The new A-Class establishes itself as the hatchback segment’s most advanced car, though not everything is as sophisticated as it should be.
I've a confession, although it's not exactly a secret: I'm not really into motorsport. It's a fact that perplexes and even vexes my colleagues. What kind of motoring journo doesn't get up at 3am for the F1? Well, me, for one. (There are others, too, but I won't name and shame.) Still, I've attended my share of races, and while I can't name every helmet on the grid, I wouldn't say I've ever been bored...
With technology plucked from a space ship some 25 years ahead of time, does the all-new Mercedes-Benz A-Class have enough substance to win over buyers? Paul Maric finds out.
If there’s a maker’s promise worth honing in on with the all-new 2018 Mercedes-Benz A-Class, it’s Stuttgart’s assertion that the remade, fourth-generation hatchback has “grown up”.
The Mercedes-Benz A-Class has been refreshed for the 2016 model year. We jump behind the wheel to see how it drives.
The Mercedes-Benz A-Class looks good, has the prestige of a three-pointed star badge, is still relatively practical and is fun to drive.
Mercedes-Benz has sexed-up the A-Class, but is the all-new model A-grade?