch with two more options joining the line-up later in the year.
The only petrol model is the C 200 which is powered by a 1,991 cc four cylinder unit outputting 184 hp / 300Nm, which is capable according to NEDC figures, 51.4 mpg on the combined cycle with CO2 emissions of 128 g/km. The C200 is available with either a 6-speed manual or 7-speed automatic transmission.
On the diesel front, there is a choice of either the 220 BlueTEC or the 250 BlueTEC at launch. The 220 BlueTEC receives a four cylinder 2,143 cc engine that produces 170 hp /400 Nm, economy is 65.7 combined with CO2 emissions of 108 g/km. This engine option has the choice of either a 6-speed manual or 7-speed automatic transmission.
The 250 BlueTEC only comes as a 7-speed automatic and has re-tuned version of the 220 BlueTEC engine but sees the power up to 204 hp / 500 Nm, the economy is 62.8 mpg and emissions are recorded at 117 g/km.
Later this year the engine line-up will be joined by C 200 BlueTEC diesel and the C 300 BlueTEC HYBRID models.
There are three trim levels, ‘SE’, ‘Sport’ and ‘AMG Line’ with the choice of major option packs.
The Executive Package is £995 and available on the SE line comprising the Garmin Map Pilot navigation system, heated front seats and chrome (rather than black) roof rails. The Premium Package at £1,595 adds a panoramic glass sunroof, Keyless-Go, the ambient lighting system and the electric seat memory package. The Premium Plus Package costs £2,795 and adds the Burmester surround sound system and COMAND Online.
The Driving Assistance Package costs £1,495 and is available on the Sport and AMG Line models adding the Blind Spot Assist, Distronic Plus, Lane-Keeping Assist and the Pre-Safe anticipatory safety system.
The AirMATIC Agility Package (£895) allows the suspension on the C-Class Estate to self-level and be raised by 25mm when required as well as varying to allow different damping characteristics. And if you think the interior of your C-Class is too smelly why not add the Air-Balance package which allows a fragrance to be diffused around the interior of the car via a small container found in the glovebox.
|Model||Transmission||Power (hp)||Torque (Nm)||Economy (MPG)||CO2
|200 petrol - 1,991 cc, four-cylinder||Six-speed manual or 7-speed automatic||184||300||51.4||128||£28,055|
|220 BlueTEC, diesel� 2,143 cc, four-cylinder||Six-speed manual or 7-speed automatic||170||400||65.7||108||£30,565|
|250 BlueTEC, diesel 2,143 cc, four-cylinder||7-speed automatic||204||500||62.8||117||£33,220|
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