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About Mercedes-Benz C250

As a model in the Mercedes-Benz C-Class, the successor to the Mercedes-Benz 190 E (W201), Mercedes-Benz C250 was built by a German multinational automotive corporation Daimler AG between 2012 and 2015 as a compact executive car. Originally introduced as the renamed version of base Mercedes-Benz C230, C250 was Mercedes-Benz's best-selling vehicle. Competing against the Buick Cascada, Ford Fusion Energi, and Genesis G80, C250 has won many awards and recognition such as Wheels Magazine's Car of the Year, Top Gear Magazine's Executive Car of the Year and so on. But after being manufactured for only about three years, C250 was replaced by C300 due to low sales in North American markets.
Mercedes-Benz C250 made its debut as an upgraded version of the third-generation Mercedes-Benz C-Class (W204), which was introduced to replace the W203. The C250 was offered in only one body style, 2-door coupe but was equipped with refreshed front and rear styling, an updated cabin with more luxurious materials and the replacement of the old pop-up LCD information screen with a fixed display. It also came in some variants such as C250 CDI BlueEFFICIENCY and C250 CGI BlueEFFICIENCY in choice of sedan or station wagon. During its whole life, Mercedes-Benz C250 was powered by a 1.8 L turbocharged inline 4-cylinder engine cranking out 201 horsepower and 229 lb-ft of torque. This engine sent power through a 6-speed manual transmission to rear wheels or four wheels.

Mercedes-Benz C250 Common Problems & Maintenance Tips

Boasting precise steering and handling, quiet and refined engine, Mercedes-Benz C250 is always a good choice for car enthusiasts. But it also lacks the potency of some rivals, you had better be aware of these common problems on your C250:
First, engine rattle on cold start and stalls at acceleration are typical symptoms of engine failure, which are exactly seen commonly on Mercedes-Benz C250. Some C250 drivers feel at a loss about this issue as they know clearly that once the engine starts to wear, the vehicle will also be on the verge of breaking down. In order to avoid the worst result, you might as well learn how to diagnose and solve it as early as you can. Normally, this issue will start with strange sounds such as whining, squealing or rattling from the engine; gradually, the engine will run roughly and have performance issues such as stalling, misfiring and hard starting or inability to start. The vehicle will also perform worse so that it loses power while acceleration and consume excessive oil, even activate the Check Engine Light. It is said this issue often arises when the vehicle reaches at about 50,000 miles, you could inspect the C250 spark plug, oxygen sensor, air filter, oil filter, engine control module, fuel pump, and valve cover gasket if your vehicle has also gotten such a mileage.
Second, for many Mercedes-Benz C250 drivers, transmission problem is another tricky problem and the hesitation when downshifting when the vehicle reaches at about 12,000 miles is complained most. Since transmission failure could be serious enough to cause drivability issue and make your vehicle impotent. Some experienced C250 drivers concluded some practical symptoms of this issue such as clunking or grinding noises from underneath the vehicle; transmission fluids leaking on the ground; indicator not matching the gear; vehicle starting in another gear or not going into any gear; difficulty shifting gear; and transmission slippage and surging. Under such circumstance, the C250 transmission assembly, shift cable, clutch fork, clutch disc and transfer case seal.
Moreover, some parts are bound to be more vulnerable on your Mercedes-Benz C250 since they are made of fragile materials and exposed to harsh working conditions all the time. You are advised to put the C250 seat belt, windshield wiper, wiper blade, fog light, headlight, antenna and cabin air filter on routine maintenance list since they not only meet above requirement but they also play important roles in creating safe and comfortable driving environment.
Your Mercedes-Benz C250's overall excellent quality needs OEM Mercedes-Benz C250 auto parts to sustain since they boast precise fitment and optimum performance. happens to cover a broad selection of lowest-priced manufacturer-warrantied genuine Mercedes-Benz C250 auto parts. All these OEM C250 parts are impeccable in quality, reliability and durability, they could be returned without hassle if you have any dissatisfaction about them after being received at the fastest delivery speed, thus, please shop with confidence now!