For almost two long years we witnessed the continued development of the new generation of the Mercedes-Benz A Class. And it is now a reality. The fourth generation of the Mercedes-Benz A Class is completely new and has been developed on the modular platform of front-wheel-drive MFA2, an evolution of which is used in the current model and features elaborate aluminum parts, a new electrical architecture to be able to receive the technology of 48 volts, essential for both more sophisticated equipment and to get engines with greater efficiency. In fact, the design of the new Mercedes-Benz compact does not presuppose a revolution, but an evolution, adopting traits already seen in the new models of the brand, as the design of the front cleaner and tapered from the side view, offering a greater of sportsmanship, while in the rear the trunk lid was tilted in a few degrees to make this area more elegant. In addition, it is perfectly visible that the proportions are somewhat larger, this due to a thirty millimeter increment in the wheelbase, and thus the space for passengers in the rear seats is also larger, as is the volume of the carrier, suitcases now has 370 liters under normal conditions, 30 liters more than its predecessor.

But it is in the interior where the new A Class will make a leap in quality over the current model and its rivals. State-of-the-art connectivity technology is reflected in a new fully digital instrument panel display – available in 7.0 and 10.25 inch sizes – fully customizable, can configure the clock structure to the driver’s liking, and a second touch screen for the system of infotainment and navigation with these same sizes. The new Mercedes-Benz A Class will feature three levels of equipment, from the most basic ‘Style’ to the most luxurious and complete ‘Progressive’, through an intermediary with a sporty finish called ‘AMG Line’. In fact, all the interior design is new, from the multifunction steering wheel to the air conditioning system controls – the only ones in the center console – in a much cleaner and more luxurious style. Ventilation inputs with a turbine design light up with 64 colors, a function of ambient lighting that the new A Class inherits from the E Class, S Class and the new CLS. One of the most important innovations of the new compact of the German brand is the debut of the new interface Mercedes-Benz User Experience (known by the abbreviation MBUX) and that really means a revolution in relation to the handling, counting on a new system of vocal commands capable to recognize simple and natural language. Thanks to artificial intelligence technology, the system is able to learn normal expressions from the driver and passengers to provide more accurate information, a system that allows controlling the entire vehicle and the applications of the Comand Online platform.

The line of mechanics will be limited to gasoline and diesel engines of four cylinders. The offer available in the commercial launch will include three options: the A 180d with a maximum power of 116 hp, the petrol version A 200 with a maximum power of 160 hp associated with the six-speed manual transmission and the most powerful A 250 with a power maximum of 224 hp. The latter, together with the diesel A 180d, will in principle only come with the automatic transmission of double clutch and seven speeds, option also available in the A 200. A few months later will arrive the rest of the mechanics, including the versions with full drive. The new 9-speed automatic transmission will not be available in the new A Class line until the end of the year waterproof atv covers.


Last week the German manufacturer released a first image of the new generation of the Mercedes-Benz A Class sedan body, a photograph showing the compact sedan in the wind tunnel, as it set a new record that places it as the most productive production car. current aerodynamics. Now Mercedes-Benz has completely revealed the new A Class Sedan and thanks to a complete gallery of images that show the car from all angles, we can get to know you in depth. With an aerodynamic coefficient of 0.22, the new A Class Sedan boasts the lowest coefficient of aerodynamic resistance today, managing to overcome the aerodynamic properties of the five-door model. This was achieved thanks to a precise body seal, including the main headlights, a complete coating of the lower part of the vehicle, the floor and the engine compartment, as well as a number of aerodynamic elements that have been able to improve the air flow. Its length is 4.54 meters, its width of 1.79 meters and the height is 1.44 meters, while the trunk has 420 liters of capacity. The initial engine offering will include the A 200 with 163 hp and 250 Nm of maximum torque, a gasoline engine that is combined with a 7GDCT dual clutch transmission, which announces a fuel consumption of 19.2 km / l and CO2 emissions of 119 g / km.

In the diesel line the offer contemplates the A 180 D that develops 116 hp of power and a maximum torque of 260 Nm that also is combined with the transmission of double clutch of seven relations. According to data provided by the manufacturer, the fuel consumption in the mixed cycle is 19.2 km / l and CO2 emissions of 107 g / km. The most relevant equipment includes multiple airbags, traction and stability controls, MBUX infotainment system with touch screen and access to applications, configurable digital instrumentation, integrated navigation, tactile control buttons on the steering wheel, as well as various roadside assistance such as autonomous braking in the city, unintentional shift warning, semi-autonomous driving, alloy wheels up to 19 inches, optional MULTIBEAM LED headlamps, etc.The sedan version of the new generation of Mercedes-Benz A Class will be manufactured at the brand’s plants in Rastatt, Germany and Aguascalientes, Mexico. Its arrival in the market is expected.


