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Model Cylinder arrangement / number Displacement (cc) Rated output (kW at rpm)[1] Top speed (km/h) Fuel consumption, combined (l/100 km)[2] CO2 emissions combined (g/km)[2]
C 180 4 in-line 1595 115/5300 225 (223) 5.8–5.3 (6.3–5.9) 135–122 (142–132)
C 200 4 in-line 1991 135/5500 237 (235) 5.9–5.3 (6.2–5.8) 136–123 (140–129)
C 200 4MATIC 4 in-line 1991 135/5500 – (229) – (7.2–6.8) – (162–153)
C 250 4 in-line 1991 155 /5500 – (250, electronically limited) – (6.3–5.8) – (141–130)
C 300 4 in-line 1991 180 /5500 – (250, electronically limited) – (6.8–6.3) – (154–143)
C 400 4MATIC V6 2996 245/5250-6000 – (250, electronically limited) – (8.0–7.6) – (181–172)
Mercedes-AMG C 43 4MATIC V6 2996 270/5500–6000 – (250, electronically limited) – (8.0–7.8) – (183–178)
Mercedes-AMG C 63 V8 3982 350/5500–6250 – (250, electronically limited) – (8.9–8.6) – (209–200)
Mercedes-AMG C 63 S V8 3982 375/5500–6250 – (250, electronically limited) – (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 were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring methods (§2 Nos. 5, 6, 6a 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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