Mercedes-Benz has launched a new Special Edition C-Class range in Germany. It includes two-tone leather seats, exterior enhancements and a few technical highlights.
A new Special Edition Mercedes-Benz C-Class range has been announced in Germany. The car will be included with systems like AGILITY CONTROL, ADAPTIVE BRAKE, BlueEFFICIENCY and the Intelligent Light System, some which are only available in certain high-end models as optional extras.
Some subtle exterior changes have been implemented to improve the looks. These include darkened headlamps with a dark cover frame, new paintwork and five-spoke 17-inch alloy wheels. Tyres that go with these wheels are 235/60 R 17 at the front and 255/55 R 17 at the rear.
Other alterations are shoulder line trim strips, front fog lights and a new front grille in silver matt and chrome. Adaptive headlights with bi-xenon lamps and PARKTRONIC with acoustic warning are also standard. More chrome is pasted on the rear bumper and boot lid and the B-pillar has been painted glossy black.
The interior is fitted in AVANTGARDE trim with two-tone man-made leather seats especially manufactured for this Special Edition. The floor mats have "Special Edition" lettering attached to them.
Mercedes-Benz is making the Special Edition C-Class available in both sedan and Estate models with all the engines being offered. The redeveloped four-cylinder turbo diesels are among these.
Customers can expect to pay between €2,689.40 and €3,879.40 when the AVANTGARDE with man-made leather option is taken over the "natural" leather option which will cost between €4,629.10 and €5,819.10. Prices include VAT in Germany.