2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Configurator Shows How Much You Get for $40,000
Customers can now build their own 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Sedan online thanks to a new configurator that recently went live. The base C300 model starts at $40,000, and is available in black, white, grey, and brown exterior shades. Buyers can opt for anywhere between 17-incn and 19-in wheels. On the inside, C-Class models offer beige, black, red, white, and grey seats along with wood and aluminum trims. Standard features on the C300 include 14-way power driver seat, dual-zone automatic climate control, keyless start, two screens with a touchpad controller, Bluetooth, HD Radio, paddle shifters, and advanced safety features like adaptive braking. However, a few important features are available only as options. Buyers can get a rearview camera only if they opt for the $2,690 Multimedia Package, which also brings navigation and SiriusXM Traffic and Weather. Another option is heated front seats, which are part of the $2,700 Premium Package. The Mercedes-Benz C400 ups the ante a little further with a price tag starting at $48,590. It comes with upgraded horsepower, from 241 to 329 ponies. Additional standard features on this model include a Burmester surround sound system, sport tuned suspension, and more, and the car comes with 18 or 19-inch wheels. Even on this upper trim, rearview camera is still optional on the Multimedia Package. When fully loaded, this model reaches $63,000.