Mercedes Benz India has launched a cheaper version of its E-class saloon, the E-250 CDI Classic.
After BMW proponed its launch of the new series as sales were being affected by the absence of the new model Mercedes in turn has launched a cheaper version to keep the momentum of sales.The Classic has no sliding sunroof, bi-Xenon headlamps, LED driving lamps and daytime running headlamps. The classic gets Eucalyptus wood trim, grey colour interiors and traditional gear lever instead of gear selector stalk for its 5-speed auto ‘box. the paddle shifters are also missing which is offered in the Elegance. It is powered by 2143cc engine with 201bhp and 51kgm of torque. The tyres are 16 inch with 9 spoke alloy wheels.
The Mercedes E-Class Classic costs Rs. 4,020,000 ex showroom Delhi