Mercedes Benz C-Klasse Special Edition
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On the exterior, the Special Edition boasts darkened front headlamps with a dark cover frame, 17-inch 5-spoke light-alloy wheels with mixed-size tires, shoulderline trim strips in polished aluminum, front fog lamps with a chrome ring and chromed twin louvres, chrome highlights in the bumper, rub strip and boot lid plus the B-pillar trim painted glossy black.
The C-Klasse Special Edition will come in obsidian black, palladium silver, iridium silver or calcite paintwork, but Mercedes will also debut the indium grey paint.
As for equipment, Mercedes Benz C-Klasse brings Agility Control, Adaptive Brake, Intelligent Light System with bi-xenon lamps, as well as the already familiar BlueEFFICIENCY and Parktronic.
Don't expect the Special Edition to come cheap though. Two sets of prices are available, depending on whether customers choose to go for the interior leather upholstery or not. Without the leather, prices for the Special Edition are in between 2,689 and 3,879 euro higher than the regular C-Klasse. Leather including, those the Special Edition costs an extra 4,629 to 5,819 euro.
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