As we all know Mercedes-Benz traces its origins to great men like Karl Benz’s whose creation of the first petrol-powered car, the Benz Patent Motorwagen, financed by Bertha Benz and patented in January 1886, along with creative men Gottlieb Daimler and engineer Wilhelm Maybach. This man monopolized the automobile industry in their time along with their other associates and went ahead to created a brand that will today be seen as a giant in the automobile industry. In modern time the company have launched different Mercedes Benz models such as A-Class, B-Class, C-Class, CLA, CLS, E-Class, G-Class GLA, GLB, GLC, GLE, GLS, S-Class, SL, SLC, V-Class, AMG GT, AMG GT4, X-Class.
In this article, our focus remains on the new A-Class models with its youthful and dynamic look which demonstrates its mass appeal to a tech-savvy younger generation and invariably retaining its grown-up style and comfort like never before. The A-Class is Mercedes-Benz User Experience compliant (MBUX), which showcases the advanced multimedia infotainment system that several other German premium manufacturers’ latest models are known for. The MBUX is a revolutionary infotainment system and it fits this description by any automotive standards we choose to grade it with, because it is fast, responsive, and has effective voice control that marches Smartphone-style user experience. The new system also comes as standard with two seven-inch TFT screens – one is positioned at the centre of the dashboard, and the other in front of the driver with sharp beautifully designed graphics and multiple customisation options add to the unique feeling that MBUX offers. The A-Class made its debut in 1997 and has lined up various subcategories in that model such as Subcompact car (B) (1997–2012) Subcompact executive car (C) (2013–present) (2018-present for A-Class Saloon), where they have designed such as Hatchback / Sedan models.
Below are the list new 2020 A-class models and their prices:
Mercedes Class A 250 e
Prices from £32,990 (₦15.6M ) to £33,585 (₦15.9M)
The A 250 e (weighted fuel consumption 1.5-1.4 l/100 km, weighted CO2 emissions 34-33 g/km, weighted power consumption 15.0-14.8 kWh/100 km)  , the A 250 e Saloon (weighted fuel consumption 1.4 l/100 km, weighted CO2 emissions 33-32 g/km, weighted power consumption 14.8-14.7 kWh/100 km), with Electric range 74-77 km (NEDC) , Electric output 75 kW, System output 160 kW, System torque 450 Nm, Top speed 140 km/h (electric)/235 km/h (total; A-Class Compact Saloon) and Acceleration 0-100 km/h in 6.6 seconds (A-Class Compact Saloon)
A–Class SE Price
£25,060 – ₦11.9M
The SE comes in tech luxury advancement that is combined with high-speed capabilities. The MBUX infotainment system makes you feel at home, with a comfortable seat interior made of black ARTICO Beatrix fabrics. You don’t want to miss this type of car.
A–Class Sport Price
£24,660 – ₦11.6M
The A-Class Sport has a superb interior that shows class with its sporty feel. It is air-conditioned and fitted with a comfortable seat interior made of black ARTICO fleron fabrics, 17-inch alloy wheels and rain-sensing windscreen wipers. It also has a range of engines which include a 2.1-litre petrol engine with a paddle-shift automatic gearbox which launches from 0-62mph in 8.2 seconds.
Mercedes A-Class Sport Sport Executive Price
£26,710 – ₦11.6M
The A-Class Sport Executive has a superb interior to shows class with its executive sporty feel with a little bit extra techs. Their mirror packages help the interior and exterior mirror fold electronically. It also upgraded to aid compatible Smartphone’s charge automatically. The model also has a Parktronic and a 180-degree reversing camera to help the driver when parking.
Mercedes Benz AMG Line Price
The AMG has a superb interior to shows class with its executive feel with more advanced technologies fitted with a comfortable seat interior made of black microfibre ARTICO dynamic fabrics, 18 AMG 5-twin alloy wheels and rain-sensing windscreen wipers.
Mercedes Benz AMG Line Executive Price
£28,210 – ₦13.3M
The AMG Executive has a special interior design that oozes the executive feel with more advanced technologies. It is fitted with a comfortable seat interior made of black microfibre ARTICO dynamic fabrics, 18 AMG 5-twin alloy wheels and rain-sensing windscreen wipers. It also upgraded to aid compatible Smartphone’s charge automatically. The model also has a Parktronic and a 180-degree reversing camera to help the driver when parking.
Mercedes Benz AMG Line Premium Price
£28,210 – ₦14M
The AMG premium is an advanced extension of the other two AGM models which has its own interior design to represent top executive feel with more advanced technologies. Its keyless door inclusion makes it even more unique.
Mercedes Benz AMG Line Premium Plus Price
AMG A 35 4MATIC Price
£34,500 – ₦16.3M
AMG A 35 4MATIC Premium Price
£39,650 – ₦18.6M
AMG A 35 4MATIC Premium Plus Price
£39,650 – ₦18.6M
Mercedes-AMG A45 S
£58,045 – ₦27.4M
The downside of A-Class
Everything in A-Class models looks perfect, but somehow they still lag behind to Audi when it comes to tech applications in their interior and display.
Surely fam, it was fun reviewing these amazing cars, I believe it is safe to say that the Mercedes A-class models are in a class of its own; yet you may have your reservation. So give or take, beauty remains in the eyes of the beholder. Fam, once again I want to thank you for reading, please share the post with your and family preferably via your social media account so they can also read and learn. And please don’t forget to visit or recommend carmart to buy every car type you need. Stay safe and blessed, see you again. Hasta la vista