Mercedes Benz C350 Price in Nigeria & Specifications

The price of a used Mercedes Benz C350 would be between N1.50 million and N15.0 million Naira in Nigeria.

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However, the exact amount of money you’d have to pay, would depend on three things, namely;

The year the Mercedes-Benz C350;

How much use it has undergone;

Who you’re buying from.

In other words, if you’re buying a 2006 C350 that has been used severely and from someone who needs the money urgently, you might end up buying the car at a very low price.

But let’s assume you’re are buying a 2014 C350 that was used just a little, and the seller wants a lot of money, you can end up buying that car at a pretty expensive price.

However, the following are the general prices of all editions of Benz C350.

Mercedes Benz C350 Price in Nigeria

  • Benz C350 2006: N1.50 million – N2.00 million
  • Benz C350 2007: N2.50 million – N3.50 million
  • Benz C350 2008: N2.75 million – N4.00 million
  • Benz C350 2009: N3.25 million – N5.00 million
  • Benz C350 2010: N3.75 million – N6.00 million
  • Benz C350 2011: N4.00 million – N8.50 million
  • Benz C350 2012: N5.50 million – N10.0 million
  • Benz C350 2013: N7.25 million – N13.0 million
  • Benz C350 2014: N8.00 million – N15.0 million

1.) C350 2006: N1.50 million – N2.00 million

  • Gas engine | V6 cylinders | 3.5 L base engine size
  • 268 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 258 ft-lbs. @ 2400 rpm Torque
  • Premium unleaded [ required ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 6-speed manual transmission
  • 21 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 16.4-gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive
  • 24 valves
  • 5 seats

C350 2006 model is the first edition of this car.

And identifying it would pose little or no challenge. When this car was released, it was really impressive.

So many people loved it, and even till date, people love the car. In the aspect of design, the car is quite impressive.

But when it comes to its internal components, we’re going to give it a 3-star rating, out of 5.

Not that there’s something wrong with the internal components, it’s just that there’s nothing quite special about it’s internal components.

2.) C350 2007: N2.50 million – N3.50 million

  • Gas engine | V6 cylinders | 3.5 L base engine size
  • 268 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 258 ft-lbs. @ 2400 rpm Torque
  • Premium unleaded [ required ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 6-speed manual transmission
  • 20 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 16.4-gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive
  • 24 valves
  • 5 seats

2006 model was an outstanding success for Daimler AG, so the company decided to release a 2007 edition of the car.

When it comes to the internal component, these editions are quite the same. But when it comes to external design, there are some differences you might notice.

The engine of the Mercedes-Benz C350 also features V6 cylinders, and the car is capable of delivering up to 20 miles per gallon.

With a fuel tank of 16.4 gallons, you can go as far as 325 miles, before having to refuel. And as you would expect, the engine of the car is a gas engine.

3.) C350 2008: N2.75 million – N4.00 million

  • Gas engine | V6 cylinders | 3.5 L base engine size
  • 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission
  • 268 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 258 ft-lbs. @ 2400 rpm Torque
  • Premium unleaded [ required ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 20 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 17.4-gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive
  • 24 valves
  • 5 seats

When the 2008 edition of the Mercedes-Benz C350 came out, it was discovered that Daimler AG had decided to make changes to the engine of the car.

For example, the Mercedes-Benz C350 2008 comes with a 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission, compared to the 6-speed manual transmission of the older models.

However, engine is not the only aspect where the 2008 differs. The 2008 edition of the car also differs in the aspect of design.

The 2008 model of the car comes with a pretty nicer design, compared to the 2006 and the 2007 editions.

4.) C350 2009: N3.25 million – N5.00 million

  • Gas engine | V6 cylinders | 3.5 L base engine size
  • 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission
  • 268 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 258 ft-lbs. @ 2400 rpm Torque
  • Premium unleaded [ required ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 20 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 17.4-gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive
  • 24 valves
  • 5 seats

As you would expect, the 2008 edition of the Mercedes-Benz C350 turned out a success.

And that seems to have encouraged Daimler AG to do a better work, as they made some nice improvements to the design of the car.

If you don’t look the 2008 edition and the 2009 edition closely, you might find it difficult to tell the differences between them.

But when you take a pretty close look, you’d start to see the differences, and you’re going to appreciate those tiny improvements, even though they might not be glaring.

5.) C350 2010: N3.75 million – N6.00 million

  • Gas engine | V6 cylinders | 3.5 L base engine size
  • 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission
  • 268 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 258 ft-lbs. @ 2400 rpm Torque
  • Premium unleaded [ required ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 20 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 17.4-gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive
  • 24 valves
  • 5 seats

Just like the 2009 edition, the 2010 edition of the C350 features the same engine as the 2008 edition.

