Six new Mercedes-Benz models make their world premiere at the forthcoming Geneva Motor Show.
Ciaran Allen, sales manager for Mercedes-Benz passenger cars in Ireland, is looking forward to the event and he said the new models 'maintain a new product offensive that has opened Mercedes-Benz ownership to a significantly broader body of motorists and underpinned growth, both in Irish and international markets’.
One of the main eye-catchers will be the recently unveiled Mercedes-Benz A-Class which is set to arrive into Ireland immediately ahead of the 182 registrations period.
Another newcomer likely to attract attention will be the new facelifted C-Class range, due here hot on the heels of the A-Class in July.
First versions will be in coupé and cabriolet form, followed in September by saloon and estate versions.
Other Geneva newcomers will be a high-performance 4-Door GT Coupé, G63 and C43 Sedan and Estate facelift, plus a plug-in hybrid C300de and E350e and the latest self-driving concept from Smart.
There too – after undergoing what is said to be ‘the biggest makeover in its history’ – will be the iconic new G-Class, a model long favoured by true off-roaders, including those heavy-duty operatives with serious work to do in terrain that is anything but inviting.
It was first shown at the recent North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
For more information on any of the new models from Mercedes, please contact your local Mercedes team at Michael Moore Car Sales on 090 6403000.