The Mercedes-Benz GLA SUV.
PCP Finance Example
The GLA 180d Progressive Plus
|Deposit / Trade-in||€16,842|
|36 Monthly Payments of||€656.01|
|Total Cost of Credit||€5,715.05|
|Combined Fee's (Acceptance & Completion)||€63.49|
More GLA than ever before.
The all-new GLA goes one better. The new design on the GLA is not only sportier, but also brings a higher and broader appearance. Ready for all roads - In the city or out in the country.
Key characteristics of the GLA include the dominant shoulders of the bodywork and the coupé-like lines of the side windows. This contoured side profile gives the car it’s vigorously stylish style and offers an interesting play of light and shadows.
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It's all about the inner values.
With a contemporary interior design the GLA delivers an instrument panel, available in 3 variant sizes. The round ventilation outlets, five of them in all, feature a high-quality transformer look with precisely designed air guidance vanes. The door centre panel flows seamlessly over into the armrest. The grab and assist handle has a tubular profile and runs horizontally like a railing.
Also included as standard is the intuitively operated MBUX infotainment system (Mercedes-Benz User Experience). MBUX can be individually configured with the aid of a range of options. The powerful computer, brilliant screens and graphics, customisable presentation, full-colour head-up display, navigation with augmented reality, learning software, and voice control activated with the prompt “Hey Mercedes” are the key advantages of the system.
These figures generate anticipation.
The new GLA places its trust in the four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines which were completely modernised for the new edition of the compact model series. In comparison to the previous generation, they are characterised by significantly increased specific outputs and by improved efficiency and emissions.
The gateway to the petrol-model range is the M 282 with a displacement of 1.33 litres in the GLA 200. This engine has cylinder shut-off for efficient operation in the partial-load range.
Combined fuel consumption 5,9–5,6 l/100 km;
CO₂-Combined emissions 135–129 g/km.¹