Used Mercedes-Benz C Class Door Card Trim

All used Mercedes-Benz C Class Door Card Trim listed on are tested, original (OEM) manufacturer parts and come with a 14 day money back guarantee. listed used car parts for Mercedes-Benz C Class are from premium breaker yards from across the UK, saving you up to 80% compared to main dealer prices.

About Door Card Trim

The C Class Mercedes-Benz door card trim panel is commonly covered in a matching finish to the vehicle's interior and may have removable extra trim.

The panel is held in place with trim clips and may require special tools to remove. The door card trim removal also requires the removal of any electrical controls, i.e., electric window switches, door handles, electric window control and locking buttons.

Care is required when ordering to ensure that any extra trim is included, bearing in mind what can be salvaged from the original door card trim.

Reasons for replacement usually involve damage through wear and tear. C Class Mercedes-Benz door card trim will ensure complete compatibility with the make and model of your vehicle. 

Mercedes-Benz C Class trivia

  • The W205 C Class was launched in 2014 with an option to choose from four different types of bodies. Buyers could also choose what type of engine they wanted (and one of the options was an AMG-developed V8!).
  • When it comes to aerodynamics, Mercedes-Benz leads the industry. The C Class Coupe has a drag coefficient of 0.26, one of the best in the world. That makes the C Class Coupe one of the most fuel-efficient cars in the world too.
  • The Mercedes-Benz C Class is built in more countries than any other model of Mercedes. As you'd expect, they roll off the production line in Germany, but also in Brazil, China, South Africa, India, the US, Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand.
  • Despite its popularity and long production run, the C Class didn't get a topless version until 2016. The W205 Cabriolet was the first dedicated C Class convertible (although there had been the coupe convertible CLK, this was styled far more like an E-Class and is now considered to be part of that range).
  • The Mercedes-Benz C Class comes with two different types of turbo engines. The C300 turbo-4 is 241 horsepower, while the C450 AMG comes with a very impressive 362 horsepower.