Mercedes C250 CDI AMG review Pictures images specs and price

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Mercedes-Benz C 250 AT Special Series

Mercedes C250 CDI AMG edition Pictures, images, specs, and details

Mercedes-Benz India the C250 AMG performance edition a back. Since we had not comprehensively the stock C250 CDI – the model the AMG edition is based on, we were in taking this baby out for a Before we start, however, we to make it amply clear this AMG branded machine the bloodthirsty, ferocious hound your typical AMGs It’s more of a visual meant to let aspiring AMG buyers the legendary nameplate on their even if it is in an obscured and symbolic There are of course a host of goodies you get over your C250, most of which do a difference. We took the baby out for a spin, and really liked it as a Here’s our quick review of the

Design and visuals

First there isn’t any conspicuous, AMG branding on this edition; and for reason – it’s not a proper AMG more of an visually differentiated, kit. The AMG edition gets hot cosmetic and functional upgrades which glamorize the C-class by a margin. To start with, the AMG comes with a sexy tinted panoramic roof. The adds oodles of premium to the car, and would make the appreciate it all that much gazing at it from his high deck. The kids in the family be happier too.

Then you those sporty looking 5 17 inch alloys with AMG They’re lighter, and look sharper than the standard Trying to peek out from are perforated brake discs up and Mercedes-Benz branding on the calipers. The mufflers have been in chrome to let the followers know you are a special machine, especially there is no AMG branding on the car’s

The front and rear bumpers AMG styling cues, with side-skirts adding further Bi-xenon intelligent headlights LED daytime running lights are here. You can have the feature on normal C250CDI as well, but M-B charge you extra for that.

The AMG kit makes the C-class appear more appealing and sportier its stock variant. Look at it any angle, and it has the stuff to hold its own the rivals. This, in our honest should what the C-class look like, even its trim. A little too much to ask but appealing cars sell And this one sure has appeal by the

Engine and transmission

No big news as the AMG edition is powered by the same inline four twin diesel engine that the stock 250 CDI. Power is rated at a very healthy 4200 rpm and torque at a disturbingly 500NM @ 1600-1800 rpm.  The is mated with the delightful auto transmission, known for its seamless shifts. Shifts can be either via the shifter stick or pedals behind the steering

That diesel engine, with its massive torque has spunk to make the C-class an car to drive. 0-100 km/h is a sub 8 business with 200 km/h not too tough to achieve. Acceleration is brisk, and this baby is to plunge ahead at the slightest dab of the pedal. Overtaking lesser of metal is a piece of cake, and you can much bring the entire to a standstill as you zoom past with the punch that mill carries. The C250 engine delivers genuine comparable to cars from a above.

The power is laid to the tar in a fashion slightly fiercer we know Mercedes cars Burying the pedal means the will lunge ahead some degree of severity – and how we it! Apart from the normal mode you have Manual and AMG exclusive – Sport mode. the normal drive mode focuses more on comfort and the Sport mode lets the hold on for longer (almost redline) before upshifting  and more quickly too. The gets stiffened up for a more ride, but more on that

The C250 AMG edition comes an ECO mode, which essentially is a Hybrid system and turns the off every time you stop. We the system a little too eager to cut the – the engine going dead with a momentary halt. We the system will get onto our in the stop-start Mumbai traffic, but as as we got caught into a traffic we realized that the system is enough to make out the difference. a few continued pauses, it stopped itself down. Smart!

Ride and handling

While may disagree, we found the ground of the AMG edition lower than the variant. The AMG edition most rides lower. Even in the Drive mode, we had a bit of a problem speed breakers. The suspension is but handles undulations rather at low speeds. The lo-pro tyres, with the firm suspension make for the cushiest ride This suspension is different stock, it’s stiffer, and the discomfort apart, there are very nice benefits from the fact.

Choosing the AMG exclusive Sport mode the suspension further, prepping the car to be around corners with body control and poise.  We the AMG edition to be quite unique as handling. The poise and grip by the C 250 AMG edition exceeded our expectations by a big The flat bottomed steering also had much more and feedback to it than on the stock 250 There is a pronounced ‘stiff’ to the unit at high speeds in a line and while hurling the car corners. A part of this feels unnatural, but still to translate a lot of information to your making corner carving this baby a quite a

We absolutely loved the way the suspension in the sport mode – flat and Even with the pseudo AMG this C250 is capable of the average Joe feel like an F1 More seasoned drivers probably be able to read its better, but your everyday is guaranteed to come back elated. The 225/45 Continental offers plenty of grip, and to the suspension this special has enough poise to pardon the part of your offensive

The C250 CDI AMG edition is quite of a typical Mercedes car as regards traits, and borders on being a as regards feel and handling. We had a time with this on the Lonavala twisties, and came with a newfound respect for the

Cabin comfort and features

The color central display the instrument console has to be one of the highlights of the CDI’s cabin. It instantly a modern, premium, and opulent to the man behind the wheel, along delivering a wide array of The cabin for the AMG edition is essentially the as the stock car except for a few changes.

from the delightful panoramic the center console comprises of the button which itself is an enough to tilt the buying in Merc’s favor for an enthusiast. you have AMG branded floor brushed steel brake/ / parking brake pedals black rubber studs for grip. The 3 digital-analogue dials on the cluster come with surrounds. Other AMG Sports bits include aluminium-look lever with leather

The rest of the interior, like the C250 CDI is draped in opulence high-quality materials including leather upholstery and ash wood The cabin of this car is a special to be, and the choice of colours, materials and really makes you feel in opulence. The AMG edition’s cabin is to none as regards quality and

The back bench can seat but the central passenger would to contend with the transmission and rear AC vents. The under support could have a little more, but the seats are very comfortable, offering support to the back.

Intelligent headlamps, Attention Assist, Control, Comand system, the Sport mode, a rich audio system, dual climate control and the regular M-B gear completes the headlines for the A remarkably good interior makes the C250 CDI much desirable than the lower

It’s surprising how little the AMG costs over the standard CDI, while adding a array of features to the list. roof, special suspension, mode, sexy looking AMG wheels, body kit, running lights as standard, package with more – the list would get you poorer by a lot if you went to the market to get your CDI retrofitted with all that The AMG edition looks substantially than its vanilla cousin, and feels much better to as well. Thankfully, M-B have not overboard with the whole AMG and a power suit clad wouldn’t be a misfit in this

Mercedes-Benz C 250 AT Special Series

For Rs 77k premium, we really think the AMG edition is a total steal. In we honestly think that the entire C250 CDI line this version (even the AMG branded bits) would in way more customers for M-B India. We think that for all those for the C250 CDI, choosing sexy upgrade should be an no-brainer.

Price: Rs 34.62 ex-Mumbai

The AMG body kit adds to the car’s presence. Notice the AMG front bumper with down central air dam

Panoramic makes driving with a much more  enjoyable

Rear windscreen blinds.

door features manually blinds

Light sensors for the lamps

Technical Specifications


Displacement (cc)   

Rated output 204bhp at

Rated torque 500Nm at

Compression ratio 16.2:1

Mercedes-Benz C 250 AT Special Series


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