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Mercedes-Benz rolls out V-Class Elite at Rs 1.10 crore

PTI Chennai | Updated on November 07, 2019 Published on November 07, 2019

Mercedes V-Class. Photo: Website/Mercedes Benz   -  Website/Mercedes Benz

V-Class Elite will be available in a six-seater longer-wheel base variant and complaint to BSVI norms, says CEO Martin Schwenk

German luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz on Thursday rolled out its new multi-purpose vehicle V- Class Elite, expanding the product range in the premium automobile segment offered by the company.

The V-Class Elite, an upgraded version of V-Class Expression and V-Class Exclusive would be built in Spain and sold in domestic market, Company Managing Director and CEO, Martin Schwenk said.

After unveiling the car, here, Schwenk said the luxury MPV is priced at Rs 1.10 crore (ex-showroom India) and would be sold along with V-Class product range V-Class Expression at Rs 68.40 lakh (ex-showroom India) and V-Class Exclusive at Rs 81.90 lakh (ex-showroom India).

Equipped with a host of features including seats with massaging function, climate control, remote controlled door, 15 speaker surround sound system, the car also has agility control suspension system, he said.

The V-Class Elite will be available in a six-seater longer-wheel base variant and complaint to BSVI norms, he said.

“We are glad to continue our product offensive with the launch of yet another unique and versatile product for our discerning customers. The V-Class launched this year pioneered the luxury MPV segment and has witnessed much success”, he said.

To a query, he said the company’s V-Class sold in India was in “triple digits” in the country, but declined to reveal exact figures.

He said the V-Class Elite was aimed at large families, sports enthusiasts, business owners.

Mercedes-Benz India witnessed a fall of 16 per cent to 9,915 units in the January-September period, as against 11,789 units in the first nine months of 2018.

The company, however, said it has already crossed 10,000 units in the first week of October and expects sales to rise slightly in the full year.

Published on November 07, 2019
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