Mercedes-Benz launches M-Class Grand Edition with two options

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Mercedes-Benz has launched the M-Class Grand Edition in two variants – Grand Sports & Grand Executive for the Indian market. The Sport Edition is priced at Rs. 54.11 Lakhs while the Executive Edition is priced at Rs. 47.91 lakhs Ex-showroom Pune.  The high point of the Grand edition is enhanced interior and exterior features at and attractive price point.

Mercedes-Benz has made some changes to the standard M-class to make the Grand edfitions distinctive. In the Grand avatar, the M-class now looks a tad more sporty and aggressive power. The front end now has slightly resdesigned darkened headlamps and LED daytime driving lights integrated with the front bumper. There are now 19” alloys done in a 10-spoke design.

From the inside, the vehicle now gets new better quality materials with a better visual and touch appeal. The two-tone colour scheme of the interior too is new and adds some more penchant to the classy interior of thiSUV. The steering wheel too, on the Grand edition is a special AMG ergonomic sports unit. A Grand edition badge on the central console completes the look. The spare wheel for the car is now placed in the boot. Mercedes-Benz expects the M-class to appeal to a wider spectrum of SUV fans with the new variant.

Apart from the changes the M-class in its standard comes with the following features
•    Permanent four-wheel drive and 4ETS traction systems
•    Downhill Speed Regulation
•    Acceleration skid control (ASR)
Off-road ABS system
•    AIRMATIC air suspension
•    Adaptive Damping System (ADS)
•    Heated seats
•    PARKTRONIC & NECK-PRO.

“The M-Class has been a popular model series in India. The “Sports Edition” and the “Executive Edition” are very aggressively priced considering the loadings and features of this marquee. We are confident that customers who expect highest standards from their vehicles will find the M-Class a vehicle that exceeds their expectations- both on and off the road.” stated Dr. Wilfried Aulbur, Managing Director and CEO of Mercedes-Benz India.

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