2014 Mercedes-Benz CLA250: The Brand’s New Entry Level Sedan

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  • Highlights: A compact crossover based-off the same platform as the front-wheel-drive CLA will be arriving at dealerships soon. The vehicle will be known as the GLA.

    Test vehicle’s MSRP: $38,695 (Base Model starts at $30,825)

    Seating Capacity:  5

    Standard Safety Features: 10 airbags; ABS; brake hold feature; rain sensing wipers; electronic parking brake; daytime running lights; a Tire Pressure Monitoring System; an electronic stability program; and an electronic traction control system

    Standard Equipment: 17-inch wheels; paddle shifters; 14-way power front seats with memory;  cloth seats; a 4.5-inch audio/infotainment screen; spilt folding rear seats; electromechanical power steering; and a fuel saving stop/start feature

    Suspension System: a sport-tuned 4-wheel independent suspension system

    Standard Audio: AM/FM/CD/HD Radio

    Bumper-to-Bumper Warranty: 4 years or 50,000 miles

    Powertrain Warranty: 4 years or 50,000 miles

    Bluetooth Compatibility: Yes

    Standard Engine/Horsepower: 2.0-liter, 4-cylinder/208-horsepower

    Recommended Fuel: Regular

    Standard Fuel Mileage: 26-city/38-hwy

    Other Trim Levels:

    CLA250 4Matic (all-wheel-drive)

    What’s New: Although the C-Class was designed to capture younger buyers, bringing them into the luxury fold, the CLA’s mission is to do just that now that the C-Class moves upscale in both price and features.

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