Since last September 3rd the new Mercedes-Benz A Class Sedan is on sale in the German market and is expected to reach other markets in the coming months. Also on sale is the Mercedes-Benz A Class Sedan Edition 1, the special launching edition that the star brand sells every time a new model arrives on the market. This new special edition launch of the new A Class Sedan will have a total of 7.021 euros in extras in Germany. This edition not only brings some flamboyant details in copper color, but was also endowed with a wider standard equipment. The Mercedes-Benz A Class Sedan Edition 1 is equipped with the AMG Line package as well as chrome-plated and copper-colored details. The diamond pattern grille with touches of copper color, 19-inch alloy wheels with that same color, ‘Edition 1’ badges on the front mudguards and LED headlamps are all standard equipment. Customers can choose from four different shades: Black Night, Polar White, Mountain Gray and Cosmos Black. The interior of this special edition sedan based on the new Mercedes-Benz A Class features sports seats upholstered in artificial leather microfiber with contrasting copper frames, contrast stitching also present on the seats, door panels, armrests and instrument panel. It also has a multifunctional sports steering wheel with Nappa leather flat bottom, bright aluminum trim with the inscription ‘Edition 1’, a 64-color ambient lighting system and specific velvet rugs.

The Mercedes-Benz A Class Sedan Edition 1 will be marketed, as has been customary in Mercedes-Benz for 12 months, while the first units will not reach customers until the beginning of 2019. On the other hand, the A Class Sedan standard will be available from the outset with two petrol engines and one diesel engine, as well as 7G-DCT manual and automatic transmissions that send power to the front axle and a 4MATIC all-wheel drive system, depending on the version and engine chosen.

Mercedes-Benz A Class Sedan prices in Germany:

  • Mercedes-Benz A 200 Sedan – 30,916 euros
  • Mercedes-Benz A 180d Sedan 7G-DCT – 32,141 euros
  • Mercedes-Benz A 200 Sedan 7G-DCT – 33,010 euros
  • Mercedes-Benz A 220 Sedan 7G-DCT 4MATIC – 36,431 euros
  • Mercedes-Benz A 250 Sedan 7G-DCT – 37,324 euros
  • Mercedes-Benz A 250 Sedan 7G-DCT 4MATIC – 39,525 euros

efore the end of the year and for now have not been informed the prices .


With the Paris Motor Show 2018 already under way, there are many new developments that the manufacturers started to reveal in the French automobile event. The new generation of the Mercedes-Benz B Class, the third edition of the model of the German brand, had its presentation in Paris, debuting new exterior image of more dynamic character and new technologies, as well as innovations in terms of mechanics. Its exterior looks a bit distant from the image of the previous MPV, giving rise to a more dynamic design, where the shorter protrusions, a lower ceiling and the larger diameter alloy wheels, now up to 19 inches stand out. The interior stands out for its configurable digital instrumentation with 10.25-inch screen in the most equipped versions, as well as the new design of its panel, which includes the outputs of the air conditioner with turbine design, lacquered black trim, chrome details and package LED interior lighting with up to 64 different colors. The capacity of the trunk is 455 liters, but when rebating the rear seats the maximum capacity reaches the 1,540 liters available on its flat cargo surface. The rear cover allows for hands-free operation, as it is electric and can be operated only with the foot movement under the bumper in versions equipped with the keyless access system.

The most relevant equipment includes an MBUX infotainment system with touch screen, tactile controls on the steering wheel and voice control, as well as various driving aids such as pedestrian detection, autonomous braking, active distance assistant, change of track, etc. Regarding the mechanics, the initial offer of the new Mercedes-Benz B Class includes in the gasoline line a 1.3-liter engine with four cylinders in versions of 136 and 163 hp of power, while the diesel offer will include a 2.0-liter engine, also four-cylinder, which will be offered in 116-, 150- and 190-horsepower versions, always in combination with an eight-speed 7G-DCT or 8G-DCT dual-clutch automatic transmission in the most powerful diesel-powered, and to the front axle.


The Mercedes-Benz booth at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show promises to be one of the most interesting at the event. There will be the new Mercedes-Benz C Class, but it will not be the only major news. In addition to the renewed line of the sedan (and turbo), the Germans will present the new AMG G 63 and A Class in addition to the expected AMG GT4. In comparison with the latter, the new C Class will not be the one that will attract more attention. And not because it does not deserve it, but because in reality it is a very light update of the current generation, which was introduced in the market in 2014. As usual, the brand wanted to make a small facelift in the model so that it continues to be interesting in relation to an increasingly strong competition. The new Mercedes-Benz C Class incorporates new bumpers, headlights and flashlights subtly updated in its exterior design. It will remain available with several lines of equipment that not only affect your exterior image, but also your equipment and interior decoration. These finishing lines are the AMG Line, Exlcusive, Avantgarde, plus the basics.

One of the most significant exterior novelties has to do with headlamps, which can now incorporate Multibeam LED technology with a large light capacity, as each headlight is composed of 84 independent LEDs that can be controlled individually and accurately. In the technological part were added new driving assistants that give the model a semi-autonomous driving ability under certain circumstances. Inside there are changes in the instrument panel and electronic systems. The Mercedes-Benz C Class 2019 can equip a 12.3-inch digital screen that makes up the dashboard and a multimedia system with screen up to 10.25 inches. It also changes the steering wheel, which now has touch buttons, as well as the command to handle the multimedia equipment. We will know more details – motorizations, equipment and prices – after its presentation in Geneva.