The Mercedes-Benz C-Class comes in at number 33 in our ranking of luxury small cars for 2021. Although it is strong, luxurious, and comfy, its handling is merely mediocre.

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class is a reliable vehicle, yes. It comes in three different body types, has a range of strong engine options, gets good gas mileage, and has a comfortable ride.

With plush front seats and a ton of electronics, it also has one of the nicest interiors in the class.With plush front seats and a ton of electronics, it also has one of the nicest interiors in the class.

Instead, to provide you with a comprehensive view of each and every vehicle we rate, we blend the results of expert test drivers with information like safety and reliability rankings.

If you're looking for a luxurious little car with lots of benefits and few flaws, you should have a look at the C-Class. However, the cost of the privilege will be slightly higher.

The entry-level C 300 car costs $41,600. Although not the highest in the class, that beginning price is clearly above average.

The top-of-the-line trim is the Mercedes-AMG C 63 S, which is also more costly than the majority of other tip trims in the class.

The cost of insurance for a Mercedes-Benz C-Class will vary depending on your deductible, the extent of coverage, and the kind of insurance you select.

Your insurance prices may vary depending on a number of factors, including your age, gender, region, credit rating, and driving history.

The BMW is more enjoyable to drive thanks to its agile handling, while the Mercedes puts ride comfort first. However, the engines in both cars are strong.

A four-cylinder turbocharged engine with 255 horsepower is standard equipment on the Mercedes-Benz C 300.

Even more potent C-Class AMG versions are available. A 385-horsepower twin-turbo V6 engine powers the AMG C 43.

The C-Class sedan's cargo space is comparable to that of the rest of its class. You get 12.6 cubic feet of trunk space with it.