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This entry-level trim is all you really need with 18in alloys, cruise control, manmade leather seats, dual-zone climate control, keyless start and a powered tailgate all featuring as standard. We’d recommend adding adjustable lumbar support and a DAB radio, though.,
Available with either transmission, the C200d uses a 1.6-litre diesel engine that makes 134bhp. It’s the slowest of the C-Class Estates by some margin, but is more refined than the 2.1 found in the other diesel models. It fails to improve on the economy figures of the C220d, however.