The Mercedes-Benz C300 is so impressive that it scores near the top of the sports sedan segment. It has a beautiful interior and delivers a driving experience that is close to ideal when it comes to balancing performance and comfort. Simply put: The C300 delivers the driving pleasure people expect from the brand. For those new to the brand, we think you'll find the C300 comfortable, quiet, agile, and altogether well done.
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The Mercedes-Benz C300 is so impressive that it scores near the top of the sports sedan segment. It has a beautiful interior and delivers a driving experience that is close to ideal when it comes to balancing performance and comfort. Simply put: The C300 delivers the driving pleasure people expect from the brand. For those new to the brand, we think you'll find the C300 comfortable, quiet, agile, and altogether well done.

The opening bid for a base, rear-wheel drive C300 starts at $40,000+. Typically equipped it becomes close to $50,000, on par with its peers. such as the BMW 3 Series and Audi A4. 

Buyers signing for the base C300 get a 241-hp, 2.0-liter turbo four-cylinder engine. The next trim, the AMG C43, bumps up to a 362-hp, 3.0-liter turbo V6. And the top-level AMG C63 comes with a fire-breathing 4.0-liter twin-turbo V8 that puts out between 469- and 503 hp. The C-Class is built in Alabama, alongside Mercedes' SUVs.

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Despite only having four cylinders, the C300 provides relatively swift acceleration and likeable levels of refinement. Sure, the available V6 engine in the C43 packs an even more powerful punch and is smoother than the four-cylinder, but we'd stick to the lower-numbered model. Most C-Class sedans...
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