Mercedes-Benz GLA 200 2018 Full Car Overview

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Mercedes-Benz GLA 200 2018

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2018 Mercedes-Benz GLA Class GLA 200 SUV Interior and Exterior Overview

The 2018 Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class blends hatchback with crossover, with better than mixed results. The Mercedes-Benz GLA is the foot in the door for many luxury buyers. Its low price and three-pointed star will tempt many shoppers into the showroom, and it's Mercedes' first real small car in a generation. The GLA arrived in the 2015 model year, and for 2018 gets a light revamp. All models—the front-drive GLA250, the all-wheel-drive Mercedes GLA250 4Matic, and the run-and-gun Mercedes-AMG GLA45 4Matic—wear new front ends, and top off their cabins with new convenience and safety features. Its taut hatchback profile all but unchanged, the GLA gets a new front-end treatment with optional LED headlights and standard LED taillights. Small aero tweaks in front, in back, and underneath give it a smoother shape. The hot GLA45 wears new air intakes and a new front air dam, and standard LED headlights. Almost nothing changes in the cockpit. Power carries over, too. Base cars have a 208-hp 2.0-liter turbo-4 and a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic. The GLA45 AMG blasts out 375 hp from a retuned version of the same engine, to hugely entertaining effect. The GLA handles well, but it has a very firm ride that gets more brittle with the bigger optional tires. AWD models can tackle slick roads and even some gravel trails, and have an off-road transmission mode. Inside, the GLA’s bolstered front seats give great support, but the rear seats are skimpy on leg room. Head room is better, compared to the cramped CLA sedan. The rear seat folds down to create a big cargo hold. All GLAs have forward-collision warnings with automatic emergency braking. A surround-view camera is new to the options list. Frustratingly, neither the IIHS nor federal testers have crashed a GLA, despite being on sale for a few years. Also standard are power features, including a power tailgate; power front seats; a rearview camera; and 18-inch wheels. Options include an infotainment system and a panoramic sunroof. Prices start from $34,325 for a GLA 250; AWD GLA 250s start from $36,325, while the GLA45 carries a base price of $51,525. With the GLA, Mercedes' smallest utility vehicle has more hatchback panache than brute cues. The 2018 Mercedes GLA sits higher and sports a taller hatchback body than the related CLA sedan. It’s closer in proportion—but not in details—to the Infiniti QX30. It’s businesslike and a bit stubby in a way that works. The roof is short and it’s compact in size, but the GLA stuffs in exaggerated details where it can. They anchor its steeply angled roof pillars and its deeply sculpted body. Big 18-inch wheels push it off the ground, and a big three-pointed star takes up the middle third of its grille. This year, the GLA wears more pronounced front and rear bumpers, and LED taillights light up all models. LED headlights factor into AMG models; they’re an option on the GLA250. Other small tweaks smooth out airflow around the windows, mirrors, and hatch. The GLA45 adopts some of the same touches. It also adds more metallic front-end trim, and sits 3 inches lower than other versions despite its tall 19-inch wheels. The GLA’s cockpit carries over almost unchanged. The dash wears big circular vents and soft-touch plastics. The aero-inspired design still looks handsome, but some dash and door trim panels feel hard to the touch. The GLA’s dash-mounted display sits atop the dash, hotel-television style. Leather costs extra, as do finer trim pieces in carbon-fiber, wood, and aluminum.

The 2018 Mercedes-Benz GLA-Class blends hatchback with crossover, with better than mixed results.
The Mercedes-Benz GLA is the foot in the door for many luxury buyers. Its low price and three-pointed star will tempt many shoppers into the showroom, and it's Mercedes' first real small car in a generation.

The GLA arrived in the 2015 model year, and for 2018 gets a light revamp. All models—the front-drive GLA250, the all-wheel-drive Mercedes GLA250 4Matic, and the run-and-gun Mercedes-AMG GLA45 4Matic—wear new front ends, and top off their cabins with new convenience and safety features.
Its taut hatchback profile all but unchanged, the GLA gets a new front-end treatment with optional LED headlights and standard LED taillights. Small aero tweaks in front, in back, and underneath give it a smoother shape. The hot GLA45 wears new air intakes and a new front air dam, and standard LED headlights. Almost nothing changes in the cockpit.

Power carries over, too. Base cars have a 208-hp 2.0-liter turbo-4 and a 7-speed dual-clutch automatic. The GLA45 AMG blasts out 375 hp from a retuned version of the same engine, to hugely entertaining effect. The GLA handles well, but it has a very firm ride that gets more brittle with the bigger optional tires. AWD models can tackle slick roads and even some gravel trails, and have an off-road transmission mode.

Inside, the GLA’s bolstered front seats give great support, but the rear seats are skimpy on leg room. Head room is better, compared to the cramped CLA sedan. The rear seat folds down to create a big cargo hold.
All GLAs have forward-collision warnings with automatic emergency braking. A surround-view camera is new to the options list. Frustratingly, neither the IIHS nor federal testers have crashed a GLA, despite being on sale for a few years.

Also standard are power features, including a power tailgate; power front seats; a rearview camera; and 18-inch wheels. Options include an infotainment system and a panoramic sunroof. Prices start from $34,325 for a GLA 250; AWD GLA 250s start from $36,325, while the GLA45 carries a base price of $51,525.

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