How Much Does the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Cost

The 2020 Mercedes-Benz C 300 sedan starts at $41,400, making it 

one of the more expensive vehicles in the luxury small car class. 

Coupe and convertible C 300 models start at $45,950 and $53,950, 


2020 Mercedes Benz C-Class

There are also performance-oriented AMG versions of the C-

Class. They range from the C 43 AMG sedan, which retails for 

$55,950, all the way up to the C 63 S convertible, which has a 

starting MSRP of $84,900.

No matter which trim and body style you choose, Mercedes offers 

individual options and packages that can raise the price of the car 


2020 Mercedes Benz C-Class Interior

How Many People Does the C-Class Seat?

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is available as a five-seat sedan and a 

four-seat coupe or convertible. In all models, the front seats are 

comfortable with ample standard power adjustments to help you 

find a suitable driving or riding position. There's also good lateral 

support, and you can upgrade to various sport or performance front 

seats that are more contoured and supportive.

Rear-seat space differs greatly by model. In the sedan, adult 

passengers should have adequate room in the second row. 

However, that space is compromised if you're tall or if the front 

occupants slide their seats back.

The coupe and convertible models have even less second-row 

space. Those body styles also only have two doors, which can 

make getting into and out of the second row difficult.

C-Class and Child Car Seats

The C-Class has two complete sets of LATCH connectors for the 

rear outboard seats, and sedan models have a tether anchor for the 

rear middle seat. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave 

the system in this Mercedes the highest score of Good for ease of 

use. All of the anchors are easy to find, and it's simple to attach the 

car-seat straps to the anchors.

C-Class Interior Quality

The C-Class sets the standard for small-car-cabin luxury. The 

overall design is sleek and minimalistic. There are also cool 

touches, such as retro-looking air vents, an analog clock on the 

center stack, and flip switches for some climate controls.

All materials are of high quality and soft to the touch. Wood and 

aluminum interior trim further enhance the atmosphere. The 

standard upholstery is an impressive synthetic leather, and it can 

cover parts of the dashboard or side armrests. For more comfort, 

upgrade to genuine leather or opulent Nappa leather.

C-Class Cargo Space

The C-Class sedan offers up 12.6 cubic feet of trunk space, which 

is about average for cars of that body style in the luxury small car 

class. The C-Class coupe’s trunk has 10.5 cubic feet of space, 

while there's as little as 8.8 cubic feet in convertible models.

All models come standard with a split-folding rear seat and hands-

free, power trunk access. The trunk opens and closes electronically 

when you push a button near the driver's seat, on the key fob, or on 

the trunk lid. If you have the proximity key on you, you can wave 

your foot under the rear bumper to open the trunk.

C-Class Infotainment, Bluetooth, and Navigation

Every C-Class comes with a 10.25-inch infotainment screen 

positioned high on the center stack. Some critics say that the 

screen looks tacked on, especially compared with other Mercedes-

Benz models. In those cars with a newer infotainment setup, the 

main screen shares its rectangular housing with a large digital 

instrument cluster.

Still, the C-Class’ screen is easy to see from the driver's seat, and 

the graphics are crisp. You control the infotainment system using a 

rotary knob on the center console or with an optional touch pad in 

similar location. It can take some time to get used to this system.

Android Auto and Apple Car Play smartphone integration come 

standard. A WiFi hot spot, Bluetooth, two USB ports, HD Radio, 

and a five-speaker stereo are also standard.

Optional features include satellite radio, a 13-speaker Burmester 

surround-sound stereo, navigation, tri-zone automatic climate 

control, a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster, and wireless device 


C-Class Performance

C-Class Engine: A Triple Threat

The base Mercedes-Benz C 300 features a 255-horsepower 2.0-

liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine. A nine-speed automatic 

transmission is standard. This setup has plenty of muscle for most 

driving situations, whether you're accelerating quickly from a stop 

or cruising on the highway. A few critics note that the engine can 

be a little loud when you hit the throttle hard, and that’s because 

the transmission tends to hold gears to maximize power. Other 

than that, the gearbox delivers smooth, refined shifts.

If you're looking for more thrills, check out the high-powered 

AMG variants. The AMG C 43 has a 385-horsepower 3.0-liter 

twin-turbocharged V6 engine. The AMG C 63 boasts a hand-built 

4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that makes 469 horsepower, while the 

AMG C 63 S has the same engine rated at 503 horsepower.

All of the AMG models have an AMG-tuned sport nine-speed 

automatic transmission. Power and acceleration in these 

performance trims is exhilarating. You'll be thrown back in your 

seat when you hit the gas, and each engine features a raucous 

exhaust note.

