2019 Mercedes-Benz C300 4Matic Model

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The clean, straightforward design of the 2019 Mercedes-Benz C300 4Matic is let down only by the turbo model’s excessive add-ons.

NEW FOR 2019

The C-Class’ refresh includes redesigned front and rear bumpers, restyled LED headlights and taillights (now standard), a new standard 17-inch wheel design, new aerodynamically enhanced standard 18-inch AMG wheels (AMG C 43), a new steering wheel, and a new AMG grille (AMG C 63). The C-Class also gains new driver-assist safety features (shared with the E-Class), Apple CarPlay and Android Auto as standard, additional AMG driving modes, and the standard C 300 engine gets an additional 14 hp while the C 43’s engine gets 23 more.

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TRIM LEVELS

The C-Class is positioned above the smaller A-Class and CLA-Class, but below the larger E-Class, CLS-Class, and top S-Class models.

2019 Mercedes-Benz C 300 Sedan, Coupe, and Cabriolet: The base C 300 and C 300 4Matic (all-wheel drive) come standard with 17-inch wheels (18-inch for the coupe and cabriolet), adaptive suspension, LED headlights and taillights, a 7.0-inch instrument panel screen, a 7.0-inch center screen with a controller (10.3-inch display for the coupe and cabriolet), Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, two audio USB ports, wood trim, an illuminated entry system, and power-folding side mirrors. The cabriolet also comes standard with heated front seats and Airscarf (a neck-level heating system). READ ~ Mercedes Cla 2019 Release Date Redesign and Concept

2019 Mercedes-AMG C 43 Sedan, Coupe, and Cabriolet: The entry-level AMG model adds a more powerful engine, 18-inch wheels, brushed aluminum pedals, an AMG drive mode selector, AMG adaptive suspension, AMG performance brakes, AMG Sport exhaust, an AMG sport steering wheel, red seat belts, heated front sport seats, leather upholstery with suede inserts, a 7.0-inch instrument panel screen, and a 10.3-inch central screen with a controller. The coupe includes a Burmester audio system as standard.

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2019 Mercedes-AMG C 63 Sedan, Coupe, and Cabriolet: The C 63 gets an engine upgrade, Race Start launch control, an AMG limited-slip differential, an AMG high-performance exhaust, an AMG Nappa leather performance steering wheel, an IWC analog clock, an AMG Track Pace app for iPhones, and a Burmester audio system.

2019 Mercedes-AMG C 63 S Sedan, Coupe, and Cabriolet: Building off the C 63’s features, the C 63 S adds more horsepower, 19-inch wheels (C 63’s are 18 inches), AMG S instrument panel, Race mode, an AMG electronic limited-slip differential, an AMG high-performance compound braking system with red-painted calipers, adaptive engine mounts, and silver seat belts.

Notable features on the C 300 include a 12.3-inch digital instrument panel, a head-up display, a Wi-Fi hotspot, a Burmester audio system, wireless phone charging, AMG body styling, 19-inch AMG wheels, a 64-color ambient lighting system, heated and ventilated front seats, as well as Designo and Nappa leather upholstery.

The C 43 can be optioned with an AMG Exterior Carbon Fiber package, an AMG Night package, an AMG performance exhaust system, and AMG performance front seats. For the C 63/C 63 S, optional features include 19-inch AMG forged wheels, an adjustable AMG performance exhaust system, an AMG Nappa/Dinamica performance steering wheel, an AMG head-up display, and an AMG high-performance ceramic composite braking system.

PERFORMANCE AND FUEL ECONOMY

Model: C 300, C 300 4Matic Sedan

Engine and Transmission: Turbocharged 2.0-liter I-4; nine-speed automatic

Power: 255 hp/273 lb-ft of torque

EPA-Rated Fuel Economy: 23/34 mpg city/highway, 22/33 mpg (4Matic)

Model: C 300 Coupe, C 300 4Matic Coupe

Engine and Transmission: Turbocharged 2.0-liter I-4; nine-speed automatic

Power: 255 hp/273 lb-ft of torque

EPA-Rated Fuel Economy: 22/31 mpg city/highway (for both rear-wheel drive and 4Matic)

Model: C 300 Cabriolet, C 300 4Matic Cabriolet

Engine and Transmission: Turbocharged 2.0-liter I-4; nine-speed automatic

Power: 255 hp/273 lb-ft of torque

EPA-Rated Fuel Economy: 21/29 mpg city/highway (for both rear-wheel-drive and 4Matic)

Model: AMG C 43 Sedan, AMG C 43 Coupe, AMG C 43 Cabriolet (all have 4Matic)

