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Mercedes-Benz promises to be an extremely active competitor for 202-registrations with hybrids and a number of other highly significant new model arrivals planned across a number of key segments in its vastly expanded model range.
Mercedes-Benz promises to be an active competitor for 202 registrations with hybrids and a number of significant new model arrivals in its expanded model range.
With its second SUV launch in as many months, Mercedes-Benz has introduced more choice to the compact SUV model offering. The much heralded new GLB arrives here with an entry-level price of €42,350.
With their second SUV launch in as many months, Mercedes-Benz has introduced further choice to their compact SUV model offering with the arrival here of their much heralded new GLB with an entry-level price of €42,350.
Mercedes-Benz is set to introduce 22 new models on to the Irish market in 2020, and the German carmaker has just unveiled one of those is a new GLE coupé, to be accompanied by an ultra-sporty stablemate, a Mercedes-AMG GLE 53 4MATIC + version.
With the launch of the new GLB, which arrives here early next year, Mercedes-Benz has raised its SUV range to a new level of desirability, made greater with the availability of a seven-seater version that will be attractive to families with children to transport.
From Mercedes-Benz, the pace of new model introductions planned for 2020 shows no sign of letting-up with no less than 22 model arrivals scheduled. Of these, six will be conventionally powered vehicles with a further 16 arrivals to be made-up of new PHEV plug-in electric hybrid models –a breakdown that underlines the gradual and obvious transition by Mercedes-Benz into the manufacture of alternative energy vehicles.
With the launch of the new GLB, which arrives here early next year, Mercedes-Benz has raised its SUV range offering to a new level of desirability. Its appeal has been made even greater with the availability of a seven-seater version that is likely to prove attractive to families with children to transport.
Mercedes-Benz is set to introduce 22 new models into the Irish market throughout 2020. Of these, six will be conventionally powered, while the other 16 will be made up of new PHEV plug-in electric hybrid models.
Mercedes-Benz has launched the EQC, the first of a family of 10 electric-powered vehicles to be introduced by the German carmaker to the Irish market over the next two years.