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Mercedes-Benz opens largest dealership in India

by Arun Mohan Nadar Posted on 18 Jan 201323,717 Views3 Comments

Mercedes-Benz has inaugurated its largest showroom in Delhi which is spread across 60,000 sq ft

Mercedes and dealer officials posing with the SLS AMG



German luxury car manufacturer Mercedes-Benz has inaugurated its largest showroom in India in South Delhi. The flagship store owned by T & T Motors is spread across 60,000sq ft, presently the largest among luxury car manufacturers in the country. 


Eberhard Kern, MD & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India, who inaugurated the store, said,  “Mercedes-Benz’s driving force has been the quest for defining newer benchmarks for the luxury car segment in India, together with the commitment to create fascination and unparalleled levels of luxury for our discerning customers. The inauguration of the flagship store is a testimony to this fact. It personifies brand Mercedes. This flagship store is the largest luxury car showroom in India today, and underlines our passion and deep commitment in giving the ‘best or nothing’ experience to the customers.”


The store located at Mathura Road was constructed at a cost of Rs 70 crore. The showroom can display 26 cars at a time and has a special customer lounge called Café-Mercedes. The performance focused AMG range of vehicles will have a separate dedicated floor.



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