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Mercedes launches ‘Edition C’ with new exterior and interior upgrades

Mercedes launches ‘Edition C’ with new exterior and interior upgrades

New Delhi, Oct 3 (UNI) India‘s largest luxury car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz on Tuesday enhanced its C-Class portfolio with the addition of the new ‘Edition C’ which hosts new exterior and interior upgrades, enhancing the sportiness of the existing C-Class. The C-Class ‘Edition C’ was launched by Roland Folger, Managing Director and CEO, Mercedes-Benz India, and will be available across all Mercedes-Benz dealerships in the country, from Tuesday. The ‘C 200 Avantgarde Edition C’ is priced at Rs 42.54 lakhs, ‘C 220 d Avantgarde’ at Rs 43.54 lakhs and ‘C 250 d Avantgarde Edition C’ at Rs 46.87 lakhs (All prices are ex -showroom, All India). On the occasion, Mr Folger said, “In today’s dynamic market, constant upgrade of our products is essential for effective life cycle management, and it remains key to our product strategy. At Mercedes-Benz, it remains our endeavour to always keep the customers excited and offer them a fresh product portfolio. Be it latest introductions from our global portfolio, mid-life facelifts or upgrades of existing models, our regular product interventions keep our portfolio new and customers intrigued.” “The C-Class had been a spectacular success story in the Indian market and has sold over 27,500 units since its debut in India. We are confident that the ‘Edition C’ will retain its top billing and discerning customers will find a lot of value in the product,” he said. The long wheel base new E-Class is Made in India, for India, the first new generation car to be locally produced since market launch. India is the first country to get an RHD version of the LWB E-Class in the world. UNI ADP RSA 1621

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