The A-Class design cues of assertive grille, sweeping bonnet line and smooth flanks translates well to the saloon body style, helped by the fact that the A-Class Saloon is longer than the hatchback. Its boot is 420 litres, which is more than the hatchback A-Class offers with both rear seats up, although the saloon format and separate boot means there’s less capacity for bulky loads.
Next level AMG Line introduces a sporty body kit and 'diamond' front grille, along with dual chrome exhaust finishers integrated into the rear bumper. It also includes 18-inch five-spoke AMG alloy wheels and a three-spoke sports steering wheel. Upgrades include Executive, with 10.25-inch media display, heated front seats and Active Parking Assist. Premium adds ambient lighting, illuminated door sills, the keyless-entry starting function, a rear armrest and a mid-range sound system, while Premium Plus adds front memory seats, multibeam LEDs with Adaptive Highbeam, and a panoramic glass sunroof.
|Vehicle length||4292 mm / 169 in|
|Vehicle width||1780 mm / 70.1 in|
|Vehicle height||(unladen) 1433 mm / 56.4 in|
|Wheelbase||2699 mm / 106.3 in|
|Unladen weight (DIN)||1370 kg / 3020 lb|
|Engine / Cylinders||1.6-litre/4|
|Engine Capacity||1595 cc|
|Max Torque||200 nm @ 1250-4000 rpm|
|Max Power||90 kW @ 5000 rpm|
|Top Speed||126 mph|
|Acceleration||0-62 mph / 9.2 sec|
|Combined cycle||51.4 mpg|
|Urban cycle||37.7 mpg|