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Mercedes-Benz offers more affordable, locally assembled options at this year’s Motor Expo

Dec 01. 2020
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By The Nation

Much to the delight of car enthusiasts, Mercedes-Benz has brought more than 25 luxury vehicles to the 37th Motor Expo, which kicks off on Wednesday.

The line-up covers several segments under the Mercedes brand, including compact cars, contemporary luxury, dream cars and SUV, as well as high-performance vehicles under the Mercedes-AMG brand and plug-in hybrid cars from the EQ brand, catering to every lifestyle.

Highlights include the locally assembled edition of the Mercedes-Benz GLA 200 AMG Dynamic, a second-generation compact SUV that offers more space and additional safety features, and the sleeker, sportier Mercedes-Benz A-Class.

The automaker is offering a special yearend deal at this year’s Motor Expo, which will run until December 13 at the Impact Challenger Hall 1 in Muang Thong Thani.

Customers who purchase Mercedes-Benz and Mercedes-AMG vehicles (participating models only), with deliveries until December 31, will receive an iPhone 12 worth more than Bt32,000.

Roland Folger, president and CEO of Mercedes-Benz (Thailand), said the two new locally assembled vehicles – the Mercedes-Benz GLA 200 AMG Dynamic and the Mercedes-Benz A-Class – are expected to boost sales in the luxury car market at the end of the year.

Roland Folger, president and CEO of Mercedes-Benz (Thailand) Company Limited

He said these locally assembled versions are being offered at highly competitive prices, which will surely attract new customers.

The company is confident that new GLA and A-Class as well as other premium models showcased at the expo will receive an overwhelming welcome, he added.

The new Mercedes-Benz GLA 200 AMG Dynamic is priced at Bt2,399,000, while the Mercedes-Benz A-Class comes in two models: the Mercedes-Benz A 200 Progressive, priced at Bt1,990,000 and Mercedes-Benz A 200 AMG Dynamic, priced at Bt2,150,000.

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