Engine and Transmission: Twin-turbocharged 3.0-liter V-6; nine-speed automatic

Power: 385 hp/384 lb-ft of torque

EPA-Rated Fuel Economy: 19/27 mpg city/highway (Sedan and Coupe), 18/25 mpg (Cabriolet)

Model: AMG C 63 Sedan, AMG C 63 Coupe, AMG C 63 Cabriolet

Engine and Transmission: Twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8; nine-speed automatic

Power: 469 hp/479 lb-ft of torque

EPA-Rated Fuel Economy: 18/27 mpg city/highway (Sedan), 17/26 mpg (Coupe), 17/24 (Cabriolet)

Model: AMG C 63 S Sedan, AMG C 63 S Coupe, AMG C 63 S Cabriolet

Engine and Transmission: Twin-turbocharged 4.0-liter V-8; nine-speed automatic

Power: 503 hp/516 lb-ft of torque

EPA-Rated Fuel Economy: 18/27 mpg city/highway (Sedan), 17/26 mpg (Coupe), 17/24 (Cabriolet)

SAFETY

The 2019 Mercedes-Benz C-Class is considered an IIHS 2019 Top Safety Pick because the car received the highest score of Good in all crash tests and the highest score of Superior for the front crash prevention test for properly warning the driver and avoiding collisions in 12- and 25-mph tests thanks to the standard emergency automatic braking system (Active Brake Assist). The optional system (emergency Active Brake Assist with cross-traffic function found in the Driver Assistance package) also got the highest rating of Superior.

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The C-Class comes standard with emergency automatic braking with pedestrian detection, attention assist, and Pre-Safe. Optional safety features include emergency automatic braking with cross-traffic detection, adaptive cruise control, lane centering, evasive steering assist, Car-to-X communication, steering-responsive headlights, high beam assist, blind-spot monitoring, active blind-spot monitoring, lane keep assist, active lane change assist, active emergency stop assist, active speed limit assist, a self-parking system, a surround-view camera system, and rear cross-traffic alert.

UTILITY (CARGO SPACE AND INTERIOR ROOM)

The C 300 sedan offers 12.6 cubic feet of cargo space in the trunk; the coupe and cabriolet have less, at 10.5 and 8.8 cubic feet respectively.

TECHNOLOGY

The C 300 sedan comes standard with a 7.0-inch center display (10.3 inches for the coupe and cabriolet) with a controller, a 7.0-inch instrument panel display, Apple CarPlay, Android Auto, and two USB ports. Optional tech features include a 12.3-inch instrument panel display, a 64-color ambient lighting system, a head-up display, wireless phone charging, Near Field Communication (NFC) wireless smartphone pairing, a Burmester audio system, a navigation system, SiriusXM satellite radio, and a Wi-Fi hotspot. AMG models offer an AMG menu with Racetimer and an AMG Track Pace App for iPhones. Advanced driver-assist safety features and a self-parking system are available in packages. An emergency call button is standard.

WHAT WE THINK

In a First Drive review of the 2019 Mercedes-AMG C 63, we liked the smooth nine-speed transmission and called it “lightning quick.” The acceleration was “neck-snapping” and we loved listening to the exhaust note with the top down in the cabriolet model. The new AMG Drive Unit adds a round controller on the steering wheel that changes the drive modes and adjusts the amount of traction.

Handling dynamics were impressive: “Some off-camber points on the track revealed how well the car corners at speed even when one wheel was lifted.” The suspension soaked up road imperfections well, but sometimes it was harsh in Sport and Sport+ modes. Steering is very responsive and quick. Inside, luxury is abundant with carbon fiber trim, Nappa leather, an optional panoramic sunroof, and a 64-color ambient lighting system. There are also many standard and optional driver-assist features. We concluded by saying, the C 63 S will not disappoint.

In a First Drive review of the 2019 Mercedes-Benz C 300, we liked the many new driver-assist features and the revised “knockout” of an interior with a new, optional 12.3-inch digital instrument panel. The updated engine “is a happy little mill, delivering a healthy dose of grunt throughout the rev range with only small pockets of turbo lag on occasion.” Handling isn’t the C 300’s forte: “Throw it into a corner, and the C300 quickly reminds you that it’s tuned for comfort, not agility, even with the suspension set to its Sport setting.” Although the C300 looks just about the same as it did before the 2019 model year, we said, “the tech has taken a big leap forward.”

KEY COMPETITORS:

Audi A4
BMW 3 Series
Genesis G70
Alfa Romeo Giulia

The best value in 2019 Mercedes-Benz C300 4Matic is a base model with manual gearbox, but it’s still decently priced after adding fancy audio, leather, and a moonroof.

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