For the first time ever, four new models have been launched in the Nigerian market.
According to Vanguard, these new models were launched through Weststar Associated Limited, the car maker's representative in Nigeria.
These new cars are: the E-Class, GLE Sport Utility Vehicle, the V-Class multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) and GLC models.
Features of the SUV GLE include new headlights, bumpers, grilles, redesigned LED stripes, a direct-injection twin-turbo V6 engine with spray-guided combustion, new piezo injectors, MSI multi-spark ignition, two new steering wheel designs, new material colors and trims.
This model has been adapted for Nigerian roads. It's fuel consumption and CO_2 emissions have also reduced by 17 percent.
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The new V-Class MPV comes with 190 horsepower, 325 pound-feet of torque, seven seats , while the GLC is perfect for both singles and families.
Speaking at the unveiling, the Managing Director, Mirko Plath, announced plans to launch new models.
He said: "The new models, which are the latest edition of Mercedes GLE 400, V 250, GLC 300 and E 200 would be followed with the introduction of other “exciting products” to meet the specific needs of the market."