German car major, Mercedes-Benz, on Sunday said its sales in first two-months of this year has grown by 157 per cent with a total of 842 units sold as compared to same period a year-ago.
In January and February 2009, the company sold 328 units.
Mercedes-Benz, in February 2010 itself, recorded a sales of 439 units, marking a growth of 78 per cent as compared to 246 units in February 2009.
"So far, we have registered a good start to the year 2010 and February sales have been encouraging," Mercedes-Benz India Managing Director and CEO, Wilfried Aulbur, said in a statement in Mumbai.
The sales of Mercedes-Benz E-Class continued to surge with the introduction of the E 250V6 and E 250CDI to the existing line-up of E 350 and E 350CDI.
The company sold around 406 cars in the E-class category in the first two-months with 161 cars sold in February.
The S-Class also received a further boost with the S 350L and the S 350CDIL joining the top-of-the line S 500L.
Mercedez-Benz sold 81 cars in the S-Class category in Jan-Feb 2010.
In end-February, the company launched its S 600 Guard in the country. It is the only factory integrated special protection vehicle available in the country.
The top-of-the-line C 250 introduced in January was the image driver for the existing models C 220CDI and the C 200 Kompressor.