Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate


The new C-Class Estate has had subtle design tweaks to its bumper with new chrome elements, an AMG Line diamond radiator grille and redesigned LED headlamps. At the back, the full-LED taillamps have also been refreshed for a modern feel. The C-Class is sophisticated, classy and understated in design. For a more sleek and sporty exterior, there’s the top-of-the-range AMG Line Night Edition, which includes a black spoiler, 19” multispoke AMG alloy wheels and, if you opt for the Premium Plus version, a panoramic sunroof. Inside, comfort and luxury take centre stage.

Across all models, the interior is sophisticated and classy, giving off a premium and quality feel with eye-catching trims and metal details. There’s also ample legroom in the front and, with the Multicontour Seat package, a massage function is added to the seats and the side bolsters, with adjustable lumbar support to find your perfect driving position. In terms of boot space, all models come with three-way folding rear seats as standard. Boot capacity varies slightly depending on engine choice but there’s a minimum of 440-litres with the seats up or 1,460 with them down.
C-Class Estate 2021 Technology


The C-Class Estate comes armed with a whole host of high-tech features as standard. The infotainment system is presented on a slick 10.25” display. You can also opt for a digital 12.3” driver display that allows you to choose from three display styles: Classic, Sport and Progressive. The new steering wheel with Touch Control buttons and smartphone integration is available with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. In selected models, you also benefit from a Burmester surround sound system, wireless smartphone charging and a head-up display. For maximum comfort, Mercedes-Benz has introduced what they call ‘Energising Comfort Control’ which allows for specific wellness setups by adjusting the climate control, seats, lighting and music tailored to your needs and mood. For example, if you’re coming towards the end of a long journey, the C-Class will adjust the setup to re-energise you.
C-Class Estate 2021 Safety


The driver assistance systems in the new C-Class Estate are now as comprehensive as the S-Class, , with the likes of Active Distance Assist, Blind Spot Assist and the Pre-Safe system included as standard. For added safety tech, the Driving Assistance Plus package features extras such as Active Lane Keeping Assist and Evasive Steering Assist. The C-Class Multibeam LED headlamps intelligently adjust to the current road and traffic conditions with 84 individually controllable LEDs.
Mercedes-Benz C-Class Estate


Mercedes-Benz has launched the C-Class Estate with a choice of completely new engines. There’s the entry-level 170hp C 180 1.5-litre petrol engine, the 204hp C 200, or 258hp C 300, which goes from 0 – 62mpg in 6 seconds. For diesels, there’s the 2.0-litre 164hp C 200 d, 200hp C 220 d and 265hp C 300 d, which makes it to 62mph in 5.7 seconds. All engines come with a built-in electric motor to boost performance and fuel economy. For those that want a bit more of a kick, there’s the AMG versions of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, or if you fancy going for a plug-in hybrid, there’s the C 300 e.