The Mercedes-Benz A-Class Limousine is finally on sale in India and will sold in three iterations- the A 200 petrol, the A 200d diesel and the range-topping Mercedes-AMG A35 which is the performance oriented version of the entry-level luxury sedan. Now the Mercedes-Benz A-Class Limousine actually replaces the CLA in the German carmaker's India line-up and is more practical and comfortable. That said, in India it currently lock horns with just one model- the BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe as its other counterparts such as Audi is yet to bring in its entry-level luxury model- the new-generation Audi A3. Here's how the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class Limousine fares against the BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe in terms of pricing.
|Variants||Mercedes-Benz A-Class Limo||BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe|
|Petrol||₹ 39.90 lakh||₹ 37.90 lakh - ₹ 40.90 lakh|
|Diesel||₹ 40.90 lakh||₹ 40.40 lakh - ₹ 42.30 lakh|
|Performance||₹ 56.24 lakh||N.A.|
Mercedes-Benz India launched the A-Class Limousine in just one variant for the petrol, diesel and the AMG and it is packed to the gills with features. It is however, ₹ 2 lakh more expensive than the base variant of the 2 GC, but ₹ 1 lakh more affordable on the top trim for the petrol variant.
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The Mercedes-Benz A-Class Limousine A 200d diesel is ₹ 50,000 more expensive than the base trim of the BMW 2 Series Gran Coupe 220d diesel, but the top-end trim of the latter is more expensive by ₹ 1.4 lakh. Now there is also the Mercedes-AMG A35 performance sedan in the range which actually doesn't have any direct rival in India. That said, BMW does offer an entry-level performance sedan in India- the BMW M340i which outperforms the A-Class Limo performance wise, and at ₹ 62.90 lakh is more expensive.