Mercedes-Benz Edition C (2017) Specs & Price

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Mercedes-Benz has bolstered its C-Class lineup with the addition of a sportier Edition C derivative. Take a look at specification and pricing for the Edition C below…

Mercedes-Benz is offering a new C-Class sedan derivative called the Edition C in South Africa that incorporates sporty exterior and interior styling. The Edition C combines an AMG Sports exterior design with an Avantgarde interior equipment line.

The Edition C rides on 18-inch, 5-spoke AMG light-alloy wheels painted in high-sheen gloss black and is fitted with LED headlights and taillights. A sport suspension and 9G-Tronic transmission is fitted as standard.


Open-pore black ash trim, aluminium detailing and multifunction sport steering wheel are some of the interior highlights of the Edition C. 

On the inside, the Edition C features exclusive open-pore black ash trim on the centre console with light longitudinal-grain aluminium trim seen on the instrument panel and door panels. A multifunction, black leather, flat-bottomed steering wheel further adds to the sporty feel of the Edition C. Comand Online infotainment is an optional extra.

Other nice-to-have features include Active Park Control with Parktronic and Mirror Package which includes an automatic dimming mirror/exterior mirror and electrically folding side mirrors.

The Edition C is available across the C-Class sedan range. Take a look at pricing below.

Mercedes-Benz Edition C - Price in South Africa

C180 Edition C - R614 600

C200 Edition C - R639 900

C250 Edition C - R667 000

C300 Edition C - R707 200

C220d Edition C - R667 100

C250d Edition C - R696 300

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class Edition C is sold with a 2-year/unlimited km warranty and a 6-year/100 000km maintenance plan.

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