Used Mercedes-Benz C Class cars for sale

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The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is a premium German alternative to the BMW 3-series. Traditionally the Mercedes has been the more comfort-focussed of the two, but in recent years the C-Class has upped its dynamic game while maintaining high levels of comfort. It has also attracted more buyers with its truly premium interiors and state-of-the-art technology.

The sheer breadth of choice means there’s something for everyone: the C-class is available in a range of body styles from versatile estate to posey convertible, and with petrol or diesel engines and rear- or all-wheel drive.

Both the latest generation introduced in 2021 and the most recent examples of the previous generation are offered at Motorpoint.

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Mercedes C-Class Engine Options

The 2014-2021 C-Class is unusual in offering everything from fuel-sipping plug-in hybrids right through to a fire-breathing V8 engine, and although the range was slimmed down a little with the 2018 facelift, the breadth of choice remains.

Petrol engines start with the 1.6-litre C180, the only C-Class that’s available with a manual gearbox. The C200 actually downsizes to a 1.5-litre engine, but improves performance and fuel economy with its mild-hybrid EQ Boost system. The C300 is powered by a 2.0-litre turbo engine.

Both the C220d and C300d are based on the same 2.0-litre turbodiesel engine, if in two different states of tune.

Plug-in hybrids are offered as EQ Hybrid models, unusually not only as a petrol but also a diesel. Both provide over 30 miles of pure electric running.

AMG models are available in two versions – C63 is the full-fat 4.0-litre twin turbo model, and is rear-wheel drive only. The C43 is a more affordable and frugal turbocharged V6 fitted exclusively with all-wheel drive.

The 2021-on C-Class largely follows this logic, though the C180 is no longer offered, and the C63 is set to become a hybridized four cylinder model, if with comparable performance to its V8-powered predecessor.

Mostly you’ll find the C-Class equipped with a nine-speed automatic gearbox, though occasionally you’ll find one with a six-speed manual.


The C-Class is available in a large number of body styles. The four-door saloon is most popular, but there’s also a practical five-door estate version, and stylish two-door coupe and convertible variants too.

Trim Levels

Trim levels for the 2014-2021 C-Class start with the S, which includes electric adjustment for both front seats, heated electric door mirrors and cruise control. SE is effectively the entry-level model for any C-Class with a power output of 156bhp or more, and while it adds parking sensors, sat-nav remains optional – you’ll need SE Executive Edition to bag that.

Sport upgrades to 18-inch alloys, multi-beam LED headlights, parking sensors, uprated suspension and sports seats. Just like BMW’s M Sport trim, AMG Line is both a highly desirable and extremely popular trim level – it adds sportier body styling and another interior upgrade.

Reflecting the popularity of sportier trim levels for the previous model, 2021-on C-Class choices stretch from Sport through to AMG Line, AMG Line Premium and AMG Line Premium Plus.

As standard, Sport models are fitted with 17-inch alloys wheels, Comfort seats, LED headlights and an impressive amount of technology (see separate section below). AMG Line upgrades to 18-inch alloys, AMG front and rear bumpers and privacy glass. Step up to AMG Line Premium for striking 19-inch alloys, adaptive high-beam and ambient lighting, while AMG Line Premium Plus introduces a new design of double five-spoke alloys, panoramic sunroof and four-zone climate control.

What Tech Will I Find In My Mercedes C-Class?

2014-2021 models feature an infotainment screen controlled by a rotary controller located near where you’d expect to (and sometimes do) find a manual gear stick. All are equipped with a reversing camera as standard, though you’ll need at least SE Executive Edition to get sat-nav.

Driver-assistance features include Attention Assist (a message pops up on the dashboard if the car detects you’re tired) and there’s Collision Prevention Assist Plus for autonomous emergency braking.

The 2021-onwards C-Class steps its technology game up a gear. Even standard equipment includes a 12.3-inch digital instrument display and 11.9-inch portrait-oriented multimedia display that hooks up with the MBUX multimedia system.

Upgrade to AMG Line Premium spec for augmented reality sat-nav – it displays images from the front-mounted camera on the infotainment screen and projects turn arrows on them, blending the real and virtual worlds. Spotify, Amazon Music and Apple Music are all integrated into the infotainment system now too. Neat Standard safety equipment includes Blind-Spot Assist and a rear-view camera.

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