Current Mercedes C-Class bows out with 'Nightfall Edition'
Sharp style and extra equipment for 'run-out' C-Class trim level
Mercedes has introduced a Nightfall Edition trim level for the C-Class saloon, estate, coupe and convertible, and it's available to order now.The Nightfall Edition is based on the current C-Class, not the forthcoming facelifted version announced recently. Building on the AMG Line trim level, the Nightfall Edition adds matt-black powder-coated 18-inch alloy wheels, matched to black door mirrors and body graphics.
Coupe and cabriolet models get a carbon rear spoiler, as well as a diamond grille with chrome pins. Available in Iridium Silver, Selenite Grey or Obsidian Black metallic paint, C-Class Nightfall Editions boast an AMG body styling kit and sports suspension setup, while the interior boasts black ash wood trim and a flat-bottomed AMG sports steering wheel.
You can add extra refinements, too, with the £1,695 Premium equipment line available on the saloon, Coupe and Estate models. It includes ambient interior lighting, keyless go, a memory package for the seats, steering wheel and mirrors and a panoramic glass sunroof. The £2,995 Premium Plus package adds a Burmester surround sound stereo and the COMAND Online infotainment system to the list.
Meanwhile, the Cabriolet Nightfall Edition – which features some of the above items as standard – is offered with a slimmed-down Premium Plus package of COMAND Online and the Burmester surround-sound system as a £1,300 option.
The Mercedes C-Class Nightfall Edition is available to order now, with prices starting at £32,565 for the C 200 Nightfall Edition saloon.
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