Mercedes-Benz US to offer new C-Class range in 3 trim levels

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German luxury automotive marque Mercedes-Benz announced that it will offer the upcoming C-Class sedan in three “highly-equipped, strategically curated trim levels.”

According to the carmaker, the new C-Class will be offered in Premium, Exclusive, and Pinnacle trim levels in the US market.


Here’s what each package includes.


  • 12.3-inch driver display

  • 11.9-inch center touchscreen display

  • MBUX with Biometric Fingerprint Scanner

  • Keyless Start and Keyless-Go

  • Hands-free Access with Electronic Trunk Closer

  • Blind Spot Assist

  • Pre-safe

  • Attention Assist

  • Active Brake Assist

  • Parking Damage Detection Wireless Smartphone Integration with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto

  • Heated Front Seats

  • Sunroof

  • 18-inch Wheels

  • LED Taillamps and Headlamps with Adaptive Highbeam Assist

  • Ambient Lighting

  • Dynamic Select


  • All content of Premium trim, plus

  • Parktronic with Active Parking Assist

  • Surround View System with Guard 360˚ security functionality

  • Enhanced Ambient Lighting

  • Illuminated Door Sills

  • Inductive Wireless Charging

  • Burmester 3D Surround System with Sound

  • Personalization


  • All content of Exclusive trim, plus

  • MB Navigation

  • Head-Up Display

  • MBUX Augmented Video for Navigation

Each of the trims also comes with optional features.

  • AMG Line with Night Package Digital Light Intelligent Lighting System with

  • Adaptive Curve Illumination

  • Driver Assistance Package (Exclusive and Pinnacle only)

  • MB Navigation

  • Ventilated Seats

  • Panorama Roof

  • Integrated Toll Pass (Pinnacle only)

  • Dashcam (Pinnacle only)

  • Heated Steering Wheel

  • Advanced USB Package with additional USB data ports in front and rear, including 100W ports for quick and powerful charging

  • SiriusXM Satellite Radio

The new luxury saloon — through the aforementioned trim levels — will showcase progressive interior and sporty exterior design, electrified engine, innovative comfort features, and groundbreaking technology says Mercedes-Benz.

In terms of size, the all-new C-Class is longer and wider than its predecessor and will feature a cab-backward exterior design. In addition, the C-Class will also come with a new A-shaped grille with an open star pattern and power domes on the bonnet.


Powering the new C-Class model will be a turbocharged four-cylinder engine with an integrated starter generator and 48-volt mild-hybrid technology. It gives the executive sedan a maximum power output of 255hp and 399Nm of torque.


According to Mercedes-Benz, the 48V mild-hybrid system can provide an additional boost of 20hp and 200Nm of torque.

A suite of both active and passive driver-assist features will also be included in the new prestige car such as Active Distance Assist Distronic, Active Steering Assist, and Active Lane Change Assist. A new Stop-and-Go Assist feature also gives the C-Class semi-autonomous support in traffic jams at speeds up to 59kph.


Ultimate personalization of the C-Class sedan is realized in the AMG Line with Night Package. The optional upgrade includes AMG body styling, black accents, AMG wheels, as well as an A-wing on the front fascia. Inside, the AMG package gives the Mercedes luxury sedan a flat-bottom AMG Steering Wheel, AMG floor mats, and MB-Tex Dashboard.

The next-gen C-Class, along with the three new trims, will be made available in US dealerships in the first half of 2022.

Photos from Mercedes-Benz

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