All-Wheel Drive System
Steering Wheel Touch Controls
Augmented Reality for Navigation
Route-Based Speed Adaptation
64-Color Ambient Interior Lighting
Drivers looking for a fresh take on luxury driving often find themselves comparing the Mercedes-Benz A-Class vs. BMW 1-Series. Whether it’s a driver from Rye focusing on performance, a family from Stamford looking for high-end features, or a shopper from New Canaan with a focus on style, the Mercedes-Benz invariably comes out ahead.
Both the A-Class and BMW 1-Series are front-wheel drive vehicles that command exceptional engine power, but the A-Class has a stronger base engine. The Mercedes-Benz starts with a 188-hp 2.0L turbo inline-4 engine, while the 1-Series Hatch only gets a base-level 140-hp 1.5L inline-4. BMW’s xDrive all-wheel drive will be available with select engines, but the 4MATIC® all-wheel drive system is standard on the A 220 4MATIC®.
The BMW 1-Series and A-Class might seem neck-and-neck at first glance. Both feature a digital instrument cluster, natural voice recognition, and multimedia display, but there are plenty of features you’ll only enjoy with the Mercedes-Benz, including:
Nothing lets you understand the dominance of the new A-Class like taking a test drive from our Greenwich showroom. To find out more about the Mercedes-Benz A-Class vs. BMW 1-Series, or to see how the A-Class compares to the Audi A3 or other models in the Mercedes-Benz lineup, feel free to contact us today.