Mercedes-Benz Cars Price List in India September 2018
Latest News about Mercedes-Benz Cars
We all know what Mercedes stands for; world class luxury and high performance. Likewise, Mercedes seems to be getting interested in the pickup truck segment as the company has presented the new X-Class range. This segment of pickup trucks is increasingly becoming popular in the automobile industry as well as in most international markets. These types of vehicle encompass brawny power that is ... Read more
Latest Reviews for Mercedes-Benz Cars
GLA, X1, Grand Tourer, and NX were shortlisted. I chose GLA180 normal mode, which is my first foreign car. I got it delivered in early December last year, and I have traveled to 700km so far. I ...Read more
- Rating : 4.8
- Review by Japanese user
- Date : 13, Jan 2017
<exterior> I like the design from the front and diagonally front. I think it looked beautiful from its sides, too. As for its rear, unless you go for a sports model, the muffler is not visible, ...Read more
- Rating : 4.8
- Review by Japanese user
- Date : 27, Jan 2017
About Mercedes-Benz Cars
The slogan for Mercedes – Benz cars being "the best or nothing" aptly reflects the company's vision towards its customers, both in international and the Indian markets. The brand stands as one of the most successful manufacturers of commuters, coaches, and luxury vehicles even in today's time.
Mercedes – Benz Cars Continues to Set Benchmarks for Luxury Vehicles in India
Setting the benchmark of extravagance and peak of intelligence, Mercedes – Benz cars present enthusiasts with luxury which goes beyond a vehicle. With each model inculcating an eloquence of cutting – edge technology, it stands as one of the most desirable brands in India and abroad.
Being a German division of Daimler AG, Mercedes – Benz was founded way back on 28th of June, 1926. Right throughout the 1930s, the company manufactured around 770 models; most of them were during the Nazi period. History even points out that the great Adolf Hitler owned one with bulletproof windshields.
The company entered the Indian market in 1994 set up its HQ in Chakan, Pune. Mercedes – Benz India was Daimler AG's fully authorized subsidiary and led to the pioneering of high-end vehicles and luxury commuters in the Indian mass market.
By 2009, the brand set up around 100 acres of manufacturing units. As per records, this set-up still labels as one of the brand's fastest operation units to have ever set up globally.
Official Stores and Market Reach
Right from its inception, Mercedes – Benz cars have constantly maintained their quality, durability, and reputation. This makes them one of the most prominent brands in the global scale.
It has production units in 17 countries across 5 continents. Furthermore, the company also owns official stores in and around 93 worldwide locations. It also consists of 380 dealership associates across the sphere.
The extensive market reach is also quite impressive in India. They have over 83 outlets across 40 different Indian cities. Plus, keeping in mind their qualitative networking expansiveness approach, they are planning to double those figures in a short time.
All this speaks volumes of its global market reach and the reputation it holds.
Acceptance Globally and in India
Mercedes – Benz cars enjoy an imperious popularity amongst its fans. They are pioneers of many technical innovations which come as standard in most high-end vehicles presently. Some of them include Airbags, seatbelt pretensioners, PRE-Safe, ABS, ESP and more passenger safety specs. Along with that, their models have always been an epitome of luxury.
These surely include as some of the main reasons why, in 2016, the company hit its highest sales volume tally. It sold off around 340,237 units overall. Moreover, in the year 2015, the company experienced a record of 32% year growth selling 13,502 units in India. This was the 3rd consecutive time that the brand saw a double-digit growth in the Indian mass market.
Facelift Prospects for 2017/2018
Presently Mercedes – Benz cars have plenty of appealing prospects waiting for Indian buyers. Their ever popular C, E, and S Class models will all receive facelifts and hit official dealerships by 3rd Q of 2017 or 1st Q of 2018. To know about those important updates, look up at its official website.