Mercedes-Benz CLA-Class News
It's just like the A 35, but sleeker.
It's a wagon. It's yellow. And it's available with a manual transmission. Gulp.
It's a bit more than just a more stylish A-Class
A new video shows off motion-activated dome lights.
No reason to import it when the GLA-Class exists.
Better interior materials and a 400-hp CLA45 model said to be on the way.
Our best look yet at the compact coupe-like sedan.
It looks like a cross between the current CLA and the new CLS.
Though Mercedes kicked off its Beijing Auto Show reveals with the extravagant Mercedes-Maybach Ultimate Luxury crossover sedan, it balanced things out with the reveal of the entry-level Mercedes-Benz A-Class L sedan. As you would expect, it's effectively a sedan version of the recently unveiled A-Class hatchback, meaning that from roughly the A-pillars forward, it's the same car. Behind that point, Mercedes removed the hatch in favor of a trunk, and also added 2.4 inches to the wheelbase, hence
The littlest Mercedes in America gets a major makeover.
We'll get the sedan version as the CLA-class.
To be honest, the sub-$30,000 Mercedes-Benz CLA was more a theoretical than a real thing. Squeaking in at $100 below that magical threshold, not counting a $925 destination charge, snagging a CLA anywhere near $30k meant exercising extreme self-control with the options catalog.
UPDATE: As we feared, the CLA Shooting Brake is not currently slated for US availability. The text below has been adjusted accordingly.
The launch of the A45 AMG marked Mercedes-Benz's first real assault on the premium hot hatch segment. And with 355 horsepower from a 2.0-liter turbo four, it is indeed hot. But the latest word has it that Mercedes-AMG is planning an even hotter version.