Mercedes-Benz has disclosed the official pricing list for the 2017 C 300 Coupe in the United States, which starts at $43,575, while the 4MATIC commands $2,000 more.
For the money, both versions come as standard with 18-inch wheels, eight-way power seats, Bluetooth, HD radio, 7.0-inch display, aluminum trim and forward collision alert with automatic braking.
Pay an extra $2,300 and the Premium 1 package becomes available, with its blind-spot monitoring, rearview camera, 590-watt Burmester audio, six months of SiriusXM, keyless entry and push-button start. The Premium 2, which costs $4,500, adds power-closing trunk with foot-gesture controls, illuminated AMG door sills, power-folding mirrors, ambient lighting and 8.4-inch screen with navi, touchpad, 3 years of map updates, weather and live traffic.
The AMG body styling, 18-inch AMG 5-spoke wheels, sport brake system, sport-tuned suspension, sport interior with flat-bottom steering wheel, brushed aluminum pedals and topstitched MB-Tex upper dash trim, wrapped in the Sport Package, costs an extra $1,675, while the Night Package, adding black 18-inch AMG 5-spoke wheels, gloss black exterior accents and all the features from the Sport Package, can be had from $1,975.
Mercedes-Benz has a lot of extra equipment in store for the C 300 Coupe, including the illuminated star ($550), rear spoiler ($350), roof spoiler ($300), chrome door handle inserts ($70), 19-inch rims, in different patterns ($500) and several exterior color choices ($0-$1,515).
Both the RWD and all-wheel drive 4MATIC are powered by the same 2.0-liter inline-four turbo engine, equipped with start/stop technology, producing 241 HP and mated to a 7G-Tronic automatic transmission, with paddle shifters. You can access Mercedes-Benz online configurator here.