Mercedes to launch C-Class Celebration edition in India on November 12
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class was introduced exactly two decades ago. At that time, the model was the German manufacturer's smallest model. Today, the C-Class is one of the most successful cars in the Mercedes portfolio and has gone on to sell 10 million units worldwide. To celebrate this feat, Mercedes is launching the special C-Class Celebration edition in India on 12/11/2013 just as it did in a few international markets. The car is based on the current third generation C 220 CDI and gets a few cosmetic changes to differentiate it from the regular models.
On the outside, the most visible change is the AMG styling kit, smoked lamps and new design alloy wheels
The interiors are finished in Alcantara and leather with blue stitching while the dash follows a sportier theme and features silver inserts and no wood detailing
The 2143cc engine produces 170PS of max power and 400Nm of torque
On the outside, the most visible change is the AMG styling kit and new design alloy wheels. The kit features a new design front and rear bumper as well as side skirts that mimic the styling seen in the C63 AMG. The front grille is different, the headlamps are smoked while the front fender gets a special Edition C badge. The interiors are finished in Alcantara and leather with blue stitching while the dash follows a sportier theme and features silver inserts and no wood detailing. Power output is similar to the regular C 220 CDI model. The 2143cc engine produces 170PS of max power and 400Nm of torque. The Mercedes-Benz C 220 CDI Celebration Edition is expected to cost more than the regular model and will be limited to just 500 units.
Starts Rs 40.2 Lakhs
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