Mercedes-Benz Canada has officially launched their 2019 A-Class Hatch.
The A-Class Hatch comes with a 2.0L Turbo I4 engine and 7G-DCT Dual Clutch Automatic Transmission. The A 250 Hatch comes standard with a panoramic sunroof, LED High-Performance Headlamps, Mercedes me connect, Keyless Start, Rear View Camera and Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX).
The MBUX infotainment system comes standard with a 7-inch Digital Instrument Cluster and a 7-inch Media Touchscreen Display. The A-Class can be optioned with the Premium Package which comes with:
- Blind Spot Assist
- Auto Dimming Mirrors
- Rear Cross Traffic Alert
- MBUX Extended Functions
- 10.25” Instrument Cluster Display
- Exterior Power Folding Mirrors
- 10.25” Central Media Display
- Foot Activated Trunk Release
- Ambient Lighting
- Wireless Charging
- Smartphone Integration
- Apple CarPlay
- Android Auto
The optional Navigation Package comes with Mercedes Navigation, Traffic Sign Assist, Navigation Services and Augmented Reality, which assists you when navigating.
Here’s Mercedes’ official description of the Augmented Reality feature on the A-Class:
MBUX connects augmented reality for navigation with the real world. The technology incorporates graphical navigation instructions and traffic information into live images. A camera in the windshield films the area in front of the vehicle. This recording runs in the media display. Highlighted, superimposed information such as house numbers and street names facilitate orientation to the destination.
Some other options include Heated Nappa Leather Steering Wheel, Integrated Garage Door Opener, Active Parking Assist, 360 camera, Electric Passenger Seat with Memory, Burmester Surround Sound System (12 speakers, 590 watts), SiriusXM Satellite Radio and 18″ 5-Twin Spoke Bicolour Wheels (01R).
The 2019 A 250 Hatch starts at $35,990 CAD while the A 250 4MATIC Hatch starts at $37,990 CAD. You can visit your local Mercedes-Benz dealer to order for the 2019 A-Class Hatch.
The 2019 A-Class will also be available in a sedan but that won’t be available in Canada until 2019.
Source: Mercedes-Benz Canada