Until the landing of the nutty GLA45 AMG in June, this petrol-controlled GLA250 4Matic is the most intense variant of Mercedes-Benz’s lesser hybrid meets-SUV creation you can purchase.
To be completely forthright, the GLA is significantly more hybrid than it is SUV, for in spite of the fact that it’s generously diverse to the A-Class it holds a generally low position out and about, with a limited glasshouse and, to these eyes at any rate, an alluring appearance from generally edges.
The “250” is fueled by the new-gen, four-barrel turbo motor uprooting 2.0-liters, in this appearance pumping out an amazing 208bhp and 258lb ft of torque. A fast correlation with the undeniable adversaries demonstrates that in spite of the fact that Audi’s brawniest 2.0 TFSI Q3 pegs it precisely on force yield, the GLA has a reasonable torque advantage, and effectively lowers BMW’s 182bhp 2.0i X1 on both tallies.
Standard unit is broad and incorporates the typical suspects you would anticipate from the premium maker, similar to journey control, air-con, DAB Radio, front focus armrest, sports seats, aluminum rooftop rails, a turning around camera and security glass. The lodge has a decent nature of materials utilized all through and bunches of commonsense stockpiling alternatives to put your effects on the go. The glove box is a little on the little side yet the boot is enormous at 481 liters with two or three helpful snares.
There is a lot of leg and headroom on offer and in the driver’s seat the controls are anything but difficult to move around and control. It’s truly dim and bleak in the back, in spite of the fact that a sunroof is typically fitted as a major aspect of the Premium Plus Package which ought to amend this. Inside quality, as we have generally expected from Mercedes-Benz, is really great, the chrome touches around the lodge lift the mood and we are huge devotees of the trademark star air vents.
Mercedes-Benz GLA 250 4MATIC AMG Line 2014 Design Interior Exterior