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The globe's pre-eminent luxury car brand traces its origins back to the 19th century and Karl Benz’s creation of the first internal combustion engine in a car and Gottlieb Daimler’s 'horseless carriage’. Read More
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The original Mercedes-Benz A-Class was practical yet gawky, something that didn't really fit with the brand’s elegant image.
The third generation fixed that with its smooth styling, but it also meant the Mercedes-Benz A200 and its ilk sacrificed the interior space that had marked out the first two generations.
Lined up against the likes of the Audi A3 and BMW 1-Series, the Mercedes-Benz A200 was competitive enough in terms of the equipment and driving and certainly lacked nothing for prestige.
Mind you, apart from the power of the badge and some cutting edge tech, the Mercedes-Benz A200 was little more impressive than an affordable small hatchback such as the Mazda3 or Toyota Corolla.