Mercedes-Benz A160 CDI and B160 CDI get Renault and Dacia engine image

The German based automaker Mercedes-Benz has recently announced the introduction of a new A160 CDI and B160 CDI in Germany, which are powered by a Renault and Dacia sourced engine.

Good news for those of you looking to buy a brand new premium car for as less money as possible because the German based automaker Mercedes-Benz is making all this come true. According to the car manufacturer, new versions of the A-Class and B-Class, named the A160 CDI and the B160 CDI, have just received a Renault-sourced diesel engine, which is also being used by Dacia and Nissan.

The two models are powered by a 1.5 liter dCi diesel engine, which is producing a total output of 90 HP. The same engine can be found in all Dacia models, in some Renault and some Nissan vehicles. While it’s passing the 1.5 liter dCi over to Mercedes-Benz, Renault is evolving and offering a much more powerful 1.6 liter dCi, which has already made its way under the hood of some of its vehicles. The new A160 CDI will set you back for 25,882 euros and the B160 CDI has been priced from 27,310 euros, in Germany.