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2015 Mercedes C-Class Priced From $39,325


Mercedes just announced U.S. pricing for the 2015 C-Class luxury sedan marking an increase over the outgoing W204 model.

Pricing for the new C-Class will start at $39,325 including delivery. The 2014 C-Class, which marked the end of the third generation, comes with a starting price of $36,725. That means the entry-level fourth-generation car gets a $2,600 price increase. Equipped with the 2.0-liter turbo four, the not-so-entry-level Benz has 241 hp and 273 lb-ft of torque compared to the outgoing C250’s 201-hp direct-injected 1.8-liter four-cylinder mill.

Sitting above that model, Mercedes is also offering a version with its new 3.0-liter bi-turbo V6 that pushes out 329 hp and 354 lb-ft of torque. At launch, the company will only offer it with 4Matic all-wheel drive for $49,515 including delivery, but the company said in a press release that a rear-wheel drive model will follow in the first quarter of 2015.

At its base MSRP, the new C-Class climbs by roughly seven percent compared to last year, but more importantly, it pushes the price floor within spitting distance of the $40,000 mark to widen the gap between it and the smaller CLA-Class Mercedes launched in North America last fall.
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Does anyone when it is released in the Market class c 300 4 Matic. I live in Florida NW is it really worth buying AWD. Some saying 4matic causes lot issues down the line compared to FWD..

Any thought appreciated.

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Retry your first sentence. I'm bewildered.
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The Extended Mobility Tires (Run-Flats) with no spare provided kill that car for me.

AWD is not necessary in Florida but it will improve traction/stability when driving in rain. RWD versions will be available eventually.
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I don't understand the huge prices of vehicles.When computers first came out,they were expensive,now you can buy one for cheap.Cars are now made with robots,cheap non union,and foriegn labor.With cheap chinese parts.Sure they have more cheap sensors that will fail.But they are sold in bulk.Who is ripping off who.

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