The C 43 can go from zero to 60 mph in 4.5 seconds, while the C 

63 and C 63 S models do that run in 3.9 and 3.8 seconds, 


C-Class Gas Mileage: Best for the Sedan

The 2020 C-Class gets its best fuel economy as a sedan with the 

base engine and standard rear-wheel drive. At an EPA-estimated 

24 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway, its gas mileage is 

about average for a luxury small car.

Coupe and convertible models return lower numbers, as does the 

AMG lineup and models with all-wheel drive instead of rear-wheel 

drive. The C 300 sedan with optional all-wheel drive gets up to 23 

mpg in the city and 33 mpg on the highway. A C 300 coupe is 

rated at 22/31 mpg city/highway, while the convertible gets 21/29 

mpg city/highway.

The AMG C 43 sedan and coupe return 19/27 mpg city/highway, 

while that convertible gets 18/25 mpg. AMG C 63 and C 63 S 

models are rated at 18/27 mpg and 17/24 mpg, respectively.

C-Class Ride and Handling: Composed and Calm

The C in C-Class might as well stand for comfortable, as this Benz 

delivers what might be the plushest ride in the segment. It traverses 

bumps in the road with ease, and the cabin is isolated from outside 

road and wind noise.

Four selectable driving modes – Comfort, Eco, Sport, and Sport+ – 

enhance the car's ride and handling. Comfort and Eco are the 

tamest, while Sport and Sport+ modes amp up steering response 

and agility. Still, the regular C-Class model isn't as athletic as some 

class rivals.

C 300 coupe models come with a sport suspension that makes the 

car a little more agile, but ride quality suffers. That's also true for 

the AMG models, which have a stiffer ride. The C 300 comes 

standard with rear-wheel drive, and all-wheel drive is optional. The 

AMG C 43 is all-wheel-drive-only, while AMG C 63 models only 

come with rear-wheel drive.

C-Class Reliability

Is the Mercedes-Benz C-Class Reliable?

J.D. Power gives the 2020 Mercedes-Benz C-Class a predicted 

reliability rating of three out of five, which is about average.

Mercedes-Benz C-Class Warranty

Mercedes-Benz covers the C-Class with a four-year/50,000-mile 

basic warranty.

C-Class Safety

C-Class Crash Test Results

The 2020 Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan earned ratings of Good in 

all six tests performed by the Insurance Institute for Highway 

Safety and was named a Top Safety Pick+, the organization’s 

highest honor. The C-Class' standard headlights received the 

second-highest rating of Acceptable for how well they illuminate 

the road ahead, while models with optional adaptive headlights 

with curve illumination received the highest rating of Good.

The IIHS has a different scale for grading active safety features. 

The C-Class earned the highest rating of Superior for the 

effectiveness of its front crash prevention features in avoiding a 

collision with another vehicle. In vehicle-to-pedestrian testing, 

models with the standard setup received the lowest score of Basic, 

while properly equipped models earned a rating of Superior.

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration gave the 

2020 C-Class four out of five stars in both the frontal crash and 

rollover tests. A side crash test was not performed on the C-Class, 

which did not receive an overall safety rating from the NHTSA.

C-Class Safety Features

The C-Class is one of the segment leaders in the number of 

standard and available advanced safety features it offers. All 

models come equipped with forward collision warning, pedestrian 

detection, automatic emergency braking, blind spot monitoring, 

driver attention monitoring, a rear view camera, and crosswind 

assist. Also standard is Mercedes Pre-Safe, which prepares the car 

for an impending collision by closing the windows and tightening 

the seat belts.

Optional driver assistance features include adaptive headlights, 

automatic high-beam headlights, rear cross traffic alert, a surround-

view parking camera system, automatic parking assist, front and 

rear parking sensors, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, and 

head-up display.

The C-Class can be equipped with adaptive cruise control. When 

activated, it works with lane tracing assist to keep you in your lane. 

Speed limit recognition also works with adaptive cruise control. It 

can regulate your speed based on directions in the navigation 


Optional evasive steering assist stabilizes steering and braking if 

you make a sudden turn to avoid an obstacle in the road, and it can 

direct you back to your lane. On the highway, an available feature 

directs your car to automatically change lanes when you engage 

the turn signal, as long as the neighboring lane is clear.

Also available is Mercedes’ Car-to-X communication, a radio-

based exchange of information between vehicles. This feature 

essentially allows properly equipped cars to "talk" to each other 

about upcoming obstacles or traffic infrastructure.

C-Class Dimensions and Weight

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is 15.4 to 15.6 feet long. Its curb 

weight ranges from 3,472 to 4,275 pounds.

Where Is the 2020 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Built

Mercedes-Benz builds the 2020 C-Class in Alabama.

Which Mercedes-Benz C-Class Model Is Right for Me?

