Let us tell you that even today, Mercedes-Benz occupies the first number in luxury vehicles in India. The company is also offering several offers on its lineup range in the festive season. Under which an option of EMI of Rs 39999 is being given with an interest loan of 7.99%.
Mercedes-Benz: Corona’s impact on vehicle sales in India was limited to the early stages. As Diwali draws near, people are showing interest in buying vehicles. Recently Mercedes-Benz India announced that it has delivered 550 new cars during Navratri and Dussehra. In which a total of 175 cars have been delivered in Delhi-NCR. At the same time, the company hopes that during the Diwali and Dhanteras period there can be a huge increase in sales.
For information, the company has recently launched the ‘Unlock Celebrations’ campaign, encouraging customer feedback and driving inquiries. According to a report, the company’s C-Class, E-Class sedans, GLC, GLE, and GLS SUVs are in high demand. While the luxury vehicle segment corona on one side remained empty-handed for a long time. Now there are signs of future growth with this sales data.
Let us tell you that even today, Mercedes-Benz occupies the first number in luxury vehicles in India. From design to comfort and interior, these vehicles are the best. In the festive season, the company is also offering many offers on its lineup range. Under which an EMI option of at least Rs 39,999 is being offered with an interest loan of 7.99%. At the same time, the company has also launched its first electric car EQC, entering the electric segment.
The Mercedes EQC is India’s first luxury electric car, priced at Rs 99.30 lakh. This car is equipped with two electric motors. The company claims that it offers a driving range of up to 350 km on a single charge.