News Nation Logo

Mercedes new GLA variant launched in India and we know all about it

The Luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz on Wednesday launched its new GLA variant in India. The new GLA variant is a Made in India product and was manufactured locally at company's Chakan Plant in Pune. It was first showcased at this year’s Detroit Motor Show.

News Nation Bureau | Updated : 06 July 2017, 10:37:16 AM
Mercedes-Benz new GLA variant launched and it is all Made in India

Mercedes-Benz new GLA variant launched and it is all Made in India

1

The Luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz on Wednesday launched its new GLA variant in India. The new GLA variant is a Made in India product and was manufactured locally at company's Chakan Plant in Pune. It was first showcased at this year’s Detroit Motor Show.

Mercedes-Benz new GLA variant launched and its all Made in India

Mercedes-Benz new GLA variant launched and its all Made in India

2

Sales of the new luxuries GLA variant of Mercedes-Benz in India started from Wednesday and the prices are uniform across the states following the introduction of the new centralised tax model GST.

Mercedes-Benz new GLA variant launched and its all Made in India

Mercedes-Benz new GLA variant launched and its all Made in India

3

The load compartment has SUV-specific features such as a robust external loading sill guard. The flexible and variable interior of the GLA makes it your best adventure companion.

Mercedes-Benz new GLA variant launched and its all Made in India

Mercedes-Benz new GLA variant launched and its all Made in India

4

Headlamp Assist with automatic headlamp activation depending on the ambient light conditions, Headlamp Assist automatically switches the low-beam headlamps on or off.

Mercedes-Benz new GLA variant launched and its all Made in India

Mercedes-Benz new GLA variant launched and its all Made in India

5

It has an integral safety concept aimed at avoiding accidents, ensuring ideal responses to dangers and lessening the consequences of accidents.The ATTENTION ASSIST in the GLA recommends taking a break if it detects signs of driver drowsiness or inattention.