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Merc opens workshop

Sees world-class servicing standards the key differentiator.

Tags: Mercedes-Benz, Auto Hangar Worshop, Servicing, Luxury, Car Market

August 21, 2012  |  comments ( 0 )  | 
Merc opens workshop

In midst of fierce competition in the Indian luxury car market, Mercedes-Benz India has inaugurated its largest workshop ever at Mumbai, India. Auto Hangar Worshop is spread over an area of 100,000 sq ft with 54 dedicated bays capable of servicing 60 cars each day.

Made with an investment of Rs 520 million, the workshop is aimed at enhancing the network of the luxury car maker.

Peter Honegg, Managing Director & CEO Mercedes-Benz India said, “Mercedes-Benz’s core brand philosophy is Best or Nothing and this has been our guiding philosophy in all our initiatives. While we continue to make some of the best cars world over, it has also been our relentless endeavour to provide each of our customers with an unmatched servicing experience leading to a delightful vehicle ownership experience. I reiterate the fact that going forward, world-class servicing standards will be the key differentiator and Mercedes-Benz will continue to create new benchmark and take a lead. We have been focusing on strategically expanding our network in India and this new world-class workshop is yet another step to move closer to the customers”.

Mohan Mariwala, Managing Director, Auto Hangar said, “Auto Hangar’s new workshop is yet another step towards the aim of providing our customers, an unparalleled servicing standard that reflects Mercedes-Benz’s philosophy of Best or Nothing. Auto Hangar is proud to be associated with Mercedes-Benz and presents the country’s largest luxury car workshop that combines the best of infrastructure, technology and human skills.”

Auto Hangar Mumbai is equipped with sophisticated equipments and latest technology likes remote sensing diagnosis used by Mercedes-Benz globally. The workshop owing to its large tooling capacity will be taking care of all the servicing requirements of the customers of Mumbai and also those from neighbouring cities, under one roof. The workshop will provide round the clock support  in service, general repairs, body repairs, paint job, wheel alignment, wheel balancing, tyre change, car wash, polishing and gamut of other servicing requirementsamp; CEg� re�Ÿ �߹ India said, “Mercedes-Benz’s core brand philosophy is Best or Nothing and this has been our guiding philosophy in all our initiatives. While we continue to make some of the best cars world over, it has also been our relentless endeavor to provide each of our customers with an unmatched servicing experience leading to a delightful vehicle ownership experience. I reiterate the fact that going forward, world-class servicing standards will be the key differentiator and Mercedes-Benz will continue to create new benchmark and take a lead. We have been focusing on strategically expanding our network in India and this new world-class workshop is yet another step to move closer to the customers”.

Mohan Mariwala, Managing Director, Auto Hangar said, “Auto Hangar’s new workshop is yet another step towards the aim of providing our customers, an unparalleled servicing standard that reflects Mercedes-Benz’s philosophy of Best or Nothing. Auto Hangar is proud to be associated with Mercedes-Benz and presents the country’s largest luxury car workshop that combines the best of infrastructure, technology and human skills.”

Auto Hangar Mumbai is equipped with sophisticated equipments and latest technology likes remote sensing diagnosis used by Mercedes-Benz globally. The workshop owing to its large tooling capacity will be taking care of all the servicing requirements of the customers of Mumbai and also those from neighbouring cities, under one roof. The workshop will provide round the clock support in Service, General Repairs, Body Repairs, Paint Job, Wheel Alignment, Wheel Balancing, Tyre Change, Car Wash, Polishing and gamut of other servicing requirements. 

Today, Mercedes-Benz is present across 31 Indian cities through its 72 touchpoints. 


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