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NBK Automobiles launches special offer on Mercedes V-Class

Nasser Bin Khaled (NBK) Automobiles, the authorised general distributor of Mercedes-Benz in Qatar, has announced a special offer on the Mercedes-Benz V-Class.
The V-Class is now available at a special price with a package of benefits, including free registration, one-year insurance, two-year warranty and a one-year or 40,000km (whichever comes first) service package with the option of trade-in, the company has said in a statement.
As the youngest and largest member of the passenger car family, the V-Class “sets new benchmarks in its segment with its design and a host of innovations”, the statement notes.
Sheikh Faleh bin Nawaf al-Thani, operations director, Auto at NBK Group, said: “Nasser Bin Khaled Automobiles offers comprehensive solutions for transportation by Mercedes-Benz luxury vehicles and vans, which are the best in these categories. With the increasing demand on transport in Qatar, we are ready to offer our customers the best vehicles and offers that facilitate their business and meet their needs.”
Ihab El Feky, chief operations officer – Automotive at NBK Group, added: “We are pleased to launch this offer on this luxury MPV that is redefining this category. The V-Class is a symbol of comfort, elegance and luxury. With this new offer, customers and corporates can leverage from a wide range of benefits and drive the best MPV ever.”
The V-Class “combines room for up to eight people and exemplary functionality with the high-class appeal, comfort, efficient driving pleasure and safety that distinguish automobiles bearing the three-pointed star”. This makes the V-Class the “perfect vehicle for everyone who appreciates great spaciousness but does not want to sacrifice style and comfort”.
Even at first glance the V-Class is unmistakably a member of the Mercedes-Benz passenger car family and sets an emotional highlight in its segment. At the centre of the powerful front is the upright radiator grille with three-dimensional central star and the progressively designed headlamps, which for the first time in this segment offer all lighting functions in LED technology as an option.
A high level of driving comfort and an exemplary standard of safety are ensured by a total of 11 innovative driver assistance systems. They are based on state-of-the-art radar, camera and ultrasound sensors, which were introduced in the new E-Class and S-Class under the name ‘Mercedes-Benz Intelligent Drive’. Standard equipment includes Crosswind Assist, which helps the driver stabilise the V-Class in strong, gusting crosswinds, and Attention Assist, which can warn of inattention and drowsiness.
The Pre-Safe system, familiar from the passenger car models, is available as an optional extra to further enhance safety. When an accident threatens, it initiates protective measures to ensure that the belts and airbags offer optimum protection during a collision.
At market launch, the new V-Class comes to the starting line with the state-of-the-art 2.1-litre, four-cylinder turbodiesel engine with two-stage turbocharging, which has already proven highly successful in many passenger car model series from the A-Class to the S-Class, and which has now been further enhanced specifically for the MPV.
The V-Class also sets new standards in comfort and variability with a host of innovations. The Mercedes-Benz MPV is the only vehicle in the segment to offer optional four-way lumbar support and active seat ventilation with reversing fans to ensure a consistent relative humidity at the contact area with the leather seat for driver and front passenger.
The seating in the rear allows numerous configurations to meet any requirements. As standard, the MPV is equipped with four individual luxury seats with armrests in two seat rows.
For easy loading and unloading, the V-Class features another first in this segment in the shape of the separately opening rear windscreen attached to the upper tailgate frame.


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