The Mercedes-Benz A-Class hatchback, particularly from the W169 generation post-redesign between the years 2008 to 2012, stands out as an impressive model that demonstrates the brand’s enduring pursuit of quality, innovation, and impeccable style. This diesel-fuel trim A 160 Cdi Autotronic is part of the Hatchback 3-Doors series, showcasing a compact yet luxurious spirit embodied in a hatchback body type. Created at the pinnacle of Mercedes-Benz craftsmanship, this model ensures comfortable seating for five, making it a perfect blend of functionality and elegance.
This particular model features a robust set of specifications that can meet diverse driving preferences. At the heart of it, runs a diesel engine with an in-line cylinder layout. It is a versatile machine that employs Common Rail injection type and houses four cylinders, each furnished with 4 valves. With a bore size of 3.237 inches and a stroke cycle of 3.588 mm, the engine manages an impressive turnover of maximum torque at 2600 rpm. The engine produces a power output of 82 hp at 4200 rpm. Moreover, the car is equipped with a turbo boost type that enhances the car’s overall power and performance.
One of the distinguishing features of this Mercedes model is its front-wheel drive technology providing predominant power to the front wheels. The power is transmitted efficiently through the Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT), ensuring smooth transitions in gears. It boasts an acceleration from 0 to 60 m/h in 25 seconds and is able to reach a top speed of 103 mph. The fuel tank of the car is built with a capacity of 14 gallons, suggesting less frequent fuel stops even during long trips. Another captivating feature of this trim is its multi-wishbone back suspension, imparting enhanced vehicle stability and improved comfort for the passengers. With all this and more, the Mercedes-Benz A-Class of 2008-2012 showcases an exceptional amalgamation of performance, class, and cutting-edge technology.