Mercedes continues to renew its range of compact models. B Class CLA and GLA incorporate important new features like the 'Dynamic Select' system and different driving modes. A few weeks ago we met incorporating the new Mercedes A Class both mechanical and aesthetic and technological. The signing of the star now also announces changes for the rest of his compact class: the MPV Class B the CLA sedan and the 'crossover' GLA.
The most interesting novelty is found in the 'Dynamic Select' system that these three families can incorporate models from September and the adaptive damping. This system lets you choose between different driving modes like 'Comfort' 'Sport' 'Eco' and other customized modifying the parameters of the engine transmission chassis and steering. The Mercedes GLA added to these specific optional mode for off-road use.
In the technology section it will be from 2016 when their Mercedes compact car incorporating connectivity systems 'MirrorLink' and 'Apple carplay' intended to fully integrate the smartphone with the vehicle. The GLA meanwhile will in the very near future the option screen equipped with 7 or 8 inches with applications 'Mercedes connect me' included.
Mechanically speaking Mercedes has some new features: B Class now has a new version of access the B160 with 102 hp. The CLA Shooting Brake also adds the new 109 hp 180d 200d while the CLA is available with 4Matic all-wheel drive. 250 petrol versions of the CLA spend from 211 to 218 hp while the GLA 220d now reaches 177 hp. Finally 250 versions of B Class and CLA can choose now with manual transmission.
Mercedes also continues to renew the trade names of some of their models. Diesel variants change the nomenclature CDI with 'd' the B Class power becomes B250e and that of natural gas B200c.
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