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Mercedes-Benz sales continue to zoom

Luxury carmaker, Mercedes-Benz India, has seen its sales grow strongly during Q2 2017. At 4698 units, with about 41 per cent increase in its luxury car sales, the company has reported its best-ever third quarter sales in a calendar year. For the nine-month period ending 30 September 2017, total sales have grown at 20 per cent to 11,869 units.“This growth story is a direct result of our strong customer-focused strategy, which has been bearing fruit,” said Roland Folger, its Managing Director.

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