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Mercedes-Benz A-Class Pricing and Specs

2022 price from

The Mercedes-Benz A-Class is available from $47,800 to $99,895 for the 2022 range of models in Sedan and Hatchback body types.

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Year Price From Price To
2022 $47,800 $99,895
2021 $34,400 $99,330
2020 $31,700 $97,680
2019 $25,700 $89,870
2018 $22,900 $63,250
2017 $20,300 $60,610
2016 $17,800 $56,320
2015 $15,500 $44,440
2014 $12,800 $37,730
2013 $11,200 $34,100
2010 $6,300 $13,750
2009 $6,100 $13,200
2008 $5,500 $12,210
2007 $3,400 $10,010
2006 $2,800 $8,470
2005 $2,700 $8,250
2004 $3,100 $6,930
2003 $3,100 $7,150
2002 $3,100 $7,150
2001 $2,900 $7,150
2000 $2,900 $7,040
1999 $2,900 $7,040
1998 $2,900 $5,610

Mercedes-Benz A-Class FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Mercedes-Benz A-Class here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • Engine in Mercedes cuts out

    There could be any numbers of reasons for it cutting out, but there are two fundamental things that are needed for an engine to run, fuel and spark. You should check the ignition system, coil, plugs and leads, and also check the fuel supply, pump, filter and injectors.

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  • Mercedes-Benz A200: Why doesn't it have active cruise control?

    A Mercedes-Benz spokesman has told us that it will be available in the new model, but couldn’t say when that would be. If we get more info we’ll post it.

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  • Mercedes-Benz A180 coolant and temperature issue

    Mercedes-Benz Australia spokesman David McCarthy says: "The issue has been, first, a coolant leak from the thermostat therefore displaying the low coolant level light on a slope. After this repair was completed the customer has started to watch his temperature gauge and found the operation different to what he has possibly experienced on other vehicles. The design of the cooling system has located the temperature sensor in an area where the coolant temperature does fluctuate as the thermostat operates. Stop-start operation can also influence this temperature variance because if the engine is not running no heat is generated. This is normal on the A-Class and has been documented from Germany for our dealers."

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