Mercedes-Benz has revealed the prices for which consumers can get behind the wheel of its C-Class flagship models.
The firm is now taking orders for the saloon and estate models for £51,317 and £52,567 respectively, with costs up by four and 4.5 per cent on its previous generation of cars.
Motorists can pay extra to improve the model, with top speed increased by the AMG driver’s package and front brake disc and suspension upgrades available in the performance package.
"The latest AMG models are more clearly differentiated than ever before, with a wide road hugging stance accentuated by flared wheel arches and two prominent power domes on the bonnet signalling the cars’ latent power," the company commented.
Mercedes-Benz was founded in 1871 and develops cars, coaches, buses and trucks.
Its headquarters is located in Stuttgart in the Baden-Wurttemberg region of Germany.