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It is the first-ever locally manufactured AMG performance model in India
Up until now, all AMG models sold in India were brought in through the CBU route, thus attracting relatively high retail price
The Mercedes-Benz EQC is the first luxury-electric car to be launched in India, beating the Audi e-tron and the Jaguar i-Pace to the start line
The 2021 S-Class is a major step up from the current-gen model thanks to design updates, new powertrain options, and added features
Should you consider buying a luxury SUV instead of that sedan? The GLC makes a strong case!
It is available in two variants with both petrol and diesel engine options
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The newly launched locally-assembled variants join the existing base-spec 300 d and 400 d Hip Hop Edition
Both models are powered by the same 4.0-litre, twin-turbo petrol engine
Which of these full-size luxury SUVs packs the most features?
It was introduced in January 2020 for the sale of pre-owned Mercedes-Benz models
Here’s a brief overview of how the current BMW X1 and soon-to-be-launched 2nd generation Mercedes-Benz GLA compare on the features front
So which executive luxury sedan lets you enjoy that boss seat experience while also being spacious for the family on the weekend?
Temporary medical facility will have a capacity for up to 1500 patients
With India observing a lockdown for 21 days, here’s what your favourite brands are saying to support the social distancing move
The facelift gets BS6 petrol and diesel engines. Sadly, there’s no AMG variant this time around
- BMW 3 Series Gran LimousineRs.48.00 Lakh*Expected Launch: Jan 2021
- Tata Altroz XZ Plus TurboRs.8.75 Lakh*Expected Launch: Jan 2021
- Tata SafariRs.15.00 Lakh*Expected Launch: Jan 2021
- Jeep Compass 2021Rs.17.00 Lakh*Expected Launch: Jan 2021
- Renault KigerRs.5.50 Lakh*Expected Launch: Jan 2021
- Tata Altroz XM plus DieselRs.7.75 Lakh*Expected Launch: Feb 2021
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