The prices are set to increase by up to 3 per cent and they will come into effect from the first week of January 2020
Mercedes-Benz India has announced a price hike by up to 3 per cent across all its models. It has also stated that this hike will be effective from the first week of January 2020. The reason for the price hike is the rising input and commodity costs.
Here’s the current price list of all the Mercedes-Benz models on sale in India:
|Model||Price Range (ex-showroom Delhi)|
|CLA||Rs 31.72 lakh|
|C-Class||Rs 40.1 lakh to Rs 50.24 lakh|
|C-Class Cabriolet||Rs 65.25 lakh|
|C-Class AMG||Rs 75 lakh to Rs 1.38 crore|
|E-Class||Rs 58.8 lakh to Rs 75 lakh|
|E-Class AMG||Rs 1.5 crore|
|CLS||Rs 84.7 lakh|
|S-Class||Rs 1.35 crore to Rs 1.39 crore|
|S-Class AMG||Rs 2.55 crore|
|GLA||Rs 32.33 lakh to Rs 38.64 lakh|
|GLA Urban Edition||Rs 34.84 lakh to Rs 41.51 lakh|
|GLC||Rs 52.75 lakh to Rs 57.75 lakh|
|GLC AMG||Rs 78.03 lakh|
|GLS||Rs 87.76 lakh to Rs 88.2 lakh|
|G-Class||Rs 1.5 crore|
|V-Class||Rs 68.4 lakh to Rs 1.1 crore|
Other than Mercedes-Benz, Hyundai also announced a price hike and Nissan-Datsun models are also scheduled for a price revision that will be effective from January 2020. Unlike the luxury carmaker, Hyundai has not specified the exact figure by which the prices are expected to go up.
Meanwhile, the fourth-gen GLE is scheduled to be launched before the 2020 Auto Expo and Mercedes-Benz has officially opened bookings for the same. It is expected to be offered with BS6-compliant petrol and diesel engines mated to a 9-speed automatic transmission option.
Source :- CarDekho.com