The C300 adds nothing more than an all-wheel-drive system that blunts the performance slightly, taking a tenth of a second longer to reach 60 mph with the 255 hp on hand. It’s worth investing in if you live in a cold-weather state, but everywhere else, the standard C300 should suffice. The all-wheel-drive system has a negative effect on fuel consumption, but only marginally so. The specification is otherwise identical between the two models.
Sport Suspension w/Sport Steering System, Diamond Grille in Chrome, AMG Line Interior, Flat-Bottom Steering Wheel, Front Brakes w/Perforated Discs, Mercedes-Benz lettered calipers, Aluminum Pedals, AMG Line Exterior
center door panels in designo Bengal red Nappa leather, center console armrest in designo Black Nappa leather, 3-Position Passenger Seat Memory, adjustable thigh support, designo Black Velour Floor Mats, red-stitched border and designo badges in the front floor mats (replaces AMG floor mats when combined w/AMG Line), Black Fabric Headliner, Multifunction Sport Steering Wheel, Flat Bottom, MB-Tex Dashboard w/Top Stitching, grey top stitching
Active Emergency Stop Assist, Active Distance Assist DISTRONIC w/Steering Assist, Active Steering Assist, Active Brake Assist w/Cross-Traffic Function, Active Blind Spot Assist, Active Speed Limit Assist, Active Lane Keeping Assist, Evasive Steering Assist, Active Lane Change Assist, Route-Based Speed Adaptation
LED Intelligent Light System, active curve illumination, Adaptive Highbeam Assist
Car-to-X Communication, COMAND Navigation, Map Updates for 3 Years
Rear Cross-Traffic Alert, PARKTRONIC w/Active Parking Assist, Surround View System