Mercedes All Set To Roll Out ‘A’ Class On May 30th

As per fresh reports, Mercedes Benz is ready to roll out its brand new A-class in the Indian market on May 30th.

The new A class Mercedes will become the second launch during the month of May, as the auto giant is readying to roll out the innovative ‘GL Class’ on May 16th.

As per reports, the company is likely to carry out a personal preview of its new offering (A Class) for traders and select clientele on May 4th. The progression of the vehicle introduction appears to be a wise step as the company would be eyeing to maintain its recently attained No. 2 spot in the country’s luxury vehicle market.

Adding seriousness to all these declarations, the automobile company has begun placing images of the much awaited vehicle via its social networking site’s (Facebook) page and Twitter handle.

Mercedes Benz A Class
The featured image has been posted on Mercedes Facebook FB page with the slogan – “Are you the pulse of A party?”

The Mercedes Benz A Class will be placed below the B Class as the most low-priced car. The vehicle is projected to be imported as complete built unit, and will finally be accumulated at the company’s Chakan based plant near Pune, Maharashtra.

The India spec Mercedes Benz is expected to be catered by an 1.8 litre diesel in addition to 1.6 litre petrol engine.

A seven speed double clutch mechanical transmission is likely to be standard in both comprising Mercedes Petrol and Mercedes Diesel.

The said vehicle will have tough competition with BMW 1 Series that will hit markets by the third quarterly period of 2013.

With its stylish shape and athletic roofline, the vehicle is directed additionally at owner-drivers.

The firm is trusting that the tremendously young-looking design of Mercedes Benz A Class, the ultra modern insides and its active driving dynamics will attract the youngsters.

The appetizingly athletic and contemporary design is carried forward to the interiors in addition.

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