Mercedes Benz inaugurates first 3S luxury car dealership in Mysore

Mercedes-Benz now comprises 87 outlets across 42 cities. The dealership will cater to Mysore and surrounding cities like Hubli and Belgaum.
Mercedes Benz, India’s largest luxury car maker inaugurated its first 3S luxury dealership in Mysore. Strategically located in the heart of the city at Hebbal, the luxurious dealership was instated by Akshaya Motors owned by Mr. M.P. Shyam Shetty. The location will cater to Mysore and its neighboring vicinities like Hubli and Belgaum. The luxury 3S dealership was inaugurated by Roland Folger, Managing Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India and M.P. Shyam Shetty, Managing Director, Akshaya Motors.
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The state of the art facility is located at Hebbal which is well connected to all the parts of the city. The workshop is spread over a cumulative area of approximately 34,000 square feet, staffed by 45 professionally trained personnel. Akshaya Motors houses a 5 car display and hosts 5 bays dedicated for maintenance and repairs. The new facility will display all the variants of Mercedes Benz cars for customers. Akshaya Motors is located at Site No. 57-60, Hebbal Industrial Area, Hebbal, Mysuru.
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Speaking on the occasion, Roland Folger, Managing Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India said, “At Mercedes-Benz India, we strive to create new avenues of proximity with our distinguished customers across the country. We aim to provide the best customer experience by offering our discerning customers the best of our products and services. It is state-of-the-art facilities like Akshaya Motors, Mysore that helps us in pursuing our carefully curated ‘Go to Customer’ strategy and gives us a competitive edge. With this grand 3S luxury car dealership, we are deepening our commitment and providing ‘modern luxury’ in its truest form to our customers. With this launch, we further reinstate our commitment to extend our brand promise of ‘Best or nothing’ to our patrons in the region.”