2019 Mercedes-Benz A220 4Matic is Powerful Sedan in Small Size


A220 4Matic has a twin 7-inch touch screen for driver’s instrumentation and infotainment system.

The German carmaker Mercedes-Benz has introduced a compact sedan car with powerful features and crisp design that proves sedans don’t need to be too starchy. Unlike other Mercedes-Benz cars, 2019 Mercedes A220 4Matic is an entry-level car that can cruise through city corners effortlessly. In fact is has a decent starting price so you don’t have to pay an outlandish amount to buy a proper sedan. It’s a four-door sedan with punchy design, lower fascia, squinting headlamps, and stylish grille. The company has added US$ 2600 AMG line package that will add different bodywork, lowered suspension, chrome-finish diamond-block grille, and perforated front brake discs.

On the mechanical side, Mercedes-Benz has provided a 2.0-liter turbocharged engine that produces an output of 188 horsepower and torque of 221 lb.-ft. Although 2.0-liter may sound underwhelming, A220 4Matic can hit 0-60 mph in a mere 7.1 seconds. It has seven-speed dual clutch transmission, which offers a smooth and effortless drive to the occupants. Although it does not have air-suspension, with all-wheel drive and Comfort Mode, the car never feels out of control. The inside of the car is equipped with a sophisticated interior and thoughtfully introduced the infotainment system.

It has a twin 7-inch screen, one for driver’s instrumentation, one for the infotainment. There is blind spot warning, keyless start, and auto-dimming for both side mirrors and rearview mirror. The company has its own smart voice assistant which you can use with ‘Hey Mercedes’, just like Alexa. Moreover, there are plenty of add-one available if one is willing to pay more. The starting price for 2019 Mercedes A220 4Matic is around US$ 32,500 and it will compete with BMWs and Audis of similar category. Overall, A220 4Matic is a decent drive with a comfortable price range.


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