C300 Cabriolet, powered by a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder rated at 241 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque. Both rear and 4Matic all-wheel-drive variants will be available. For more sporting-minded drivers, the Mercedes-AMG C43 Cabriolet
Mercedes says that the C300 will sprint from a stop to 60 mph in 6.3 seconds, while the C43 does the deed in a fleet 4.7 seconds.
Depending on the engine variant, the 9G-TRONIC 9-speed automatic transmission is included as standard or is available as optional equipment.
In Europe, there are six petrol engines – ranging from a 154bhp 1.6-litre four-pot (the C180 model) up to the C43’s 362bhp 3.0-litre V6. There are also two diesel options. The line-up looks like this:
C180: 4-cyl, 1595cc, 154bhp, 135g/km CO2, 8.9sec 0-62mph
C200: 4-cyl, 1991cc, 182bhp, 136g/km CO2 (163g/km with optional all-wheel drive), 8.2sec 0-62mph (8.0sec awd)
C250: 4-cyl, 1991cc, 208bhp, 140g/km CO2, 6.9sec 0-62mph
C300: 4-cyl, 1991cc, 243bhp, 151g/km CO2, 6.4sec 0-62mph
C400 4Matic: V6, 2996cc, 330bhp, 181g/km CO2, 5.2sec 0-62mph
AMG C43 4Matic: V6, 2996cc, 362bhp, 190g/km CO2, 4.8sec 0-62mph
C220d: 4-cyl, 2143cc, 168bhp, 116g/km CO2, 8.3sec 0-62mph
C250d: 4-cyl, 2143cc, 201bhp, 121g/km CO2 7.2sec 0-62mph
A nine-speed automatic gearbox is an option across the range, while some other variants – including the C220d – will be available with the 4Matic all-wheel-drive system.
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