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C-Class Estate
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Cost & verdict

Price (on the road)

Β£30,240-Β£72,960

Target Price (cash)

Β£30,240-Β£67,635

What Car?'s option recommendations

  • Airmatic suspension

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Contract Hire Leasing Rates

Β£384.79-Β£1,055.41/month

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Trim level

Nightfall Edition
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AMG
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AMG Line
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Sport
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SE
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SE Executive Edition
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AMG S
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AMG
The Mercedes-AMG C 43 and extreme C63 and C63 S get large alloy wheels as standard, plus a full AMG bodykit, AMG sports seats, a flat-bottomed performance steering wheel and nappa leather upholstery. Of course, these performance versions also get a whole host of mechanical upgrades over cheaper C-Classes.,
Sport
In addition to the generous kit list on SE trim, Sport brings luxuries such as sports seats (heated in the front), LED headlamps, front parking sensors and parking assistance that helps manoeuvre you into spaces. There are also 17in alloy wheels, and the C350e Sport also gets the highly recommendable, comfort-enhancing air suspension as standard. Sport models also include sat-nav in the form of a fairly basic Garmin system - upgraded navigation is part of the pricey but extensive Premium Plus technology pack. Suspension is lowered by 15mm but tuned for comfort rather than performance.,
AMG Line
Building on Sport trim, AMG Line brings 18in alloys, aggressive styling touches at the nose, tail and sideskirts, and interior touches to include special seats, pedals and steering wheel. The brakes are upgraded, too, and the suspension again sits 15mm lower than on SE models, but with a firmer set-up than for Sport variants. Overall, unless the cosmetic touches ring your bell, you’re better off choosing Sport.,
SE
There’s a healthy level of equipment as standard even on the base level C-Class Estate. Some of these are key items to make life with a wagon easier, such as an electrically powered tailgate, a motorised load bay cover that raises when the boot opens, rear seats that split and fold 40:20:40 and a reversing camera. Other highlights include DAB radio, climate control, cruise control, (man-made) leather upholstery, electric height, backrest and lumbar support in the front seats and a collision warning system that adds brake pressure in extreme situations.,
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Miles per gallon

Official fuel economy figure

122.8-68.9 mpg

CO2 Emissions

Official emissions rating

104-53 g/km

VED Tax band

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F-D

Boot capacity

How much space is there?

1510 litres

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