The 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class both continues old designs and traditions and brings new features to the board. For Mercedes-Benz fans, you’ll recognize the similarly shaped headlights of the A-Class with those of the C-Class. The grille also shares similarities with the radiator design from the previous A-Class, CLA-Class, and the GLA-Class. For the new, drivers will enjoy the MBUX multimedia system with its two 7.0 inch screens (you can opt for the 1.025 screens if you want). The center display is also a touchscreen, and the MBUX supports car-to-X communication so that you can receive updates and information as you go.
The front-drive A 220 and the all-wheel-drive A 220 4Matic will be the initial offering in late 2018. The car will come with the 2.0 liter turbo-four and the seven-speed twin-clutch automatic transmission (the same found in the CLA 250 and the GLA 250). While this first set of cars comes in at a reduced 188 horsepower with 221 lb-ft of torque, when the high performance AMG models come out in a about a year, you’ll find all the power you could want. The A-Class measures 179.1 inches long, 70.7 inches wide, and 56.9 inches tall, with a 107.4 inch wheelbase.
The A-Class will come with plenty of other features, including a long list of safety navigation features as well as suspension options and technology additions.