Mercedes-Benz India to increase prices by 5 per cent from January 15
Mercedes-Benz India has announced that it will be increasing the ex-showroom prices of its entire model line-up by around 5 per cent, effective January 15. The luxury carmaker says that this is being done to offsets the increase in its input costs and the steady weakening of the Rupee against the Euro leading to a relative rise in prices of imported components. Mercedes-Benz also says that it has had to invest new technologies and features across its model lineup, which in combination with the other costs has brought an increase in operational expenditures.
The increase will translate into an approximately Rs 2 lakh increase in the ex-showroom price of a C-Class, going up to an expected Rs 15 lakh increase in the price of the Mercedes-AMG GT S 4door Coupe. See the list below for the indicative new starting ex-showroom prices of Mercedes-Benz cars.
Mercedes-Benz C 200 - Rs 49.5 lakh
Mercedes-Benz C 220 d - Rs 51.5 lakh
Mercedes-Benz E 200 - Rs 67.5 lakh
Mercedes-Benz E 220 d - Rs 68.5 lakh
Mercedes-Benz GLC 200 - Rs 56 lakh
Mercedes-Benz GLC 220 d - Rs 61.5 lakh
Mercedes-Benz GLE 450 - Rs 93 lakh
Mercedes-Benz GLE 300 d - Rs 77.5 lakh
Mercedes-Benz GLS 450/400 d - Rs 1.05 crore
Mercedes-AMG GLE 53 Coupe - Rs 1.3 crore
Mercedes-AMG C 63 Coupe - Rs 1.4 crore
Mercedes-AMG GT 4 Door Coupe - Rs 2.6 crore
Martin Schwenk, MD and CEO of Mercedes-Benz India said of this development, "At Mercedes-Benz we offer an enriched product portfolio with the latest features like Mmc technology and keep introducing new product enhancements in specific models. We have been operating a sustainable and future-ready business; however, a necessary price correction is required to offset the continuous rise in input and operational costs. The new price range of our select vehicles will ensure the brand's premium price positioning, assuring a sustainable growth both for the brand and our dealer partners, enabling the continuation of the best-in-segment customer ownership experiences, equated with Mercedes-Benz"
Starts Rs 2.27 Crore
Starts Rs 57.36 Lakhs
Starts Rs 73.7 Lakhs
Starts Rs 99.9 Lakhs
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