The A-Class was first introduced to the world fifteen years ago, and back then, it was infamous for tipping over during sudden lane changes and such. Not to worry though, Mercedes-Benz rectified that situation by modifying the suspension and adding electronic stability control to the car. Now there is an all-new A-Class and it is dramatically different compared to its predecessor - the existing "one-box" design (it's like an MPV, really) has given away to a "two-box" design. With a distinct hood and passenger compartment, it now looks more like a traditional hatchback.
The new A comes with the latest in safety technology and despite being the smallest car in Mercedes' line-up, doesn't compromise on quality or features. We can expect the A-Class to be introduced in India sometime in 2013 and we can also expect a hefty price-tag too, making it a niche product in the country.
Text: Business Standard
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