Mercedes-Benz launches new A Class models

  • Auto
  • Monday, 22 Oct 2018

Cars of distinction: Raine launching the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class models.

KUALA LUMPUR: The new Mercedes-Benz A Class is offered in 1.3-litre (A 200 Progressive Line) and 2.0-litre (A 250 AMG Line) turbocharge engine variants, priced respectively at RM227,888 and RM263,888.

“The new A-Class marks a new episode on a revolutionary journey into the digital era of the automobile.

“This gadget-like car redefines functionalities with an intuitive approach, making it the ultimate must-have item,” said Mark Raine, vice president, sales and marketing, Mercedes-Benz Malaysia at the recent launch of the new car at Malaysia International Trade & Exhibition Centre.

The new A-Class is the first Mercedes-Benz model to feature the new Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) infotainment system. MBUX can be activated by voice control using “Hey Mercedes” and understands almost every sentence programmed in the infotainment functions and vehicle operation.

Safety and assistance systems include the Active Parking Assist which assist the driver when searching for a parking space, and can manoeuvre the car into the selected parking space and back out again.

Also, Mercedes-Benz Financial offers Plan A financing – the all-in-one financing plan that offers financing, insurance and service packages.

The Plan A financing starts from RM1,988 and comes with a variety of packages.

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