Mercedes-Benz India successfully sold 2386 cars in the first quarter of 2020

Published On : 16 April 2020
By Tarashekhar Padhy



Mercedes-Benz India introduced that it managed to sell 2386 cars in the January-March 2020 period. The business enterprise clocked these sales numbers even because it keeps to face strong marketplace challenges together with the cutting-edge lockdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


The employer already kicked off its new vehicle launches in January 2020 with the GLE and then we noticed it showed off its upcoming product line-up at the Auto Expo 2020 in February. Managing Director & CEO of Mercedes-Benz India, Martin Schwenk commented, "We have begun in 2020 on a high note and our existing in addition to newly released products persevered to draw purchaser traction until the time income got here to a complete stop, due to the present day COVID-19 pandemic scenario. At Mercedes-Benz, we are doing our fine to aid all our stakeholders through varied projects and measures, so that all and sundry can emerge more potent than ever before, mainly during this period of crisis."


The 2020 Mercedes-Benz GLC is pricier than its competitors the BMW X3 and the Audi Q5 The company turned into the first carmaker in the USA to make the transition to BS6 remaining 12 months with the launch of the S-Class and now the agency has made the entire transition to BS6 products. Though the GLC facelift, GLC Coupe and the GLE preserve to rake in income for the enterprise, it is the A-Class Limousine which turned into showcased at the Auto Expo in February that is getting most of the attention. The business enterprise has stated that it is 'overwhelmingly popular and has already received some pre-statement for the automobile.


However, given the current lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic, Mercedes-Benz India's consciousness is on strengthening its online presence. Therefore, the organization is collaborating intently with its retail companions to jointly address this difficult scenario and to offer them recommendations and guidance in order to first-class serve Mercedes-Benz customers. Customers can now e-book their vehicles online and also receive delivery of their automobiles at their doorstep.