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India's largest luxury car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has launched the C-Class 'Edition C' models in India. The prices for the Edition C models start from Rs 42.54 lakh and goes all the way up to Rs 46.87 lakh. All prices are ex-showroom (India).
The newly launched Edition C hosts exterior and interior upgrades, enhancing the sportiness of the existing C-Class models. The Mercedes-Benz C-Class 'Edition C' is available with C 200, C 220 d and C 250 d Avantgarde variants.
With the 'Edition C,' Mercedes-Benz has added yet another exciting paint scheme to the C-Class in the form of designo Hyacinth red. The C-Class 'Edition C' was launched by Roland Folger, Managing Director and CEO, Mercedes-Benz India and will be available across all the dealerships in the country.
The exterior of the C-Class 'Edition C' sports front apron spoiler, rear spoiler painted in black, 5 twin-spoke light alloy wheels finished in gloss black and Edition C badging.
Mercedes-Benz C-Class 'Edition C' Prices
|Mercedes C-Class 'Edition C' Variants||Price|
|C 200 Avantgarde||Rs 42.54 Lakh|
|c 220 d Avantgarde||Rs 43.54 Lakh|
|C 250 d Avantgarde||Rs 46.87 Lakh|
The Night Package comes with front twin louvres, mirror housings, beltline and side skirts in black. The new edition of C-Class also features LED logo projector for front doors to welcome owners with the Mercedes-Benz logo.
The interior of the C-Class 'Edition C' features Open-pore black ash wood trim finish, stainless steel Sports pedals with embossed rubber studs and Garmin Map Pilot SD card navigation system standard across all variants.
Commenting on the launch, Folger said, "The C-Class had been a spectacular success story in the Indian market and has sold over 27,500 units since its debut in India. We are confident that the 'Edition C' will retain its top billing and discerning customers will find a lot of value in the product."
Mercedes-Benz has introduced the new 'Edition C' models to enhance the sportiness of the existing C-Class models. The 'Edition C' features cosmetic changes to the exterior and interior design and a new paint scheme.