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Mercedes-Benz to hike prices on January 14

by Team ZigWheels Posted on 02 Jan 201311,599 Views1 Comments

Mercedes-Benz will hike prices of all its models by one to three per cent effective January 14, 2013

Mercedes-Benz E-Class-350 Cabriolet

 

Mercedes-Benz will hike prices of its entire model range by one to three per cent effective January 14, 2013. 

 

The price of the B-Class luxury hatchback will be increased by one per cent, prices of the C-Class and E-Class sedans will be upped by 1.5 per cent, while the S-Class luxury limousine’s price will go up by three per cent.

 

The M-Class SUV will be dearer by three per cent and the prices of the CBU range of vehicles comprising the CLS-Class, SLK-Class, R-Class and the SLS AMG will also be increased by one per cent.

 

Eberhard Kern, Managing Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India commented, "Rising inputs cost, volatility of the rupee-euro, high interest rates and other associated factors have put significant pressure on us. Consequently, we are forced to share a part of this burden with our customers and we will increase prices of our vehicles to the tune of 1-3 per cent effective 14 January, 2013. However, to support the purchase decisions of our discerning customers, Mercedes-Benz Financial Services will be supporting with various finance options."

 

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