Mercedes Benz furthered its dealership in New delhi. The company today inaugurated its Dealership in West Delhi on 7th September. Spread over an enormous 20,000 sq. ft., this new dealership has been built with an overall investment crossing INR 50 million. T&T Motors, West Delhi will give a great access to the West Delhi customers to witness the entire exciting range of Mercedes Benz cars. Mr. Peter Honegg, Managing Director & CEO, Mercedes Benz India and Mr. Ravi Talwar, Chairman, T&T Motors Ltd. inaugurated the dealership.
Mercedes Benz T&T Motors, West Delhi
The showroom has a world class infrastructure with which is strategically located at Rajouri Garden, catering to the Mercedes Benz
customers in West Delhi. This dealership showroom has been created in a short time of three months. The showroom also has a luxurious Mercedes Café. It also has a range of collectibles and a Mercedes-Benz experience zone for an ultimate indulgence in the brand’s products and services.
Mr. Peter Honegg, Managing Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India commented: “Big metros will remain key enablers for driving growth for Mercedes-Benz India, and Delhi will play a pivotal role in this growth story as it is a matured market with a well established base for connoisseurs of luxury cars. Delhi has tremendous growth potential for Mercedes-Benz as our customer base has been rapidly increasing here and the buyers want to experience the superlative attributes of the Brand Mercedes-Benz.
T&T Motors has been our distinguished partners in India since 1997 and we share a similar growth story. In T&T Motors, we see a partner who shares the same passion and commitment towards excellence in servicing the customers. I am confident that our growing customer base in New Delhi will experience even further an enriched vehicle ownership experience. Inauguration of T&T Motors West Delhi is part of our ‘Go to Customer’ strategy which is defining newer benchmark for the luxury car industry in India and we are committed to reaching out and delighting more customers and expanding our footprints to more Indian cities”