Petrol engines – Make your pulse race.

Model Cylinder arrangement/ number Displacement (ccm) Rated output (kW at rpm)[1] Top speed (km/h) Fuel consumption combined (l/100km)[2] CO2 emissions combined (g/km)[2]
C 180 R4 1595 115/5300 225 (226) 5.8–5.3 (6.3–5.9) 135–122 (142–132)
C 200 R4 1991 135/5500 237 (240) 5.9–5.3 (6.2–5.8) 136–123 (140–129)
C 200 4MATIC R4 1991 135/5500 – (229) – (7.2–6.8) – (162–153)
C 250 R4 1991 155/5500 – (250, electronically governed) – (6.3–5.8) – (141–130)
C 300 R4 1991 180/5500 – (250, electronically governed) – (6.8–6.3) – (154–143)
C 400 4MATIC V6 2996 245/5250–6000 – (250, electronically governed) – (8.0–7.6) – (181–172)
Mercedes-AMG C 43 4MATIC V6 2996 270/5500–6000 – (250, electronically governed) – (8.0–7.8) – (183–178)
Mercedes-AMG C 63 V8 3982 350/5500–6250 – (250, electronically governed) – (8.9–8.6) – (209–200)
Mercedes-AMG C 63 S V8 3982 375/5500–6250 – (250, electronically governed) – (8.6) – (200)

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Figures in brackets apply to vehicles with automatic transmission.

[1] Figures for rated output and rated torque pursuant to Directive 595/2009/EEC in the currently applicable version.

[2] The figures shown for fuel consumption and CO2 emissions have been determined in accordance with the prescribed measuring methods (Article 2, Sections 5, 6, 6a of the Energy Consumption Information Regulation (Pkw-EnVKV) as amended). The figures are not based on an individual vehicle and do not constitute part of the product offer; they are provided solely for purposes of comparison between different vehicle models.

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