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 Mercedes-Benz C class for Mumbai roads 

The Mercedes-Benz India Limited presented the new C Class to the media in Mumbai. The new C Class has an extensive package of technical innovations on an unprecedented level; for its market segment. Never before has so much attention been ever given to a vehicle in the aspects of safety and comfort as in the development of the new Mercedes-Benz C class. With the top class technology it guarantees the maximum of both dynamism and driving pleasure.

The ability and know how of its engineers have made Mercedes-Benz the technological leader among the automobile manufacturers. "Proven and new Mercedes core values makes the new C Class the most attractive proposition in this market segment", says Juergen Ziegler, managing Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India Limited.

"Its dynamic styling, the new powerful engine and the sporty chassis are all important details that are united in a single aim of providing maximum driving pleasure. As a result, our customers benefit from the technical lead of the brand," added Ziegler.

The new C Class is offered with two engines C 180 petrol version and C 200 CDI diesel version. The new Mercedes-Benz dealerships start from May 2001. The ex-showroom price in Mumbai for the introductory model C180, classic Line, will be Rs.19.9 lakhs. The new C class too will be manufactured at Mercedes-Benz India's state of art factory in Pune where already the E and S class cars are being manufactured.

By launching the new C class, MBIL has lived up towith its promise to make the latest technology available to the Indian customers and at the same time, it also reflects the long term commitment of its parent company, Daimler Chrysler AG has for the Indian market.

 
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