2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Values
Select a 2016 Mercedes-Benz C-Class trim level
2016 model year changes
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class was totally redesigned for 2015. For 2016, the C-Class adds three new sedans to the lineup, including the C300d 4MATIC diesel, C350e plug-in hybrid and C450 AMG Sport, while the C400 has been dropped. The C450 AMG features a twin-turbo V6 rated at 362 horsepower and 383 pound-feet of torque.
Attractive modern styling; high-end features; typical Mercedes-Benz luxury; all-wheel drive; fuel-efficient diesel and hybrid engines, plus powerful turbocharged engines
Special features for 2016
The C-Class has traditionally been Mercedes-Benz' entry-level car. However, with the arrival of the CLA, the C-Class is no longer the German automaker's least expensive model. Mercedes-Benz has packed the 2016 C-Class full of upscale technology, determined to make the car feel anything but entry level. Despite this move upmarket, pricing on the C-Class remains competitive with other European small sedans such as the BMW 3-series. The 2016 C-Class starts at around $40,000.
The Mercedes-Benz C-Class comes in sedan and coupe variants, and is well equipped with features and amenities in the base trim level. Standard equipment includes: 17” alloy wheels, automated headlamps, automated wipers, two-zone climate control, tilting and telescoping steering wheel, powered front seating, faux leather upholstery, 60/40 split and fold rear seating, the COMAND interface with 7” touchscreen console, Bluetooth/iPod/USB integration, rolling Wi-Fi and HD radio. Upgrades and upper trim levels can add LED headlamps, satellite radio, heated front seating, leather upholstery, GPS, parking camera, larger touchscreen console, air suspension, collision mitigation system, autonomous steering, remote entry/start, front/rear parking sensors, powered rear sunshade, powered trunk lid and more. Powering this car is a capable and turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 241 horsepower and 273 pound-feet of torque.