Thursday, September 8, 2011

Mercedes B-Class expected to debut in June

Mercedes India Plans to launch Mercedes Benz B-Class next year. The globally famous German automaker Mercedes Benz 's Indian subsidiary Mercedes Benz India is planning to launch its new hatchback Mercedes Benz-B class in June 2012. The company has hope to demonstrate this new hatchback B-class in 2012 auto expo. The strategy behind this plan is to measure the response of the consumers for the car and locomote the attention of people from BMW and AUDI. To undertake BMW X1 ,the German autogroup probably might bring this hatchback in Indian market earlier then predicated. However Mercedes Benz B Class price is yet not confirmed but rumors suggest that the Mercedes Benz B India is currently indulged in discussion with its German counterpart to assemble B-class hatchback in India for placing the price tag competitively around Rs 18 lakh .it seems that this car will be a sound option for those who want to enjoy the Mercedes drive even on tight budget.

Mercedes Benz B-Class

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Although Mercedes Benz India is presently not offering any car in the segment with which BMW X1 belongs, yet the auto group is indulged in manufacturing mini-SUV Mercedes Benz GLC which can give competition to BMW X1.But as this mini SUV model will be able to contend in 2014, in such case with the superior interior designs and attractive price Mercedes Benz B-Class can move the market sales trend towards it which is currently seized by BMW and AUDI.

Mercedes Benz B-Class

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To offer a smooth and comfortable ride the company intends to equip Mercedes B-Class with a selective damping system that will change accordingly the Road's conditions. After a good foothold in global market Mercedes Benz B-Class is offering both diesel and petrol variants in India and the company has high hopes to gain the same response for both the alternatives in Indian market too.

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