Brand New 2020 Mercedes-Benz A Class AMG Line Premium uk deals

Compare brand new 2020 Mercedes-Benz A Class AMG Line Premium prices and PCP deals with an average saving of £4215 from our dealers. Our 2020 Mercedes-Benz A Class AMG Line Premium deals are quoted fully inclusive (On The Road) and include all fees, avoiding any nasty surprises. Mercedes-Benz manufactures 18 model variants.

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7G-DCT Diesel 1.5d 116 SS 5 1.5 116 103 £31500 Save £6287
7G-DCT Petrol 1.3 136 SS 5 1.3 136 125 £30150 Save £5224
Manual Petrol 1.3 136 SS 5 1.3 136 126 £28550 Save £5019
Manual Diesel 1.5d 116 SS 5 1.5 116 110 £29900 Save £6082
7G-DCT Diesel 1.5d 116 SS 4 1.5 116 103 £32095 Save £1794
7G-DCT Petrol 1.3 136 SS 4 1.3 136 124 £30745 Save £1716
Manual Petrol 1.3 163 SS 4 1.3 163 124 £30695 Save £1713
7G-DCT Petrol 1.3 163 SS 4 1.3 163 123 £32295 Save £1806
7G-DCT Petrol 2.0 190 SS 4 2.0 190 137 £32935 Save £1840
7G-DCT Petrol 2.0 190 SS 4 2.0 190 148 £34535 Save £1933
7G-DCT Petrol 2.0 224 SS 4 2.0 224 137 £33835 Save £1892
7G-DCT Petrol 1.3 163 SS 5 1.3 163 124 £31700 Save £5422
Manual Petrol 1.3 163 SS 5 1.3 163 126 £30100 Save £5218
8G-DCT Diesel 2.0d 150 SS 5 2.0 150 110 £32800 Save £6453
7G-DCT Petrol 2.0 190 SS 5 2.0 190 139 £32340 Save £5499
8G-DCT Diesel 2.0d 190 SS 5 2.0 190 114 £34390 Save £6651
7G-DCT Petrol 2.0 190 SS 5 2.0 190 148 £33940 Save £5704
7G-DCT Petrol 2.0 224 SS 5 2.0 224 139 £33240 Save £5614
Full length Mercedes A-Class video review with market value analysis

As before, prices for mainstream models sit in the £20,000 to £30,000 bracket. The A220d and A250 variants can both be had with all-wheel drive for around £1,500 extra.

If you want the pinnacle of the range - the Mercedes-AMG A45 4MATIC - you'll need almost £40,000. Whichever A-Class variant you choose - 1.6 or 2.0-litre Petrol or the 1.8-litre Diesel - all models come the basic equipment features you'd expect.

At the 'SE'-trim level most customers want, that means 16" alloy wheels, a decent quality CD stereo, Bluetooth 'phone compatibility, a USB port, air conditioning, a multi-function steering wheel and a 5.8" infotainment touchscreen.

'Sport' trim adds a larger 8" touchscreen, 17" wheels, cruise control, rain sensing wipers and sports seats. 'Sport Edition'-spec models gain sat-nav, KEYLESS-GO push-button starting and luxury seats.

While the 'AMG Sport' trim is all about looks, with 18" wheels, lowered suspension and carbon trim. Extroverts might also like the 'AMG Night Edition' trim, which tints the windows and features different 18" wheels.

Safety kit available includes 'DISTRONIC PLUS distance control' radar cruise control, a 'COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST PLUS' system that'll stop you from rear-ending the car in front, 'ATTENTION ASSIST' to alert you against drowsiness and the usual suite of airbags and electronic aids..

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