Mercedes Introduces its First India-Specific Benz
Germany-based Mercedes Benz introduced the 2017 Long Wheel Base version of its popular sedan, the Mercedes-Benz E-Class in India this month. It is the first India-specific product from Mercedes-Benz; it took 48 months for its development and is made in India for sale in India. The gasoline version in Mumbai comes at a price tag of Rs. 5,600,000 ($85,120) and the diesel version is priced at Rs. 6,900,000 ($104,880).
India is the first global market to receive the LWB version of the new E-Class in the Right Hand Drive format, reports Carsandbikes.in.
Salient features include:
- Twin Daytime Running Lamp strips at the front, integrated into the headlamps
- Self park technology
- A 360 degree view rear camera
- Inside, the car gets ambient mood lighting, which can be set in as many as 64 different colors.
Posted on March 2nd, 2017
by Gunjan Bagla
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