Out of these 15 models, some existing cars like the E-Class will receive a mid-life update, while Mercedes has lined up some brand new model launches for India, like the new A-Class Limousine, GLA and the S-Class. .
The updated Mercedes-Benz S-Class will go on sale in India this year.
Mercedes-Benz has been the best-selling luxury car brand in India for almost half a decade now and the German automaker is once again poised to maintain its dominance by releasing 15 new models to our market. Now, out of these 15 models, some existing cars like the E-Class will receive a mid-life update, while Mercedes has also lined up brand new models for India including sedans and SUVs and these will be the main launches. of this year.
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The first and imminent on sale is the Limousine Class A sedan which will compete with the new BMW 2 Series Gran Coupé and the upcoming Audi A3. The company’s next entry-level model will be the new Mercedes-Benz GLA SUV which runs counter to the BMW X1 and the upcoming Audi Q3. Then the German automaker will also bring the next generation of its flagship sedan – the 2020 S-Class to India this year and we can also expect the 2021 Mercedes-Benz C-Class to join the Indian lineup by the end of this year. this year. year. Commenting on upcoming launches, Martin Schwenk, MD and CEO of Mercedes-Benz India said: “2021 will be a product-rich year, which we are confident will translate into excitement for customers and our dealer partners. . “
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So 2021 will be a busy year for Mercedes-Benz India and the company is confident that these new models will translate into better volumes for the luxury car maker. The company is also sure to maintain its leadership position in our market, especially with entry-level models like the A-Class and GLA joining the model lineup. Mercedes had already introduced quite a few new models like the new generation GLE and GLS among others, even last year. It also announced a 5% upward price revision across its entire range from January 15, 2021.
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