2014 Mercedes-Benz A-Class Hatchback Review

With distinct petrol car option of 121bhp and 154bhp 1.6s and as well the 208bhp 2.0litre gives you extensive choice to select from. If you prefer getting the diesel car, you could select the 107bhp engine with 1.5 designed with manual gearbox. For a strong and flexible drive out, you can even choose the 134bhp 1.8 diesel car.
The A-Grade bumps and the shimmies move little rough on the road. The AMG models are engineered to ensure enhanced improvements as it cures the shimmy and also remains very firm. This is indeed a negligible one because it resists roll better. In contrast, the AMG and SE cars tend to fumble while turning in the corner.
You could experience the wind noise at the sides when riding it at the motorway speed. Moreover the road noise is also frustrating. The diesel engines are a way down when compared to the petrol one. The A220 is quite gruff while you stimulate and speed up, where as the A200 is quite coarse and performs well at high speed as well. It exhibits a little vibration at the cabin.
The starting price of the basic model is quite sensible however the high-end petrol and diesel car is quite expensive. It gives an attractive and captivating impression at the first look and the best thing is that it remains economical in fuel consumption. However the models which are tested are still a way below the standard when compared to its rivals.
It is very neatly styled and desired with the best air ventilation around. The dashboard in this car is quite akin to the B-Grade cars. The circular ventilation all around is just splendid like the SLS supercar. The climate controls give a lightweight feel and they are mostly designed out of plastics. The cabin is doesn’t give a wow and wonderful look, however it doesn’t remains cheap in its look.
Each of these models come with 7 airbags while a radar controller is also present within. The collision prevention is indeed the perfect addition along with the monitor driver. The blindspot assist, speed limit assistance, adaptive headlights, lane keeping assistance are the best additions along with. This car has scored 5 star rating in the NCAP Euro crash test.
The boot remains little short however it is not really depth. It has enough space in the front and back. There is additional storage space beneath and the seats remain little flat as well.
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