Between 2012 and 2015, Mercedes-Benz produced a car that could only be described as a perfect blend of style, performance, and practicality. This car was none other than the Mercedes-Benz A-Class W176 Hatchback 5-Doors, specifically the A 250 7G-Dct model. A compact hatchback, this model boasted 5 seats, making it perfect for the modern-day small family or the urban driver who wanted the luxury of a Mercedes-Benz coupled with city-friendly dimensions. This car was powered by a gasoline engine with direct injection, making it a powerful force on the road.

The A-Class W176 had a turbocharged inline-four cylinder gasoline engine, with 4 valves per cylinder. Providing a robust 211 HP at 5500 RPM, it was capable of propelling the hatchback to impressive speeds. Specifically, the A 250 7G-Dct could accelerate from 0 to 60 mph in 11 seconds, finally reaching a maximum speed of 149 mph. This was commendable for a car, primarily driven by the front wheels, proving that while it might have been small and practical, it certainly wasn’t lacking in the performance department.

The efficiency of the A-Class didn’t stop at its engine, however; it was kitted out with a 7-speed robot transmission, ensuring a smooth and seamless driving experience with each gear change. The result was a fuel tank capacity of 13 gallons, which allowed for long drives without the need for frequent refueling. Furthermore, despite its aggressive performance capabilities, the car still managed a fuel grade of 95. Suspension wise, the rear featured a multi wishbone setup, providing a balance of comfort and handling prowess. Unmistakable in form and unparalleled in function, the Mercedes-Benz A-Class W176 Hatchback 5-Doors A 250 7G-Dct was everything a luxury compact hatchback should be.

By Robert

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