2016 Mercedes C-Class Coupe prices start from €35,581 in Europe
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2016 Mercedes C-Class Coupe prices start from €35,581 in Europe

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2016 Mercedes C-Class Coupe prices start from €35,581 in Europe. The latest coupe from Stuttgart can already be ordered while first deliveries will be made this December.

The base price will buy you the C 180 variant powered by a 1.6-litre four-cylinder turbo with 156 hp and a six-speed manual transmission. If you need more power you can choose the C 200, priced at €37,604. It comes with a bigger 2-litre turbo good for 184 hp. Go up another notch and you will be able to specify the all-new C-Class Coupe in the C 250 or the C 300 guises. Both are matted to a 2-litre turbo-four developing 211 or 245 hp with prices starting at 42,840 and 44,803, respectively.

For diesel fans, Mercedes has two variants of the same 2,1-litre engine in store. The most economical C-Class Coupe is the 170 hp C 220 d. It comes with a six-speed manual gearbox and needs only 4,1 l of fuel every 100 km. This particular model can be yours for €39,567. In the more powerful guise, the C 250 d, it ups the ante with 204 hp and a starting price of €45,041. What you will also get for these money is the all-new nine-speed automatic transmission, the 9G-Tronic. Fuel consumption remains competitive at only 4,2 l/100 km.

At the top of th range sits the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S. Available from €86,096 it has an output of 510 hp and the state-of-the-art 7-speed AMG Speedshift dual-clutch. Consumption is brisk at 8,6 l/100 km.

Despite the identical MRA platform, the new C-Class Coupe gets bespoke settings like re-tuned springs and dampers and a revised suspension lowered by 15mm coupled with a lower center of gravity and larger diameter anti-roll bars with firmer bushings compared to its regular 4-door brother.

Steel suspension is standard alongside the selective damping system. AIRMATIC air suspension on the front and rear axle remains optional. Compared with its four-door sibling, the two-door C-Class gets unique detailing such as the long frameless doors, high belt-line, fixed B-pillars and heavily plunging roofline. Last, but not the least, the Cx of 0.26 is the best in its class.

The interior remains largely unchanged with identical dashboard layout and ambiance, all with a twist of sportiness instilled by the centre console, the door and rear side panelling which smoothly merge into one another to emphasise the coupe character. The big news however are the exclusive sports seats equipped with an automatic belt feeder, a treat the C-Class sedan owners are deprived of.

Model
Displacement
cc
Transmission
Output
kW/hp
l/100 km
combined
CO2
g/km,
combined
Price in € *
incl. 19% VAT
C 220 d
2143
6-speed
manual
125/170
4.1
106
39,567.50
C 250 d
2143
9G-TRONIC
automatic
150/204
4.2
109
45,041.50
C 180
1595
6-speed
manual
115/156
5.3
122
35,581
C 200
1991
6-speed
manual
135/184
5.3
123
37,604
C 250
1991
7G-TRONIC
PLUS
automatic
155/211
5.4
125
42,840
C 300
1991
7G-TRONIC
PLUS
automatic
180/245
6.3
146
44,803.50
Mercedes-AMG C 63
3982
AMG Speedshift 7-speed
350/476
8.6
200
77,826
Mercedes-AMG C 63 S
3982
AMG Speedshift 7‑speed
375/510
8.6
200
86,096.50

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