The Mercedes Benz C-class, E-class and GLC are set to accept a amount backpack with aftereffect from October 1, 2020. In an official statement, the carmaker said that the backpack in appraisement for baddest models in its agency was due to factors such as accretion ascribe costs and abrasion currency.
Commenting on the accessible backpack in appraisement Martin Schwenk, Managing Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India said, “The abrasion of the bill back the alpha of the year, accumulated with a aciculate access in the ascribe costs accept been a amount of concern, creating cogent burden on our basal line. To account these costs, we accept few options but to accomplish some nominal yet all-important amount adjustments. We will be arresting best of the impact, about casual on a allocation of it up to 2%, seems inevitable.”
Mercedes in its advertisement appear that it affairs to backpack prices for the aloft mentioned models by up to 2 percent or in the arena of Rs 80,000 to Rs 1.5 lakh depending on the alternative and model.
As it currently stands, the C-class auto is priced from Rs 40.90 lakh, for the abject C 200 Prime and goes up to Rs 51.25 lakh for the C 300d AMG Line. Moving to the GLC, the SUV is priced at Rs 52.75 for the GLC 200 petrol and a pricier Rs 57.75 lakh for the 220d diesel. The E-class is the priciest of the leash with prices starting at Rs 59.08 lakh and active up to Rs 75.05 lakh for the E 350d.
Speaking of accessible models, Mercedes is set to barrage the second-gen GLE Coupe in India on September 23. Also on the cards for India is the carmaker’s aboriginal all-electric vehicle, the EQC forth with the second-gen GLA and the new Mercedes A-class limousine.
Come 2021, the carmaker is set to barrage the afresh appear all-new S-class and the E-class facelift.
All prices, ex-showroom, India
Mercedes-Benz India strengthens bazaar allotment in anemic affluence car market