German luxury carmaker Mercedes-Benz has launched its new C-Class model cars in Myanmar in a bid to gain a stronger foothold in one of its newest markets.
The new C-Class has come into four model lines – the Standard line, the Exclusive Line, the Avantgarde Line and the AMG Line, which is a sportier version of all the four.
Cycle & Carriage Automobile Myanmar Co Ltd, the authorized dealer for the car brand, said it is “Confident that Myanmar people will be excited” with the C-Class model.
The car comes with a Touch Pad system which can control the whole car, a dashboard at the front window and an LED Intelligence Light System.
The new C-Class is open for test drives until the end of September at Mercedes Benz showroom on Pyay road in Yangon.
Additionaly, the company is also offering gift vouchers worth $2,000 to spend at Mercedes-Benz Boutique Corner inside the car showroom this month.
There is a special service package for every purchase: two-year warranty for unlimited mileage, complimentary three-year free servicing for engine oil, oil filter, brake fluid, air filter and dust filter, and complimentary paint protection plan.