Mercedes-Benz India, announced a hike of up to 4% across its range from 1st September, 2018. A 5% fall of of the Rupee against Euro along with the increasing Forex rate has put Mercedes-Benz under pressure had to take the step. The combination of all these factors led Mercedes-Benz India to upwardly revise the prices of its entire model range and also the retail finance rates the company said.
The cars Mercedes-Benz India car portfolio includes various cars. The hatchbacks include the A-Class and B-Class. Sedans include the CLA-Class, C-Class, E-Class, S-Class, S-Class Maybach while the SUVs include the GLA, GLC, GLE and GLS. The C-Class and S-Class are available in cabriolet avatar.
AMG, the performance wing of the Mercedes-Benz, offers the GLA45 4 MATIC, CLA45 4 MATIC, C 43 4 MATIC, C63S, E63S 4 MATIC+, GLS63 4 MATIC, G63 4 MATIC, S63 Coupe, GLE 43 coupe, GLC 43 4 MATIC Coupe, SLC 43, AMG GT Roadster, AMG GTS and the flagship GTR.