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A new Mercedes-Benz sedan makes a stunning addition to any driveway in the Saco and Falmouth area. You have several options to consider in the sedan lineup at Mercedes-Benz Scarborough, but if you’re ready to elevate your drives beyond entry-level luxury, we recommend that you start with the C-Class or E-Class. You can test drive both sedans with us in Scarborough, but before you make the trip, check out the following guide to learn the basic differences between the 2023 Mercedes-Benz C-Class vs. E-Class.
The most prominent difference between the C-Class and E-Class lies in their pricing and options. You can bring a new C-Class home to Cape Elizabeth for a lower price than the new E-Class. However, the E-Class offers three more configurations than the C-Class, so with a higher price range comes more options and more features. Compare the C-Class vs. E-Class pricing and model lineups:
2023 Mercedes-Benz C-Class
2023 Mercedes-Benz E-Class
If you compare the base engine of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class vs. E-Class, you’ll discover that both sedans come with a standard 255-hp 2.0L inline-4 turbo engine and a 9-speed automatic transmission. However, the engine produces different mpg ratings for both models, and their torque figures are also different. Additionally, this is the only engine option for the C-Class. But, if you were to upgrade to the E-Class, you’d be able to consider available AMG® engines in upper-level trims. Compare the base performance figures of the C-Class vs. E-Class:
2023 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Base Specs
2023 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Base Specs
What’s the difference between the C-Class and E-Class interiors? One thing you should know is that the 2023 C-Class cargo volume measures 12.6 cubic feet, while the 2023 E-Class cargo volume measures 13.1 cubic feet. It’s not a huge difference, but some drivers can make good use of the extra inches inside the E-Class. Additionally, the E-Class affords you a few more standard interior features than the C-Class. Compare their interior features below:
2023 Mercedes-Benz C-Class Interior
2023 Mercedes-Benz E-Class Interior
You can compare the Mercedes-Benz C-Class vs. E-Class in person at Mercedes-Benz Scarborough and even take them both for a test drive to feel totally assured in your decision. Contact us to schedule today or stop by when you’re in our area! In the meantime, you can conduct more Mercedes-Benz research right here on our website.
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*Starting price is MSRP, or Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price. MSRP excludes transportation and handling charges, destination charges, taxes, title, registration, license, tag, preparation and documentary service fees, insurance charges, and Dealer add-on products, accessories and associated labor and installation charges. MSRP for a base model prior to customer build also excludes charges for optional equipment, products, packages, and accessories. Actual vehicle price and availability may vary by Dealer and should be confirmed with the dealer selected by customer.
**EPA estimated fuel economy. Compare the estimated mpg to the estimated mpg of other vehicles. You may get different mileage depending on how fast you drive, weather conditions and trip length. Your actual highway mileage will probably be less than the highway estimate.