Mercedes Benz was founded by Karl Benz in 1926. The company is considered one of the finest luxury car manufacturers in the world. Over the years, Mercedes has launched multiple cars in the market which promise to deliver utmost satisfaction to its customers. Let’s take a look at the top 4 models leading Mercedes line-up.
The C-class has been the most successful Mercedes in the Indian market. It comes with a 9-speed gearbox with automatic transmission. C-class features a rear-wheel-drive. This car comes with a powerful 184bhp 1.5L petrol with an EQ boost engine. Safety features include driver and passenger airbags, ABS with ABD, attention assist, High Beam assist headlights, and much more. The C-class can reach up to speeds of 250 kmph and does 0-100 kmph in 6.9 seconds.
The E-class comes with a 197-bhp 2.0L petrol engine that produces 300Nm torque and a 194-bhp 2.0L diesel engine that produces 400Nm torque. The E-class can reach 0-100kmph in 7.3 seconds with a top speed of 240 kmph. It features a 9-speed 9G TRONIC automatic transmission across all variants. It hosts an 11-inch touchscreen display that can be used for navigation as well as entertainment. It features a Burmester surround sound system as a standard.
This powerful SUV is offered with two engine options- 2.0 litre diesel and 2.0 litre petrol. It is a 5 seater luxury vehicle which has 550 litres of boot space. The GLC is loaded with attractive features such as Hard disc navigation, dynamic select, cruise control, 10.25 inch HD touch display, etc. It is also fitted with 7 airbags to meet the safety needs.
This luxury beast comes with 2.0 litre engine (245PS of power & 500 Nm of torque) and 3.0 litre engine (330PS of power and 700 Nm of torque). It runs with a top speed of 225 kmph. In terms of features, the GLE will surprise you with blind spot assist, multibeam led, active braking assist, 9 airbags, panoramic sunroof, etc.
There are various benefits that you can enjoy with a Mercedes Benz Car Insurance, such as: -
The Mercedes Benz Car Insurance Price which you will have to pay depends on a number of factors, including: -
|Car Model||Variant||Market price||IDV*||Zero depreciation (Add on)*||Premium (Basic)*|
|C CLASS||C 300 CABRIOLET||Rs. 75,52,000||Rs. 47,88,760||Rs. 16,473||Rs. 65,488|
|E CLASS||E 200 EXPRESSION||Rs. 68,09,000||Rs. 43,70,760||Rs. 15,035||Rs. 61,894|
|GLC||220d 4MATIC||Rs. 67,66,000||Rs. 43,89,000||Rs. 15,098||Rs. 62,050|
|GLE||400d 4MATIC LWB HIP HOP EDITION||Rs. 1,48,00,000||Rs. 95,00,000||Rs. 32,680||Rs. 1,06,005|
*The values are calculated on the basis of city (Delhi) and registration year (2020)
Following are the various discounts available with your Mercedes Benz Car Insurance: -
The add-ons that you get along with your Mercedes Benz Car Insurance in India are: -
Yes. You have to visit the insurer’s office and give them an application (along with the RC of the vehicle) stating to correct the vehicle number.
In case you have forgotten to renew the Mercedes Car Insurance policy within the specified time frame, you need to provide a copy of the previous policy, registration certificate of the car, and the Vehicle Inspection Report to get the policy renewed. But you must note that once the policy has expired, all your accumulated benefits will be forfeited by the insurance company.
Yes, the Mercedes-Benz car Insurance can be renewed online. With many policies listed on the portal, you can choose the one that suits you the best.
As per IRDAI, companies like National Insurance Company Limited, Acko General Insurance Limited and United India Insurance Company Limited offer the best claim settlement ratio for Mercedes Benz Car Insurance.
Last updated on 18-11-2020