PUNE – DaimlerChrysler India Ltd. had an early start in the Indian market, and it’s ready to meet the latest competition driving into the region. DCI is armed with eight Mercedes models, including the latest Mercedes E-Class, and 20 variants – half of them built in India and the other half brought in as completely built-up units (CBU). DaimlerChrysler recently launched Mercedes E-Class in India. These cars are expensive, but there are buyers who have the money and the desire to ...
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