Mercedes Benz A-Class Limousine will come in Petrol, Diesel and AMG variants.

Indian Automotive Industry began 2020 in a rousing style with a series of vehicle launches that took place from time to time. Delhi Auto Expo this year played host to the unveiling of  Mercedes Benz A-Class Limousine. Now, the official website of Mercedes Benz India has released an e-brochure with detailed variant information about the A-Class Limousine. Coronavirus outbreak had delayed the launch of many vehicles in the Indian market and A-Class limousine wasn’t immune to the current environment. The company has chosen its online platform to release the information about its latest offering.


Mercedes Benz India is offering A-Class Limousine in 3 models - A-Class Limousine Petrol, A-Class Limousine Diesel and Mercedes-AMG A-Class. A-Class petrol and diesel will come in the Progressive Line variant in the Indian market. Progressive Line will come laden with LED headlamps, Reversing camera, Panoramic sunroof and a dual-colour rear bumper with chrome inserts. The interior of Mercedes Benz A-Class Limousine comes equipped with tech features like smartphone integration, all-digital instrument display, media display with touchscreen, MBUX with NTG 6 and Dynamic Select. 


The vehicle is designed to give utmost comfort to its occupants with Mercedes Benz leaving no stone unturned in regards to that. Electrically adjustable seats, THERMOTRONIC 2-zone automatic climate control, wireless charging point, touchpad without controller, the leather multifunction sports steering wheel are some of the features that makes A-Class Limousine a must car to have. 2020 Mercedes Benz A-Class Limousine will be offered in 5 different colours namely - Cosmos Black. Denim Blue, Mojave Silver, Mountain White and Pearl Grey. As per the website, there will also be an AMG variant in the line-up. Mercedes Benz A-Class Limousine will compete against the likes of Skoda Superb and Toyota Camry. Audi A3 is expected to be the rival when it’s get launched in India but Audi A3 won’t have a diesel engine option. 


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