This article provides some information on the latest models by Mercedes Benz
Mercedes has officially announced its all new A-Class front end styling ahead of the actual reveal of the car in a few weeks' time. The A-Class has slimmer headlights, aggressive front bumpers along with a huge Mercedes badge. The final details can be made by taking a look at the pictures. The car is similar to a usual outgoing car with a long bonnet and slightly rounded passenger compartment.
The design looks improved than the previous model in a manner that the rear is redesigned and it does not contain the brake lights cut into the boot opening. The new 2018 A-Class will have a new and brilliant interior design that will also be incorporated in the newer models. The interior of the new vehicles is significantly different than their predecessors. The new cars now have a twin-screen infotainment setup - one of the screens provides the digital driver information while the other one is for music and other navigation options.
Read the complete article to learn more about the all new 2018 Mercedes A-Class and A-Class Saloon!
The 2018 A-Class will have an all-new interior design that will make its way into other Mercedes models over time. The most noticeable change is the twin-screen infotainment setup - one screen provides a digital driver's display, while the central touchscreen handles other music and navigation functions. Touchscreen technology hasn't been used in a Mercedes for a while, and the traditional scroll-wheel input system has been replaced with a laptop-style touchpad. You'll also be able to use touch-sensitive pads on the steering wheel to change radio stations and zoom maps in and out.
The A-Class will come with two seven-inch screens, but you can upgrade either or both to the whopping 10-inch ones shown in our photos.
The rest of the interior looks far more upmarket than the current model. You'll be able to get lovely unvarnished wooden trim pieces and a range of different-coloured leather seats, some with a massage function.
Mercedes says there's more passenger space in the back of the new A-Class too, with more head, leg and shoulder room. The boot opening of the older car was annoyingly narrow, and that has been resolved in the new A-Class by using different rear lights. Boot space is up 29 litres on the old car and now sits at 370 litres - 10 more than a BMW 1 Series and 10 less than an Audi A3.
Author: Ben Custard
Read the full article here at: https://www.carwow.co.uk/news/mercedes-a-class-price-specs-release-date-3001
* All vehicle images and car descriptions on this site are for illustration and reference purposes only and are not necessarily an accurate representation of the vehicle on offer.
T: 0300 124 0979
Any Car 4U
Business First Centre
23 Goodlass Road
North West | North East | South East | South West | Midlands | London | Manchester | Birmingham | Leeds | Cardiff | Exeter | Llandudno | Glasgow | Edinburgh | Leicester | Sheffield | Darlington | Newcastle-upon-Tyne | Liverpool | Chester | Blackpool | Milton Keynes | Brighton | Southampton | Stoke-on-Trent | Ipswich | Bradford | York | Swansea | England | Wales | Scotland | Nationwide Car Leasing
Any Car 4U is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, we are a credit broker and not a lender. Registered No : 674743.
| Registered in England & Wales with company number : 08098038 | Data Protection No : Z3225806 | VAT No : 155433613 |
Registered Office : Business First Centre, 23 Goodlass Road, Speke, Liverpool, L24 9HJ
Copyright © 2018 Any Car 4U, All rights reserved.