The updated C-Class range will introduce a new turbocharged direct injection petrol engine in its entry-level model, along with an all-new C 250 CGI model.
The Mercedes-Benz C 200 CGI, priced from $57,900, uses a 1.8-litre four-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine which develops 135kW and 270Nm, replacing the supercharged C 200 KOMPRESSOR.
The all-new Mercedes-Benz C 250 CGI is the flagship of the C-Class four-cylinder range at $65,900 and uses an identical powerplant to the C 200 CGI, although it receives a performance boost with an added 15kW and 40Nm.
The entire C-Class range also benefits from up to $7,948 of added standard equipment at no extra cost, with petrol and diesel V6 variants gaining the most.
These enhancements are sure to see the C-Class remain as the most popular Mercedes-Benz model in the Australian line-up, with 163 C-Class sedans and 394 estate models were sold locally - comprising 41 percent of total Australian Mercedes-Benz passenger car sales.
The 2010 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Model Range
- C 200 CGI $57,900
- C 220 CDI $61,400
- C 250 CGI $65,900
- C 300 $89,500
- C 350 CDI $97,900
- C 63 AMG $148,900
- C 200 CGI $59,790
- C 220 CDI $62,805
- C 250 CGI $67,790
- C 63 AMG $150,800
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