Mercedes-Benz India has recorded a strong sales performance in Q3 2021. The brand announced deliveries of 4101 units to the customers in the quarter. This has led to one of its most robust quarterly sales performance ever. Furthermore, Mercedes-Benz India registered sales of 8958 units between the period of January-September 2021. Mercedes-Benz India reveals that the bounce-back in the sales is backed by the brand’s completely new product portfolio. In comparison with Q2, when the brand only sold 2060 units, MB India has made 99% sales growth in Q3 2021.
Mercedes-Benz India Makes V-Shaped Recovery
The Q3 sales, in particular, also reflect the continuous V-shaped recovery. The brand has made this v-shaped recovery since the pandemic that affected Q2 sales. The rise in sales is due to various factors, including a favourable market, return of economic activities, and a stable economy. Elaborating further, the German carmaker also revealed that the brand has already crossed the 2020 numbers in the first nine months. The current sales number has already given MB India the momentum to prepare for the upcoming festive season.
New Mercedes-Benz Cars to Debut This Quarter
Mercedes-India will also launch more products in the Indian market this quarter. Martin Schwenk, Managing Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India revealed, “Our product offensive for the Indian market this year is far from over”. We expect the carmaker to launch more exciting products this quarter to cater to the rising demand, especially during the festive season. Furthermore, the brand reveals that the company will produce as many cars as possible. This will help secure the supply chain and mitigate the current parts shortages that have hit the auto industry.
Products such as the A-Class Limousine, the new E-Class, AMG A35 4M, new GLA, AMG GLA35 4M, GLS Maybach 600 and the new S-Class boosted demand for the brand. The GLS Maybach 600, the new S-Class and a range of other AMG products also witnessed exceptionally high customer interest. However, the brand reveals that the Long-Wheelbase E-Class continues to remain the single highest-selling model between January-September 2021. The brand also reveals that the brand has a strong order bank for the all-electric EQC, and the next batch of the EQC will arrive in October.
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