2013 Mercedes A-Class hits showrooms with extensive accessories
The new 2013 Mercedes-Benz A-Class luxury compact made its production debut at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show and was a big hit with consumers. The first A-Class models have just arrived in showrooms in Europe and they come with a whole host of options and accessories for buyers to choose from. The A-Class was already a hit in Europe before the first model even arrived in dealers showrooms. Since the start of sales in mid-June, more than 40.000 customers had already ordered the attractive A-Class before the first car was produced.
And while we won’t see the new luxury compact here until sometime in 2014, the German automaker's goal here in the U.S. is to hook a new, younger set of Mercedes-Benz loyalists with the all-new A-Class. Mercedes is giving buyers a whole range of accessories for the new luxury compact and that will make it even more attractive to young consumers.
A-Class range: extensive features and options
The base A-Class comes well appointed with features like air conditioning, Audio 5 USB, power windows, Headlamp Assist and 12-button multifunction steering wheel. But Mercedes has included optional features that are often found in more expensive models. Those include the Intelligent Light System, electrically adjustable front seats with memory function or dashboard finished in Artico man-made leather.