car maker Mercedes-Benz India announced that it sold 3193 new cars in the
January-March 2021 period, hinting at a strong recovery ahead.
recorded a growth of 34% over Q1 2020 buoyed by a strong January and February
sales which remained at pre-COVID level, and also due to the recovery in March
sales, which was impacted by the pandemic last year.
2021 sales insights:
The sedan portfolio continues its strong show with 53% penetration in total
sales followed by the SUV penetration
The E-Class LWB sedan remains the highest selling model for Mercedes-Benz in Q1
The E-Class LWB sedan is followed by the C-Class sedan
The GLE emerged as the highest selling SUV for the brand in Q1 2021 closely
followed by the GLC and the GLS luxury SUV
of key models (varies according to markets):
A-Class Limousine, C-Class and E-Class
Waitlisted from 4-8 weeks
GLC, GLE, GLS and G 350 d
Waitlisted from 2-10 weeks
10-16 weeks for the G 350 d
figures of Mercedes-Benz India are that of retail sales)
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