IAB Picks – 5 confirmed car launches in India this July

Posted on: Jun 20, 2014 - 8:19pm IST

The festive season is on the horizon and the Indian auto industry is getting ready for a launching spree. However some manufacturers don’t want to hold back their new wares until then. So here are the car launches that are coming our way till the month of July.

1. Mercedes A and B Class Edition 1

Mercedes A-Class A180 variant side
The Mercedes A Class Edition 1 will be available only in a diesel variant (Image: Regular A 180).

Scheduled to be launched on June 24, the Mercedes A and B Class Edition 1 bring more equipment to the table. The special edition models are available only in diesel variants and would have a revised suspension (with increased ground clearance) for smoother ride.

Side of the Mercedes B 180 CDI
The Mercedes B Class Edition 1 would get a rear seat entertainment package (Image: Regular B 180).

New features include glossy black caps for ORVMs, Edition 1 badges on the door sills, panoramic sunroof, powered passenger seat, rear armrest with cup holders and reverse camera. In addition, the B Class Edition 1 will come with a rear seat entertainment package.

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5 thoughts on “IAB Picks – 5 confirmed car launches in India this July

  1. Atul says:

    Any confirmed news about Honda Jazz launch in India…?
    New polo or worth waiting for jazz?
    Any suggestions…?

    1. Hello Dr. Atul – the Jazz will launch anytime after the Mobilio’s launch (July 23/24) up till March 2015. Honda has confirmed that it will launch the Jazz this financial year.

  2. Aneesh says:

    What about Tata Bolt & Zest….all dealers are saying that it will come this festival season…

  3. Anoop says:

    When can we expect Honda Jazz to be Launched in India in 2014?


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As a toddler, those wheeled machinery fascinated me even before I knew what they’re called as! So here I'm, petrolhead by birth, Mechanical engineer by qualification and automotive reporter by profession!