More than a month has passed since Mercedes-Benz unveiled the redesigned C-Class. At the time, the German luxury automaker only showed the top-spec models with all options fitted and the most powerful engine fitted.

Mercedes-Benz reveals 2021 C-Class specs, line-up image

Mercedes-Benz has since revealed the rest of the line-up, and there's a lot to cover. Starting with the model lines, there are three to choose from. It starts with the standard model (Serienausstattung or Standard Equipment), followed by the long-running Avantgarde line. The highest grade available is the AMG Line with its sportier exterior, interior, and suspension settings. Mercedes-Benz ditched the Exclusive model line, and with it, the traditional hood star.

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On to the model range and it kicks off with the C180. This entry-level model uses a turbocharged 1.5-liter engine with mild-hybrid technology. It may be the base model but power is a decent 170 PS and 250 Nm of torque. Not only that, the mild-hybrid tech gives it an extra 20 PS for a total output of 190 PS.

Up next is the C200 and it uses a more powerful tune of the same 1.5-liter turbo with mild-hybrid assist from the C180. Power ratings are 204 PS (+20 PS with electric assist) and 300 Nm of torque for the C200. The C200 is also available with 4Matic all-wheel-drive.

Then there's the C220 d, the entry-level diesel model, at least for now. It has a 2.0-liter mill that's good for 200 PS and 440 Nm of torque. Like the 1.5-liter turbo-gas engines, the diesel also benefits from mild-hybrid assist, giving it a 20 PS boost.

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Moving on to the 300 models, there are two available, namely the C300 (mild-hybrid gas) and C300 d (mild-hybrid turbodiesel). At the moment, these are the most powerful engine options for the all-new C-Class. The C 300 comes with a 2.0-liter turbo-gas mill making 258 PS (+20 PS electric boost) and 400 Nm of torque. Meanwhile, the C300 d's 2.0-liter engine packs 265 PS (+20 electric boost) and 550 Nm of torque. All these engines use a nine-speed automatic transmission dubbed 9G-Tronic. Manual transmission models will follow down the line.

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As for standard equipment, all models regardless of variant and model line, have a load of features standard. These include Agility Control, digital radio, Dynamic Select, EQ Boost, MBUX infotainment, Keyless-Go, tire pressure monitoring, seat belt reminder for rear occupants, a center airbag, and even a high-visibility vest.

Mercedes-Benz reveals 2021 C-Class specs, line-up image

Base models also get a widescreen infotainment system and physical buttons for climate control. Opt for the Advanced Infotainment Package and most of the vehicle functions are moved to the touchscreen.

Mercedes-Benz reveals 2021 C-Class specs, line-up image

While we won't get the all-new C-Class here anytime soon, at least we know the wide variety of models and engines available. It also has a comprehensive standard equipment list, boosting its value proposition. While it's unlikely we'll get the C300 and C300 d here, we'll gladly take the C180 and C220 d should CATS Motors decide to bring those in soon.