Mercedes-Benz India inaugurates new service facility in Kochi
Premium car manufacturer, Mercedes-Benz recently inaugurated a new service facility in Kochi, thus expanding its service network in South India. The new service facility is spread across 6,285 sq.ft. with six service bays and is Rajasree Motors' fifth outlet in Kerala and 27th for Mercedes-Benz in South India. Mercedes-Benz mentions that this new facility was built in short span of eight months and has been setup with an investment of Rs 2.4 crore. This new facility is equipped with six dedicated service bays including an AMG, a premier express bay and four other dedicated bays for preventive maintenance and general repair and can service up to 7,500 cars in a year.
Santosh Iyer, Vice President - Customer Services and Corporate Affairs, Mercedes-Benz India and Mr. S. Sivakumar, Managing Director, Rajasree Motors.
"Service differentiation has been an area of strength for Mercedes-Benz and has played a key role in retaining our leadership position in the luxury car segment. This year we are also celebrating a historic 25 years of our presence in India and our commitment to the country remains stronger than ever. Our constant effort to enhance ownership experience compounded with growing service touch point has also resulted in no. 1 ranking by JD Power for both CSI and SSI luxury car survey. Today we have 93 outlets in 47 cities, the largest in luxury car segment in India." commented, Santosh Iyer, Vice President - Customer Services and Corporate Affairs, Mercedes-Benz India.
2019 Mercedes launched in India
In other news, Mercedes-Benz recently launched the V-Class luxury MPV in India at Rs 68.40 lakh ex-showroom. The V-Class is available in Exclusive (six-seater) and Expression (seven-seater) variants, with all the comfort and luxury expected from the three-pointed star as standard. The V-Class enters the country as a CBU import, and is powered by a BS6-compliant 2.1-litre diesel engine. The Exclusive trim costs Rs 81.90 lakh.
Starts Rs 68.4 Lakhs
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