Mercedes physically revealed the Mercedes-AMG A35 yesterday in Paris after debuting it online a few weeks back. I had a chance to sit in the little hot hatch today, and now I deeply need to drive this little oddball of a car.
We found it pretty hard not to like the new 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class, a sleek sedan and hatchback combo that seemed to really up its game over the current family of Mercedes compacts. But everyone had one question: where’s the AMG version? Apparently, this is it.
One of the cars I am most eagerly anticipating is the 2019 Mercedes-AMG A 35. It’ll be the mid-range A-Class AMG to slot below the A 45. It will probably have about 300 horsepower. And just look at it go on the Nürburgring!
What do you call a bite-sized Maybach? The all-new 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class L Sedan, that’s what. It just debuted at the Beijing Auto Show. It is marvelous. It is excellent.
If this were news about another inevitable Mercedes-AMG SUV, I’d roll my eyes. But it’s not: This concerns a potential AMG version of the new, 2019 Mercedes A- Class sedan, and I am absolutely stoked for it.
The Mercedes-Benz A-Class is the littlest Benz hatchback, and while in the past it’s had a three-pointed star, it’s never been all that... well, great. Evidently Mercedes is trying harder this time, as the new one that dropped today sure looks a hell of a lot more sophisticated.
The new 2018 Mercedes A-Class, which is finally coming to America, is getting nice-ified with things like an upgraded suspension, according to Autocar. More importantly, it will also be available in two performance models, the AMG A35 and the AMGA 45. And while it’s not totally clear if those models are are also…
I think it’s fair to say that aside from a few hits like the 190E, Mercedes-Benz’s entry level car offerings tend to not be as inspiring as the bigger sedans, coupes and roadsters. The best thing about the AMG CLA45 is the motor, and as for the non-AMG CLA... I’d advise you to pass on that one. But Mercedes has a new …
For decades we’ve been told that Americans just won’t pay for premium luxury in compact sedans like the Europeans frequently do. In recent years we’ve seen BMW’s 2 Series and Audi’s A3 sell in decent enough numbers to buck that tradition, but nothing smaller (or less expensive) than the CLA-Class has been available…
As Americans, we’re obsessed with the forbidden fruit of cars we don’t get here, like the Audi A1 and the BMW 1 Series. But now there’s word that Mercedes-Benz could be bringing the spunky little A-Class stateside.
With the introduction of all-new ECO models, the A 180 CDI ECO SE and B 180 CDI ECO SE, Mercedes-Benz UK now offers even better economy, with CO2 emissions from just 92 g/km.
The Germans over at Der Spiegel have found the upcoming A-class sedan in Iceland. If there's going to be one small Mercedes to sell well in the US, it will be this one.
Some cars, no matter how appealing, will always remain forbidden fruit to those of us on the Western side of the Atlantic.
The Mercedes-Benz presence at the Geneva Motor Show will be spearheaded by the new A-Class. The Golf-sized hatch may be an unlikely standard-bearer for the three-pointed star, but it is a crucial part of a new Mercedes marketing direction.
The Mazda3 did such wonders for the hot hatchback market that there's now a luxury version in the works. No, wait, sorry, this is just a patent image from AutoScoops for the 2012 Mercedes-Benz A-Class. Obviously, right?
Mercedes had everything they needed today for the debut of the Concept A-Class in Shanghai: Dr. Z, a crappy American rapper, a Chinese movie star, and a working car. Oh, wait, they were missing that last thing.