Mercedes-Benz has released images and high-level specification details of its new A-Class sedan ahead of the car's public debut at the Paris motor show in October, and its Australian arrival in the second half of 2019.
In terms of drivetrain and spec, the new-generation sedan is nearly identical to the A-Class hatchback revealed earlier in the year and headlining new standard technologies including the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) multimedia system.
Inside, the A-Class sedan comes with the Mercedes-Benz User Experience (MBUX) multimedia system.
What does distinguish it however, is its longer and slightly taller dimensions.
Measuring 1549mm long and 1446mm tall, the sedan is stretched 130mm and 6mm respectively over its hatch sibling.
Mercedes claims the sedan, in A200 guise, will sip just 5.2 litres per 100km while emitting 124g/km of carbon-dioxide.
While local pricing for the sedan is yet to be confirmed, its A200 hatchback sibling will start at $47,200 (plus on-road costs) when it hits showrooms in August, with higher and lower spec variants set to follow.
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