Mercedes-Benz India Pvt Ltd is a totally owned subsidiary of the German Daimler AG founded in 1994, with headquarters in Pune, Maharashtra, India. Daimler entered the Indian market and established Mercedes-Benz India Ltd in 1994. The company was renamed DaimlerChrysler India Pvt. Ltd. after the merger of the parent company Daimler with Chrysler. After DaimlerChrysler demerged from Chrysler in 2007, it changed its name to Daimler AG.
Mercedes-Benz C Class
Mercedes-Benz India, the Indian subsidiary of the popular luxury car marque, today commenced the local assembly of the new 2015 C220 CDI Diesel sedan. It maybe noted that until now, the new generation C-Class, which was first launched in Indian earlier this year in February, came to us through the Completely Built Unit route. Now, however, the entire new generation C Class range is assembled at the manufacturer’s Pune plant.The locally assembled Mercedes C220 CDI boasts of 60% localized level, which is the highest-ever on any German luxury car in India. Powering the 2015 C220 CDI is a 2,143 cc four-cylinder turbo-diesel motor that puts out a maximum power of 167.6 hp and a peak torque of 400 Nm. The engine comes mated to a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission. Thanks to the local assembly, the 2015 Mercedes C Class Diesel price in India has been reduced to INR 37.9 lacs* for the Style trim level and to INR 39.9 lacs* for the ‘Avantgarde’ trim level. Compared to the CBU model, the price of the C220 CDI has reduced by around INR 2 lacs.
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Mercedes C220 CDI Model Interior
The interiors haven’t changed either. We still miss the Harmon/Kardon Logic 7 music system and to our dismay, the rear seat space (for tall people) is a bit cramped, the left hand side mirror is too small and we also missed the USB port in the sedan. The interiors are well insulated from the outside resulting in barely any sound intruding into the cabin (at speeds in excess of 120kph there is some wind noise) and you don’t even feel speed in the car.
The Mercedes-Class C200 CGI BlueEfficiency costs Rs 28.44lakh (ex-showroom, Mumbai) which is a little expensive considering its overall features, but let us not forget that this is also your passport into the elite Three-Pointed Star club. The C200 CGI is the most basic Mercedes-Benz sold in India. It is a perfect car for those wanting it merely to enhance their status in society. In India, Mercedes-Benz is considered to one of the biggest luxury car makers and has a better resale value than most its competition. If a chauffer drives you to work during the day and you are a boy racer by night, this is undoubtedly the Mercedes for you at this price tag.
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