2011 Mercedes-Benz A Class Owner's Manual
(Mercedes-Benz A-Class) – class “C” hatchback. The world premiere of the third generation of the model debuted on the stage of the Geneva Motor Show in March 2012.
Stylish “front end”, downed, muscular side panels, rather aggressive feed… Mercedes-Benz designers did an excellent job with the third generation A-Class. The car is presented in three versions – Urban, Style and AMG Sport. Each of them is unique in its own way, but the client always has a choice. The Germans provided three options for seat upholstery: fabric, combined (fabric and artificial leather) and genuine leather. In addition, sports “ladles” with integrated headrests provide an alternative to conventional seats.
Mercedes-Benz treats the technical part of their creations with equal responsibility, whether it’s a compact hatchback or a luxury sedan. The “Third” A-Class is built on a new front-wheel drive platform. Its front suspension is dominated by McPherson struts, but the rear has become multi-link (in the previous generation there was a twisting beam), and the engineers have provided for the adaptation of the platform to the all-wheel drive transmission, which is very, very important. By the way, in the sports version, the front suspension is not the same as in the “civilian” versions, since AMG specialists were engaged in it. Of course, you will have to pay extra for the privilege of owning such equipment, but there are a lot of unified units in the A-Class that are the same for all trim levels. For example, an electromechanical power steering is present everywhere “by default”, as well as the “Start-Stop” system, and many other equipment.
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