Mercedes-Benz India to hike prices across range from January 1 2017
The ex-showroom price of all Mercedes-Benz cars will increase by up to 2 per cent
Mercedes-Benz India has officially announced that it will hike prices of its entire model range from January 1, 2017. The price hike will be in the range of up to 2 per cent on the ex-showroom price of its cars. In an official release, the luxury carmaker has attributed the price hike to increasing input costs and the forex rate.
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