From their plant in India, Mercedes Benz will roll out the 50,000th car today. To celebrate the momentous occasion, Mercedes Benz India will also unveil a very special car, C Class Grand Edition.
Through 2014 Mercedes-Benz India will announce a series of initiatives like the ‘AMG Performance Tour’ to enhance customer brand experience. The automaker’s Auto Expo 2014 presence will be exciting, and will demonstrate Excellence. iSales lets buyers look at the many configurations available in a car. Customers can also check a range of financial options.
2013 Year of Offensive saw Mercedes-Benz India launch 8 cars (new and model year vehicles), look into network expansion, grow brand experiences, and value added after-sales initiatives. At an end of year event when launching their Centre of Excellence at their Pune plant, the company announced 2014 as the â€˜Year of Excellenceâ€™.
Mercedes-Benz India S-Class brings with great extravaganza and opulence. All this in one touch. In the days of yore, ‘Some like it hot, some like it cold’ would paint a rather bleak picture. That may have changed immensely today, or not.
Yesterday’s S-Class launch by Mercedes-Benz India leaves one what a sense of wonder. Mercedes-Benz begins their â€˜Year of Excellenceâ€™ with the new S-Class launch. Most…
For Q4 2013, Mercedes-benz India has sold 2542 units as compared to Audi India’s sales of 2459 units giving MB India a lead of 83 cars sold for the quarter.
Mercedes-benz India has ended their most glorious year ever in terms of sales. 2013 saw the automaker record highest ever retail sales here with 9003 units sold in 2013. This equates to 32% YOY sales growth over 2012 with 6840 cars sold through last year. Strange are the way of numbers as Audi India had ended 2012 with exactly the same number of cars sold. Lucky number 9003.
2013 has been Mercedes-Benz India’s â€˜Year of Offensiveâ€™. This year we focused on a strong, profitable and sustained growth that would strengthen the robust foundation that the company has built in the Indian market.