2020 Mercedes Review – The Ultimate Guide About Features Of 2020 Mercedes

2020 Mercedes Review – The Ultimate Guide About Features Of 2020 Mercedes


Mercedes-Benz has a brand-new compact premium sedan in the works, the 2020 A-Class. The A-Class is larger and more refined than its predecessor, and it features a more luxurious interior. The redesigned model comes with standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto smartphone integration. It also gets a new digital instrument cluster and wireless-charging, along with a digital touchscreen and a touchpad in the center console. The company is promising a host of safety options, including PRE-SAFE and blind-spot monitoring.

The A-Class is offered in two trim levels: the SE and the Sport. Both offer LED headlights, a rear-reversing camera, keyless go start and heated front seats. The Sport model comes with 17-inch alloy wheels and LED high performance headlights. The Sport will be available with a 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine making 188 horsepower. The engine has a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission.

In addition to the standard infotainment system, the A-Class will come with a new Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) interface. It will be available with standard voice recognition and steering wheel touch pads, as well as a seven-inch digital instrument cluster and a touchpad in the center console. Various ambient lighting settings are also available for the interior.

The A-Class’ interior is upscale and classy, with a host of premium materials. A wide variety of ambient lighting is available for the interior, including lounge and trip lighting. The center stack is topped off by a trinity of circular air vents for added flair.

The A-Class is a luxury sedan that earns good gas mileage. It’s rated to get 24 mpg in the city and 35 mpg on the highway. It offers up to 8.6 cubic feet of cargo space. There is plenty of room for five people in the back.

The A-Class’ base powertrain feels sluggish. It’s paired with a seven-speed dual-clutch transmission, but it’s not particularly quick. It’s a good choice for drivers who need a little extra oomph, but it’s not a great option for those who’d rather drive a more powerful model.

The A-Class’ rear end doesn’t look as elegant as its front. While it has a spacious trunk, it’s a tad small. However, the front seats are comfortable, and they’re a great choice for traffic. The A-Class offers a wide range of passenger and cargo space, with up to 33.9 inches of legroom in the rear.

There are also several optional packages, such as a Premium package with satellite radio and SiriusXM, a navigation system, and hands-free liftgate. The A-Class is also available in a plug-in hybrid model with an electric motor and a battery that can charge during driving.

The A-Class offers a comfortable ride, but the suspension reacts more abruptly to bumps than the Audi A3. If you want a vehicle that’s easier to control on the road, the A-Class might be better for you. A number of suspension systems are available, including adaptive dampers and run-flat tires. The A-Class also offers a variable system that varies the amount of power it sends to the rear axle depending on the road conditions.