Mercedes Benz India to hike up prices of vehicles by 3 percent from April 1
As of April 1, 2022, Mercedes Benz India will increase the prices of its vehicles by approximately 3 percent.
Mercedes Benz claims that the impending price correction would be in the ballpark of 3 percent for the full model range. The steady increase in input costs, along with an increase in logistics expenses, has put substantial pressure on the company's total costs.
Price increase range starts at Rs 50,000 for A-Class Limousine, Rs 1 lakh approx for a GLC 220d to Rs 5 lakhs approx for a top-end AMG GT 63 S 4 Door Coupe.
Mercedes Benz's operational costs increased significantly as a result of growing input costs, causing Mercedes-Benz to modify the ex-showroom pricing of the whole model range in order to run a viable and fundamentally robust business.
The Mercedes Benz A 200 limousine will now be priced at Rs 42 lakhs while the Mercedes Benz GLA 200 will be priced at Rs 45 lakhs. The Mercedes Benz GLC 200 and Mercedes Benz GLE 300 d 4M will now have starting prices of Rs 62 lakhs and Rs 86 lakhs, respectively. The Mercedes Benz LWB E-Class 200 will have a price tag of Rs 71 lakhs.
The Mercedes Benz GLS 400d 4M and Mercedes Benz S 350 d will be set at Rs 1.16 crore and Rs 1.60 crore. In the AMG lineup, the Mercedes Benz AMG E 63 S 4MATIC will be priced at Rs 1.77 crore while the top of the line Mercedes Benz AMG- GT 63 S 4 Door Coupe will hold a price tag of Rs 2.70 crore. All prices are ex-showroom.
Martin Schwenk, Managing Director and CEO, Mercedes-Benz India said, "At Mercedes-Benz, we continue to offer the most technologically advanced products for an unmatched product experience. However, to run a sustainable business a price correction is necessary to offset the continuous rise in input and operational costs. The new price range of our vehicles will ensure the brand's premium price positioning, enabling seamless continuation of best-in-segment ownership experiences for our discerning customers."
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