Mercedes-Benz’s newest crossover, the GLA, has been recently launched in Australia, where the model in question will set you back for at least 47,900 AUD, for the base entry-level version.
One of the newest creations signed by Mercedes-Benz, the GLA, is now available for order in Australia. The model in question is coming in the GLA 200 CDI from 47,500 AUD, which is the entry-level version, being more expensive BMW X1 sDrive18d (46,300 AUD), cheaper than the Land Rover Evoque eD4 Pure (49,995 AUD, and the costing the same as the Audi Q3 2.0 TDI (47,500 AUD).
Over the following months, the Mercedes-Benz GLA crossover will be joined by a petrol burner with all-wheel drive, the GLA 250, which will cost 57,900 AUD once it will become available, this July. The top of the line GLA 45 AMG will set you back for 79,900 AUD, once it will be launched, in October. Power to the current GLA 200 is taken from a 2.1 liter diesel engine, which is rated at 100 kW, between 3,400 rpm and 4,000 rpm, and 300 Nm of torque, between 1,400 rpm and 3,000 rpm. The 0 to 100 km/h acceleration is made in 9.9 seconds and the average fuel consumption stands at 4.6 liter every 100 km.