Significant contributor to this growth trajectory had been the flagship S-Class sedan and the ML-Class SUV and the NGC portfolio comprising the A-Class and B-Class.
While the C-Class and the E-Class luxury sedans remains the preferred vehicle of choice for the customers, the AMGs continue to grow in the performance segment it created, the automaker said in a statement.
The recently launched CLA 45 AMG is expected to appeal to younger generation, widening the AMG customer base in India.
Commenting on the performance, Eberhard Kern, Managing Director & CEO, Mercedes-Benz India, said: "2014 is our year of excellence and its our endeavor to create new benchmark in modern luxury. The first six months of sales growth reaffirms our strong brand premium and competitive edge in terms of offering continuous product innovations, boasting of a benchmark production facility, extending an enriching after-sales experience and strengthening its qualitative network presence."
The automaker had launched seven products in the first half of the year and more products are set to be unveiled in the second half.