Mercedes A-Class buyers in the UK can now order their cars in the stylish Exclusive Edition spec, with first deliveries scheduled to commence next month.
Prices start from £31,305 ($40,716) for the A 200 with the six-speed manual, and £34,005 ($44,228) for the A 200d with the 7G-DCT automatic. Meanwhile, the A 250 and A 220 d Exclusive Edition Plus variants are more expensive, at £37,320 ($48,540) and £38,095 ($49,550), respectively. The former comes with the 7G-DCT gearbox, while the latter gets the 8G-DCT automatic.
Exclusive Edition Plus interior shown
The Exclusive Edition is based on the AMG Line Executive trim level, which already boasts the latest MBUX infotainment system with a 10.25-inch media display. New additions include the Night Package as standard, adding privacy glass, ‘edition’ badging and floor mats, a black radiator grille, new black upholstery in ARTICO leather, plus light grey contrast stitching.
Also new are the titanium grey 19-inch AMG multi-spoke wheels, panoramic sunroof and 64-color ambient lighting.
As for the Executive Edition Plus variant, it is based on the Premium Plus trim and adds designo mountain grey magno paint, 10.25-inch instrument display, illuminated door sills, Keyless-Go, rear armrest, Multibeam LED headlights with Adaptive Highbeam Assist, Augmented Navigation, Advanced Sound System, front memory seats and black 19-inch AMG cross-spoke alloy wheels.
If you like these new editions but live in the United States, you can still get an A-Class Sedan from $33,650 and add the AMG Line with Night Package combo for $3,000, black 19-inch AMG multi-spoke wheels for $800, illuminated door sills for $500, Keyless-Go for $550 and the Premium Package (dual 10.25-inch displays) for $1,750.