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  • 2020 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
    RM 2,750/Month RM 259,888

Key Highlights

AMG Line includes all the genuinely sporty equipment Best-in-class interior, open pore wood is prettiest in business Huge range means there's a C-Class for everyone
New 9-AT is responsive and better refinement Improved fuel economy due to electrical assistance from EQ Boost Most extensive after-sales network, 33 3S centres

Overview

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class recently went through an update to remain competitive against its rivals. For 2019-2020, three locally assembled sedans are available to choose from, starting with the entry level C200 AMG retails that for RM 254,888. The W205 C-Class is underpinned by the marque’s all-new Modular Rear Architecture (MRA) platform that uses aluminium extensively in order to make it lighter yet rigid. It faces stiff competition from models like the BMW 3-Series, Audi A4, Lexus IS & ES, Jaguar XE, and Infiniti Q50. 


The updated C-Class family starts with the C200, powered by the company’s new 1.5-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine that does 184 hp and 280 Nm. This variant include features such as:

18-inch alloy wheels

Open-pore grey oak wood trim

Blind Spot Assist

Audio 20 infotainment system

10.25-inch media display

12.3-inch Digital Instrument Display

Apple CarPlay & Android Auto


Moving up the ladder is the C300, powered by a larger 2.0-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine, now delivering 258 hp and 370 Nm. This variant also upgrades several features:

19-inch AMG alloy wheels

AMG Line exterior package

Multibeam LED headlights

Active Lane Keeping Assist

AMG Line interior package

Black open-pore ash wood trim


Sitting at the top of the C-Class range is the C43 sedan, now delivering 390 hp and 520 Nm from its 3.0-litre biturbo V6. This variant upgrades the interior to an AMG matt silver glass-fibre interior trim.


Apart from the regular C-Class sedan, Mercedes-Benz also offers the C-Class Coupe, in C200 and C300 variants.

All new Mercedes-Benz C-class sedans come with a 4-year unlimited mileage warranty. Entry into the Mercedes-Benz ownership experience can be done in many ways, from traditional hire-purchase, to lease2go leasing program as well as the innovative low monthly repayment Agility scheme that also offers guaranteed future value. 

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Key Details

  • Body Type: Sedan/Coupe
  • Transmission: Automatic
  • Engine Capacity: 1500 cc - 3982 cc
  • Fuel Type: petrol/hybrid
  • Seat Capacity: 4 - 5
  • Price: RM 240,501 - RM 820,888

Reviews

User Review of Mercedes-Benz C-Class

4.2 Excellent
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Showing 13 reviews sorted by Latest Year
4 Very Good
Wilson
Owner of 2017 Mercedes-Benz C200

A good car

Generally it is a comfy car to travel in. However the suspension can be improved to go through uneven roads better. - Less
5 Excellent
Kevin
Owner of 2017 Mercedes-Benz C200

Performance car for small family

Hard suspension great for long distance road trip. 2.0T engine with 300nm of torque, you can easily overtake most of the vehicle on the road. - Less
5 Excellent
Prasnth
Owner of 2016 Mercedes-Benz C180

Mercedes-Benz C180 (W205) 3 Year Review

I have owned multiple cars throughout my life although continental cars have attracted me the most. In today's day & age, many cars no longer have the pedigree origins of being manufactured in a single country/region - my last 2013 Ford Focus Titanium, despite being an American, had mostly been engineered in Germany. One car manufacturer still stands firm to it's roots and it is Mercedes - I purchased the C180, W205 variant back in December 2016 and I must say, has been the best and most pleasant purchases I've ever made. First of all, the car has been doing exceptionally well aside from minor manufacturing issues such as noisy bushes and wind noises which were promptly replaced at no extra cost under Mercedes 4-year warranty period. Just be honest with the Service Advisor when asked on your own experience & not to reuse others experience to get it done, as it could already be addressed in current batches. Aside from those, the last 3 years have been a breeze - no issues whatsoever except for a pair of RFT tyre replacements; made after 31000km of driving. Now to the fun part - the drive. The car is powered by a M274 single turbo mated with a 7G TRONIC Plus transmission. The 1.6 liter engine produces a humble 156hp with 250Nm of torque on a low boost turbo that kicks in at an early 1200RPM. This in turn enables to car to be exceptionally zippy for city driving while doing great justice at local highways, allowing the car to cruise at 100mph at ease (such speeds are not endorsed and are against local regulations). The 7G TRONIC Plus gearbox doesn't overkill the small displacement engine but provides exceptional fuel consumption in both city and town driving. The car easily gives 7. 5l/100km for KL driving under moderate traffic to an astonishing 5.5l/100km (18++km per liter) to JB / Penang, running on the speed limit. I personally went with the Diamond Silver exterior, which is considered a staple colour of Mercedes Benz - literally a metallic silver with a blue hue over it and creates a different shade under every weather. For the interior, I took the White ARTICO faux-leather, in my own opinion, is the most striking yet easiest to maintain - as it's not real leather and can be easily cleaned with proper vinyl cleaning products commercially available. Till date, the seats still show it's luster and does not show any signs of aging whatsoever. The most important aspect of this variant versus other variants, i.e. C200/250/300/350e is it's proven reliability of it's setup - with only the essential electronics and equipments put into it minus the many heavy bodykits and larger tyre profiles of the higher variants, the car isn't costly to maintain. The tyres come in a beautiful 5-spoke 17" rims and of the same size, unlike the larger, staggered profile tyres of the C200 onwards. The C180 has a start-stop function, which I find exceptionally useful, despite it not having the additional yet expensive auxiliary battery (capacitor) that the other variants have - saving you on long term costs. Finally, I found out that this car comes with a regular electro-hydraulic steering wheel and not a fully electric one; while it doesn't give you the auto steering adjustment feature when entering the car, MB has made it to function as close as the electric one, while being much more reliable and cost-effective for the long haul. The drawbacks is that is doesn't have memory for its front seats, so this is an inconvenience if you have multiple drivers using the car. The other drawback is the basic NTG 5 audio system, in which the console doesn't have much (and responsive) software to allow stuff like screen mirroring and touch screen. This however is good in a way as you end up enjoying the drive and comfort pf the car without spending too much time and attention to the console. The resale value of this car is better than it's larger counterparts, particularly here in Malaysia, where reliability and ownership costs play a role in determining it's value. My advice to first time luxury car owners - get a car that isn't niche & hard to maintain, just like this C180 is for me; unless you have the time and money to throw. The car goes at a decent 228K excluding any OTR costs, so expect to spend 235K in total - which os worth every dollar in my opinion. - Less
1 person found this helpful
3 Good
Low
Owner of 2015 Mercedes-Benz C200

Mercedes-Benz cutting corners.

I have the W205 model. Here are my thoughts: Some areas of the cars that seem to lack quality. - When closing, car doors felt less solid compared to previous models. (e.g. W204 ) - Brake pads tend to make a screeching sound when gradually braking. - Dashboard and infotainment screen brightness adjustment is not responsive at times. - Sound isolation is really bad. It's almost like driving with the windows down. - The car's roof is really thin. Hence, it's super noisy when raindrops lands on the car roof. Other areas to improve - The air-cond speed between 6 & 7 is too big. There should be an in-between. - Bluetooth media volume is not equalized to radio & CD. Bluetooth is too soft, users need to spam the volume up button when connected to it. - Less
1 person found this helpful
5 Excellent
Lavan
Owner of 2012 Mercedes-Benz C180

C 180 coupe 2012, a joy to ride

One of the most reliable coupes in the market. Not the fastest 2 door you'll find but it is comfortable, good milage, very sporty and can always put a smile on your face. - Less
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