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A180 Style (A)

Facelifted on Jan-2016

$122,888 (Nov 2018) spacer
18.5km/L 122 bhp 7G-DCT (A)
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A180 Urban (A)

Facelifted on Mar-2016

$130,888 (Nov 2018) spacer
18.5km/L 122 bhp 7G-DCT (A)
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A200 Style (A)
$133,888 (Nov 2018) spacer
18.5km/L 154 bhp 7G-DCT (A)
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A180 Style (A)
$135,888 (Jan 2016) spacer
17.5km/L 121 bhp 7G-DCT (A)
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A180 Urban (A)
$150,888 (Dec 2015) spacer
17.5km/L 121 bhp 7G-DCT (A)
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A200 Urban (A)
$160,888 (Dec 2015) spacer
17.2km/L 154 bhp 7G-DCT (A)
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A250 Sport (A)
$170,888 (Nov 2018) spacer
16.1km/L 208 bhp 7G-DCT (A)
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A45 AMG (A)
$271,888 (Jan 2016) spacer
14.1km/L 355 bhp 7-speed (A) AMG Speedshift DCT
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A45 AMG 4MATIC (A)

Facelifted on Jan-2016

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$281,888 (Nov 2018) spacer
13.7km/L 381 bhp 7-speed (A) AMG SPEEDSHIFT DCT
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Mercedes-Benz A-Class
4 stars - based on 6 reviews
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CONSUMER REVIEWS
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The fastest car I've owned!
I have been driving A250 about 2 years in Malaysia. And it is a true beast when you step on the pedal. Turbo lag is there, but once it's settle down, it can easily go thru 180km/hr without even know you are there! When you got this kind of car, you better try it up hill and North-south Highway in Msia. Going up Genting highland is a breeze! So far no one can really overtake you. (maybe no luck for me) For highway drive, you can easily maintained 140-160km/hr with just about 2.5k-3k rpm. Mind you, suspension is damn hard and you will not want to drive on bumpy road, especially at the back seat. Though the new face-lift improved this a lot. I do also test the best FC for this kind of car. When most of the time I keep 2000rpm, I could acheive 13km/L. But of course, no point of owning this car for that!
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The nimble A class with more features.
Review Went to catch a glimpse of this small fellow in the Mercedes range. Exterior looks sporty and fierce and at the side looks gentle and nimble to drive. It’S likely to compete against the Mini and Clio ranges. Inside you will get a good feel of the interior styling and design of a Mercedes. Drawback is it comes with fabric seats instead of leather but it comes with some gadgets that are usually needed to pay extra for previously. There is also a need to lock the car by pressing key fob than the other models of touch or walk away lock as it does have as an option. It also doesn’T come with LED headlights as standard from factory too. The drive is a breeze and take off from still movement you will feel the push of the engine the moment you tap on the throttle though it’S got no turbo in it. Gear engagement is light feel or no feel and no lag in gear changes too. The nimbleness of this A class can compare to the mini in handling and pick up. Cornering of this fellow is not a problem just like to a mini. Only minimal body roll feel which is great. But it will be good if the suspension can be a little higher for humps which I do see Mercedes offers as an option for a small top up. Bottom line, It’S up to the decision maker on which one to get based on preference like the simplicity of the A class or you are a fashion fanatic that will go for the mini.
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Value for money but need adjustment
I took the A180 last month and I am still quite fascinated by my new ride. Overall, its good buy with all the features and performance considering that i last drove a C200 2007 model. The main setback being the road and tyre noise level originally provided by C&C; The lack of rear aircon blower and the rear view when driving. Overall, i am still enjoying my daily cruising. The pick up is quite solid for a basic model and the cruising is enjoyable. I must also praise the exterior and styling of the car. If you don'y mind the space limitation, have a limited budget or you don't want to spend too much, I would recommend the A180
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Snug and Speedy
I drove this as a courtesy car when my B class was having the windscreen replaced when it was hit by a falling tree branch. My parents asked me why I didn't buy this car instead, especially when it was cheaper, although not by much. It is the same engine with the same transmission but the feel is totally different. The gear change is smoother and the power is uninterrupted. I can't believe 122hp feels like this. It hugs the road but still retains suppleness in the suspension and an overall elegance and grace. It's a small car that carries a mature flair due to its very solid built. There is also a certain cuteness to it. My next next car, highly probably. It commands a premium of other small cars but costs less than many Japanese and Korean midsize. I'd rather have this.
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