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petrol Cylinder arrangement/number Total 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 (115/5300) 225 (223) 5.5-5.0 (5.8-5.4) 127-116 (135-126)
C 200 4 in line 1991 135/5500 (135/5500) 237 (235) 5.7-5.3 (5.6-5.3) 132-123 (131-123)
C 250 4 in line 1991 – (155/5500) – (250)[3] – (5.6–5.3) – (131–123)
C 400 4MATIC [4] V6 2996 – 245/5250–6000 – (250)[3] 7.8–7.3 181–170
Mercedes-AMG C 63 V8 3.982 – (350/5.500–6.250) – (250)[3] – (8.2) – (192)
Mercedes-AMG C 63 S V8 3.982 – (375/5.500–6.250) – (250)[3] – (8.4–8.2) – (195–192)

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Figures in brackets apply to vehicles with automatic transmission

[1] Figures for rated output and rated torque in accordance with Directive 80/1269/EEC in the currently applicable version.

[2] The figures shown for fuel consumption and CO2 emissions were obtained in accordance with the prescribed measuring process (Regulation [EC] 715/2007 in its currently applicable version). 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.

[3] Electronically limited

[4] Expected availability from 4. quarter of 2014.

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