In other words, C350 2010 delivers the same performance as the 2008 edition and the 2009 edition.

In other words, a full tank of the Mercedes-Benz C350 2010 is going to take you as far as 345 miles, before having to refuel the car.

And the transmission is also a 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission, as you would expect.

However, there are some little improvements made to the car, in the aspect of physical appearance. And you’d definitely also appreciate these little improvements.

6.) C350 2011: N4.00 million – N8.50 million

  • Gas engine | V6 cylinders | 3.5 L base engine size
  • 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission
  • 268 hp @ 6000 rpm Horsepower
  • 258 ft-lbs. @ 2400 rpm Torque
  • Premium unleaded [ required ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 20 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 17.4-gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive
  • 24 valves
  • 5 seats

The internal components introduced in the 2008 model of the C350 is very good.

And this made Daimler AG decide to feature that same set of internal components, in the Benz C350 2011.

In other words, the 2011 edition shares the same engine with the 2008, the 2009, and the 2010 editions.

But as you would expect, there are some differences in the aspect of design.

In other words, if you don’t have a lot to spare, you should consider buying the 2008 edition.

But if you have some extra cash to spare, and would prefer a better aesthetics, then you shouldn’t ignore the 2011 edition.

7.) C350 2012: N5.50 million – N10.0 million

  • Gas engine | V6 cylinders | 3.5 L base engine size
  • 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission
  • 302 hp @ 6500 rpm Horsepower
  • 273 ft-lbs. @ 3500 rpm Torque
  • Premium unleaded [ required ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 23 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 17.4-gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive
  • 24 valves
  • 5 seats

The engine featured in the 2008, the 2009, the 2010, and the 2011 editions may be outstanding.

But just like many other things, time caught up with it, and it ended up not being special anymore.

In other words, the 2012 edition of the Mercedes-Benz C350 comes with a different set of internal components. And as you would expect, it’s internal components are more impressive.

For instance, the engine featured in the Mercedes-Benz C350 201 is rated 302 horsepower [at 6,500 rpm].

8.) C350 2013: N7.25 million – N13.0 million

  • Gas engine | V6 cylinders | 3.5 L base engine size
  • 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission
  • 302 hp @ 6500 rpm Horsepower
  • 273 ft-lbs. @ 3500 rpm Torque
  • Premium unleaded [ required ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 23 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 17.4-gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive
  • 24 valves
  • 5 seats

The engine introduced in the 2012 edition of the Benz C350 also happens to be a very good engine.

In other words, there was no reason to replace it, when the design of the 2013 edition was being made.

So, the 2013 edition features the same engine as the 2012 edition.

With a fuel tank of 17.4 gallons and a combined MPG of 23 mpg, a build of the Mercedes C350 2013 should take you as far as 400 miles, before you’d have to refuel.

And becoming a proud owner of this car will cost you between N7.25 million and N13 million.

9.) C350 2014: N8.00 million – N15.0 million

  • Gas engine | V6 cylinders | 3.5 L base engine size
  • 7-speed shiftable automatic transmission
  • 302 hp @ 6500 rpm Horsepower
  • 273 ft-lbs. @ 3500 rpm Torque
  • Premium unleaded [ required ]
  • Double overhead cam [ dohc ]
  • 23 mpg [ Combined MPG ]
  • 17.4-gallon fuel tank
  • Rear-wheel drive
  • 24 valves
  • 5 seats

The 2014 marks the end of the Benz C350.

There were too many models of cars under the Mercedes C-class, so the company had to discontinue some models.

And Benz C350 happens to be one of those they discontinued. In other words, it wasn’t discontinued because it failed.

As regards, the internal components of the 2014 edition, they are quite similar to those of the 2012 edition and the 2013 edition.

However, the 2014 edition is more impressive, when it comes to design. The car also happens to have a base engine size of 3.5 L.

Final Note

The amount of the Mercedes Benz cars we have provide above is the price of used builds of all editions of the C350 right now in Nigeria.

In other words, production of the C350 started in 2006, and it ended in 2014.

So if you see someone trying to sell an edition outside 2006 and 2014, you should automatically know the person either doesn’t know what they’re say or the person is trying to cheat you.

And for those interested in new builds of these editions, the truth is that you would almost certainly not find a new build of any of the editions discussed above.

In other words, we can’t tell the price of something that doesn’t even exist.

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