Mercedes GLC Celebration Edition celebrates the Indian Independence and it offers a host of additional accessories and new paint scheme to stand out.
Mercedes-Benz commemorates 70 years of Indian Independence with the GLC Celebration Edition Available in limited numbers, the ‘Celebration Edition’ with Designo hyacinth red color, LED Logo projector, exit lamps in the side doors, so the STAR shadows you on your entry and exit, Exterior mirror housing in a Black high-gloss trim. Sports pedal with high-quality appearance giving a refined, sporty look, Garmin Map Pilot SD card system, High-sheen chromed trim, Rear trim strip in chrome
High-sheen chromed rear further enhances the aesthetics of the rear design. The Mercedes GLC Celebration Edition 220d is priced at Rs. 50.86 lakh and the GLC 300 Celebration Edition is priced at Rs. 51.25 lakh (ex-showroom, All India).
The GLC was launched last year and has petrol and diesel engine options to choose from. The 220d variant of the vehicle is powered by 2143 cc diesel engine that makes 170 Bhp and 400 Nm. The GLC 300 gets 1991cc petrol engine that generates 245 Bhp and 370 Nm. Both the engines get 9-speed automatic transmission with the 4MATIC all-wheel drive system.
The CKD GLC was the 9th product added to Mercedes-Benz’s local production portfolio. Completely Built imported cars portfolio includes the A-Class, B-Class, CLS, E-Class Cabriolet, S-Class Coupé, C-Class Cabriolet, S-Class Cabriolet and the S 600 Guard a range of other Guard vehicles etc.
The product portfolio also comprises the iconic off-roader Mercedes-AMG G 63 as well as a wide range of other Mercedes-AMG performance cars like the AMG CLA 45, AMG C 63 S, AMG S 63 Coupe, AMG S 63 Sedan, AMG GLA 45, AMG GLE 43 Coupe, AMG GT S sports car, AMG SLC 43 and AMG C 43.
The long wheel base new E-Class is Made in India, for India, the first new generation car to be locally produced since market launch. India is the first country to get an RHD version of the LWB E-Class in the world. Mercedes-Benz India registered sales of 3650 units in the January–March 2017 period despite facing multiple market challenges. The SUV competes against the likes of BMW X3 and Audi Q5 in India.