Mercedes-Benz V-Class India Launch Particulars

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Mercedes-Benz is all set to start out the New Yr with making a comeback into the section which was lengthy left. The Stuttgart based mostly carmaker is all set to launch the V-Class in India on January 24, 2019 which is able to mark its return into the MPV section. The Mercedes-Benz V-Class will probably be launched in India as a Utterly Constructed Unit and will probably be imported from Spain. The corporate has not confirmed native meeting for it but which might have neutralized the worth to some extent. The native meeting would have helped to make the MPV extra viable within the section which in any other case is dominated by SUVs.

The Mercedes-Benz V-Class is out there in three dimensions within the international market- 4985 mm, 5140 mm and an extra-long wheelbase model which measures at 5370 mm. It’s provided in two seating configurations- an eight-seater variant the place each second and third row get three govt seats and a seven-seat model the place the second row will get two govt seats. Curiously, the second-row seats will also be rotated in direction of the door which provides to the consolation because it makes ingress and egress simple. Furthermore, the seats will also be rotated to 180-degrees and the passengers can sit dealing with one another, thus making it an apt MPV the place interactions and conferences could be held on the go.

The Mercedes-Benz V-Class within the international market is loaded with all of the bells and whistles which we get in a equally priced Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan. Superior options like lane preserve help, 360-degree digicam view, blind spot detection and extra are additionally on board and we anticipate them to make solution to India since will probably be a CBU. The European market will get the V-Class with a number of engine choices however our market is more likely to get solely the OM654 2.Zero-litre, four-cylinder diesel engine which is BSVI criticism and debuted within the current-generation E-Class. The engine produces 191 bhp and 400 Nm of peak torque.
 

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