Mercedes-Benz / C-class / C180 Classic sedan
Mercedes-Benz left no stone unturned when it came to redesigning its smallest, highest volume sedan for the 21st century.
Indeed, the world's oldest motor vehicle manufacturer spent no fewer than four years and $4 billion developing a replacement for the almost seven-year-old W202 version, of which nearly two million were sold worldwide.
And the result is the largest, most sporting, prettiest and best value C-class ever offered.
Model release dates: November 2000 - September 2002
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The December 1994 release of Mercedes-Benz's first compact sedan, the W201 C-class known as the 190E, began a 17-year rivalry with BMW's 3 Series that continues today.
It ran for almost 10 years before being replaced by the W202 C-class in February 1994.
The C180 Classic arrived a month later in March 1994, continuing for almost seven years before being replaced in November 2000 by the all-new W203 version tested here.
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a New C-class
$59,900C180 Avantgarde (a)
$62,400C200 Blue TEC (a)
$63,400C200 CDI (a)
$64,900C200 Blue TEC (a)
$69,900C250 Avantgarde (a)
$70,400C250 Blue TEC (a)
$70,900C250 Avantgarde (a)
$71,400C250 CDI Avantgarde (a)
$72,900C250 CDI Avantgarde (a)
$72,900C250 Blue TEC (a)
$74,900C300 Blue TEC Hybrid (a)
$86,050C300 Avantgarde (a)
$95,900C350 CDI Avantgarde (a)
$99,910C350 Avantgarde (a)
$154,545C63 AMG Sedan (a)
$156,545C63 AMG Wagon (a)
$157,545C 63 AMG (a)
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