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Mercedes-Benz India continues their product offensive into 2014, as they have announced the launch of new S-Class on 8th January 2014. But, even before the car is launched, the new S-Class is sold out for the first three months.
Making its official online debut today, the new 2015 Mercedes-Benz C-Class sedan features lightweight body, aerodynamic design, and new economical engine options. All in all, the new luxury sedan from Mercedes-Benz, comes with a touch of S-Class, their flagship luxury car.
New images of 2015 Mercedes Benz B Class facelift have surfaced online, along with that of next gen C Class, sans camouflage. To be launched next year as 2015 model, both B Class and C Class are expected to come with major updates.
Mercedes Benz India has announced a price hike of up to 10% on their entire model range. The price hike announcement comes after rivals, Audi and BMW announced theirs a few days back. The price hike on Mercedes Benz cars in India will come into effect from 1st January 2014.
The 100,000th car delivered at Mercedes-Benz of Bristol last week is witness to record sales throughout 2013 for Mercedes-Benz UK. An important achievement for the company, the new sales mark puts focus on the new compact A-Class, which is attracting new customers to the star brand for the first time.
Mercedes Benz is expected to reveal a new edition of their flagship sports car, SLS AMG at the 2013 LA Auto Show. Named Final Edition, this is reportedly going to be the last of the SLS AMG, as per a new report by German publication, Auto motor und sport.
Mercedes Benz has just revealed the all new S65 AMG. Powered by a 6.0l V12 generating 630 hp at 4800-5400 rpm and 1000 Nm torque at 2300-4300 rpm, the new Mercedes luxury sedan is a class apart when it comes to competition in the form of BMW Alpina B7, Audi S8, Maserati Quattroporte, or Jaguar XJR.
For Volvo, there are specific reasons they can’t compete with German cars in India. First, their brand image is not very arresting at the moment. Furthermore, as per business now, they cannot make heavy investments as the German trio of BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and Audi here.