Used car market has grown and become extremely popular in the last couple of years. The market for used cars from the luxury segment has also gone up as they have become more cheaper and accessible to people. We have featured several videos of used luxury car being sold at a very tempting price in the past. Here we have similar video where we have not one but two Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedans that are being sold at a price cheaper than a brand new Maruti Dzire.
The video has been uploaded by Baba Luxury Car on their youtube channel. Both the C-Class sedan are in silver colour but, one of them has slight modifications done to it. The first car seen in the video is a 2012 model C-Class. The car looks in good condition from the outside. The owner of this car has done minor modifications to enhance the look of the car. It gets smoked effect in the headlamp, blacked out roof and a set of aftermarket alloys.
No major dents or scratches were visible on the car in video. The interior of the C-Class is all black from inside. It gets multi function steering wheel, leather seats, premium looking interiors and so on. The interior of this car has also been decently maintained. This is a diesel engine car and the asking price for this Delhi registered 2012 Mercedes-Benz C-Class 220D is Rs 7.95 lakh.
Next car is also a C-Class and looks in great condition too. Unlike the first car, it is all stock with no modifications at all. No major dents and scratches can be seen on the body and the alloy wheels are all factory fitted. Just like the other one, it also gets an all black interior which looks very neat. This particular car is registered in Uttar Pradesh and the asking price for this 2013 diesel Merc C-Class is 7.95 lakh. Both the cars are powered by a 2.2 litre,170 Bhp and 400 Nm torque diesel engine paired with an automatic gearbox.
Both the cars are cheaper than a brand new Maruti Dzire which makes it an attractive deal for many. One thing that should be kept in mind is that, these are luxury cars and will be quite heavy on your pocket if something goes wrong. It is always recommended to have a closer look at the vehicle before making a final decision.