Mercedes-Benz offers the 2020 C-Class in four trims: C 300, 

AMG C 43, AMG C 63, and AMG C 63 S. Each model has a 

distinct power train. You can also choose between sedan, coupe, 

and convertible variants for each trim.

There's a long list of individual options and packages to upgrade 

the car's features. Leather upholstery, heated and ventilated seats, 

and a digital gauge cluster highlight the list of standalone options. 

You also may want to equip the C-Class with packages that add 

more driver assistance features. Note that the AMG models 

command a hefty price increase over the base C 300.

Mercedes-Benz C-Class C 300

The 2020 Mercedes-Benz C 300 sedan starts at $41,400. It comes 

with a 255-horsepower turbocharged four-cylinder engine, a nine-

speed automatic transmission, and rear-wheel drive. All-wheel 

drive is optional for $2,000.

Standard features include synthetic leather upholstery, power-

adjustable front seats, driver's seat memory settings, a sunroof, 

dual-zone automatic climate control, proximity key less entry, 

power-folding outside mirrors, and a hands-free power trunk. The 

infotainment system features a 10.25-inch screen, Android Auto, 

Apple CarPlay, a Wi-Fi hot spot, Bluetooth, two USB ports, HD 

Radio, and a five-speaker stereo.

The C-Class also comes standard with forward collision warning, 

pedestrian detection, automatic emergency braking, driver 

attention monitoring, blind spot monitoring, and a rear view 


The C 300 Coupe ($45,950) also comes standard with ambient 

cabin lighting, satellite radio, a 13-speaker Burmester surround-

sound stereo, a panoramic roof, and a sport-tuned suspension. In 

addition to all of those features, the C 300 Cabriolet ($53,950) 

comes with heated front seats and Mercedes' Air scarf neck 


The following packages and individual options apply to the C 300 

sedan. Pricing and availability of these features may vary for other 

C-Class trims and body styles.

For $2,000, the AMG Line bundle enhances the interior and 

exterior appearance and adds distinctive wheels, a sport suspension 

and steering, sport brakes, front sport seats, aluminum pedals, and 

sport steering wheel. The Premium package costs $1,500 and 

includes ambient cabin lighting, satellite radio, and a 13-speaker 

Burmester surround-sound stereo. The $1,250 Multimedia package 

adds navigation, a touchpad controller, upgraded voice recognition, 

and Car-to-X communication.

The $900 Exterior Lighting package adds adaptive headlights and 

automatic high-beam headlights. The Parking Assistance package 

costs $1,150 and includes rear cross traffic alert, a surround-view 

parking camera system, automatic parking assist, and front and 

rear parking sensors.

For $1,700, the Driver Assistance package comes with adaptive 

cruise control, lane tracing assist, evasive steering assist, speed 

limit recognition, lane departure warning, lane keep assist, and 

automatic lane changing. It also includes active blind spot 

monitoring, which steers you back into your lane when another car 

is approaching on your side.

Individual options include genuine leather upholstery ($1,620), 

Nappa leather upholstery ($3,800), heated front seats ($580), 

heated and ventilated front seats ($1,030), a heated steering wheel 

($250), and passenger-seat memory settings ($350). You can also 

get a power rear-window sunshade ($440), a panoramic roof 

($1,000), tri-zone automatic climate control ($760), a head-up 

display ($1,100), a 12.3-inch digital instrument cluster ($750), and 

wireless device charging ($200).

Mercedes-AMG C 43

The Mercedes-AMG C 43 starts at $55,950. It features a 385-

horsepower, twin-turbocharged V6 engine, an AMG nine-speed 

automatic transmission, and standard all-wheel drive.

The AMG C 43 also comes standard with a performance steering 

wheel, an adaptive AMG sport-tuned suspension, an AMG sport 

exhaust, and a 13-speaker Burmester stereo. Additional options for 

this AMG C-Class model include performance front seats for 

$2,500, steering wheel-mounted performance controls for $400, a 

performance data recorder for $250, and an AMG performance 

exhaust for $1,250.

The AMG C 43 Coupe starts at $58,500, and the convertible retails 

for $64,750.

Mercedes-AMG C 63

The Mercedes-AMG C 63 comes standard with a hand-built 469-

horsepower, twin-turbocharged V8 engine, an AMG nine-speed 

automatic transmission, and rear-wheel drive. An electronic 

limited-slip differential is also standard.

Pricing starts at $68,100 for the sedan, $69,900 for the coupe, and 

$77,300 the Cabriolet.

Mercedes-AMG C 63 S

The Mercedes-AMG C 63 S has a 503-horsepower version of 

thetwin-turbo V8 engine, dynamic engine mounts, adjustable 

traction control, and an upgraded AMG drive unit. AMG ceramic 

composite front brakes are available for $5,450.

The C 36 S sedan is $75,700, the coupe is $77,500, and the 

Cabriolet is $84,900.

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