Mercedes-Benz C-Class Sedan is a five-seat small-size vehicle in the Luxury Sedan category. For the 2018 model year, there are two trim-lines to choose from, both with the same 2.0L Inline-4 Turbo engine that produces 241 horsepower, which is enough for the 3,856 lbs. sedan to reach 60 mph from zero in just 5.8 seconds. EPA-estimated annual premium gasoline expense is $2,050 to $2,150, which over the course of five years will cost you $2,250 in extra fuel spending. It has a 5-stars overall crash safety rating by NHTSA. You can lease a 2018 Mercedes-Benz C-Class C 300 Sedan starting from $289 per month.
According to research by Vehie.com, auto brokers currently offer special lease program on 2018 Mercedes-Benz C-Class C 300 Sedan starting from $289 a month with $2,999 due at signing.
2018 C-Class Sedan has a relatively long wheelbase ( 111.8 in) on a narrower body structure compared to vehicles of similar length and class. It is relatively heavier with curb weight of 3856 lbs.
2018 C-Class Sedan seats five adults. On first-row passenger room it falls below average on all four measurements: legs, shoulders, hips, and head room. When it comes to second-row passenger room, C-Class Sedan ia a class-leader on only two measurements - shoulders and head - and has a larger than average room for second-row passengers on legs. Trunk volume is the larger than average among its peers with 12.6 cu. ft.
2018 C-Class C 300
2018 C-Class C 300 4MATIC
|Engine||2.0L Inline-4 Turbo||2.0L Inline-4 Turbo|
|HP||241 hp||241 hp|
|Drivetrain||Rear Wheel Drive||All Wheel Drive|
|0-60 mph||5.8 sec||5.8 sec|
|City||24 MPG||23 MPG|
|Highway||33 MPG||32 MPG|
|Combined||27 MPG||26 MPG|
|Annual Fuel Cost||$2,050||$2,150|
2018 C-Class Sedan comes in two trim levels, with an average price that is $1,191 less compared to its rivals. With a heavier body, and on average more powerful engine, C-Class Sedan
2018 C-Class Sedan has a 5-star NHTSA overall crash safety rating, like all of its peers. Furthermore, it has higher than average ratings for all three crash tests: Front, Side, and Side Plole. Customers have filed twenty-six complaints, which is more than the average for its rivals. There are also twelve recalls issued by Mercedes-Benz, which by itself is a relatively high number.