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DaimlerChrysler launches Merc C-class variant

24-July-2004
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DaimlerChrysler launches Merc C-class variant

Daimlerchrysler India Ltd has launched its recently facelifted C-Class sedan in Andhra Pradesh, the first such in the country from here through Mahavir Motors, its sole dealer in the State.

The head of sales and marketing and board member, Daimler Chrysler India Ltd, Mr Sanjeev Sahajawala, while announcing the launch of the new vehicle in the country from Hyderabad, said that the Indian customer today is well informed and demands the very best at par with international standards.

The upgraded versions of the cars now feature clear headlamps and carry the successful turbocharged VNT 220 CDI diesel and the supercharged 200 Kompressor petrol engines.

The Chief Executive Officer of Mahavir Motors, Mr Yashwant Jhabakh, hosted the launch event for an exclusive gathering to introduce the new features in the C-class range, according a press release.

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