Before you buy a Mercedes Benz C-Class 200 W202 in Uganda

by Edwin
(Kampala, Uganda)

Mercedes Benz C-Class 200 in Uganda

Mercedes Benz C-Class 200 in Uganda

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class 200 is a line of compact executive cars produced by Daimler AG.

Introduced in 1993 as a replacement for the 190 (W201) range, the C-Class was the smallest model in the marque's lineup until the A-Class arrived in 1997.

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class 200 is one of the ten most bought cars in Uganda.

Before you buy a Mercedes-Benz C-Class 200 in Uganda

For those who want to drive a reputable brand, often have found the Mercedes Benz c-class 200 a viable choice.

The sedan is reliable, durable and carries a good budge name of Mercedes-Benz in which people find class and prestige.

In addition, Benz c 200 is not so expensive in terms of running costs. This attracted a large number of Ugandan customers for the renowned sedan.

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Buying a Mercedes-Benz C-Class 200 in a Ugandan car bond

Buying a Mercedes Benz c-class 200 from a Ugandan Car bond can cost you between 18 and 25 million Uganda shillings.

However the variation in prices will vary for each car dealer depending on the condition of the the car you intend to purchase.

Importing a used Mercedes-Benz C-Class 200 from Japan

You can also choose to import your own car from abroad, without necessarily using car dealers.

Normally, cars imported from Japan cost a lot cheaper than those imported from Europe or any other part of the world.

To sum it up, importing vehicles from japan is profound here in Africa specifically in Uganda.

The Mercedes-Benz C-Class 200 could cost around $3000 or even more to bring it direct to Kampala with Cost Insurance Freight (CIF) added up.

However the quoted price typically does not include taxes charged by the Uganda Revenue Authority which include Import Duty, Value added (VAT), Withholding Tax, Environmental Levy, Infrastructure Levy, and Registration Fees.

These costs may end up increasing your resultant/final cost of the Mercedes Benz c-class 200 to around $ 6500.

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Common Problems Owners of Mercedes-Benz C-Class 200 face while in Uganda

The C 200 is so different from other cars. One of the major problems could be electrical, expensive spare parts and last but not least limited skilled labor to handle the mechanical faults of the C-200 in Uganda.

Reasons as to why Ugandans buy the Mercedes-Benz C-Class 200

Everybody has his or her personal needs as to why they buy a particular car. For the C-200, customers would prefer it because of its durability, reliability and brand.

Every few people will deny the fact that a Mercedes Benz is a nice car.

Others would prefer it due its low fuel consumption rate.

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Other sedan options available in Uganda similar to the Mercedes-Benz C-Class 200

Alternatives to the Mercedes Benz C-200 in Uganda include Toyota Mark II Grande, Volvo S60, VW Passat, Audi A4, and Jaguar X-Type.

The interior of Mercedes-Benz C-Class 200

This car has a lot of room inside for 2 grown-ups and 3 kids, with a substantial trunk. Well designed seats and well-placed dashboard.

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Driving experience of the Mercedes-Benz C-Class 200

Out and about, there's a sentiment characteristic rightness about the way the auto behaves which is coordinated by no other contender.

Dependability and damping are verging on faultless, however, the tauter reaction offered by the lower suspension that is standard in Esprit detail is by and largely favored by fan drivers.

Luckily, that doesn't apparently take away from the C-class' most grounded suit; its ride quality.

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