Mercedes-Benz A-Class limousines focus on the business of being pushed around and not really driving, but admittedly, we have become plagued with some of these Luxo-features, as they are some of the rarest and most unique wheels in the world. And, of course, is expected to be more capacious as well as feature-rich.
One of the breathtaking Mercedes-Benz model that grasped eyeballs was the A-Class limousine. In India, the A-Class will likely be the offset point of Mercedes-Benz. At least it looks are given such they reflect that of the A-Class and B-Class are not marketed anymore here. The Mercedes-Benz A-Class showed its AMG avatar. However, a sharp look at Mercedes’ India website notes that the car will be offered in both the regular diesel and petrol versions too.
See why they are so appealing? These five features are arguably the most impressive though. Here then is what the least Mercedes-Benz car in India could deliver to the board.
How effective is the space inside?
The A-Class limousine is not a bigger car lengthwise, it measures only 4,549mm. In other look wise like the breadth and height, the A-Class has the advantage. In the words of wheelbase, the most powerful thing, the A-Class takes the higher hand over with 2,729-mm. However, on paper, the limousine should be the roomier and that is a great as it might just absolve its name. Well, the cabin is stylish and on par and there are 64 various ambient lighting choices.
What is exciting about its design and safety measures?
Coming to the cabin, there are digital screens and a correspond-sized touchscreen infotainment with MBUX. The limo will be a consistent vehicle technology wise and one can access info on their phones. There is a powered front seat with memory function dual-zone climate control, and scenic sunroof as well as wireless charging. The Hard disc navigation also is turned in as well as phone connectivity. If you go for the AMG model, you get a Burmester to encompass multifunction sports steering wheel, keyless go and a sound system.
Let’s discuss the key stats for the engine and transmission
Mercedes-Benz will expected to have three engines and variants to offer. They are sporty A35, A220, and the A180d. All three engines are mated to a 7-speed DCT and a BS6 pliant. The Renault-Nissan has co-developed the 1.5-liter diesel engine and produces 260Nm and 115hp power. It has the start-stop tech and should be the mileage boss amongst the three engines. The AMG will contain a 2.0-litre turbo petrol engine that should get around 400Nm torque and 300hp power.
What does it take to own?
The expected launch will be on Dec 2020 that was floated around. A quick glance confirms that the A-Class limo will take its spot too soon may be the next year. Mercedes-Benz India, at that point of time, might lift the C-Class costs or just end the base trim. At the time it has come up with the starting price of 35 Lakh INR- 1.00 Crore INR. It appears it is hard work to own it.
And it has the bonus to offer!
The spec sheet on the A-Class sedan is already an awesome one, but there will always be those that want a piece of extra cherry on the cake of exclusivity and practicality. It provides with a decent list of voluntary extras. The exterior can be adorned with the AMG kit that appends features such as 18-inch AMG alloy wheels, AMG body styling, and a diamond-block grille. While the interior benefits include a heated steering wheel, and ventilated seats.
Interior packages offer also include Premium benefits, including a hands-free access, keyless-go, infotainment display, and 10.25-inch cluster and auto-dimming mirrors. The Driver Aid Package is one of the major striking offerings. We have the safety features such as active speed limit assist, emergency stop assists, active steering assist, and evasive steering assist.
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