Trim Levels on the new 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan


Lancaster is excited about the all-new 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan and all it has to offer. It's one of the most exciting vehicles ever from Mercedes-Benz!

Let’s learn more about the available trim levels for the new A-Class Sedan. Right now, there are two options: the A 220 and the A 220 4MATIC®. While these trim levels are similar, there are some important differences you should know about.

A 220 Up Against A 220 4MATIC®:

Here are the five main differences you’ll find between these two new A-Class models.
  • Drivetrain
  • Fuel Economy
  • Antitheft System
  • Traction System
  • Price
Let’s begin with the drivetrain. The A 220 4MATIC® features the famous 4MATIC® all-wheel drive from Mercedes-Benz. While both vehicles will perform well in all seasons, buyers should consider the 4MATIC® all-wheel drive for Central Pennsylvania road conditions. In addition, the Traction System controls all four wheels on the 4MATIC® model, while it only controls 2 wheels on the A 220.

There are only minor differences in the fuel economy. A 220 4MATIC® drivers enjoy a 25 city/33 highway MPG rating, while A 220 drivers receive an average 24 city/35 highway MPG rating. If an Antitheft System is important to you, you’ll find it standard on the A 220 4MATIC® trim. Antitheft is available as an option on the A 220. 

The starting MSRP of the two A-Class trim levels differs by $2,000. The A 220 4MATIC® trim starts at $34,500, while the A 220 starts at $32,500.

Other than these minor differences, both A-Class trim levels feature identical safety and technology features, including rain-sensing windshield wipers, the famous MBUX® entertainment system, and Active Brake Assist.

Ready for a test drive in the new A-Class? Contact us today, we’re ready to help you step into this amazing new vehicle from Mercedes-Benz. 
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