Mercedes introduced two new diesel engines that will be available in the A-Class models. They will be positioned over the existing initial A180d version. The modifications A200d and A220d will use new OM654 engines that meet the latest emission standards.
Mercedes A200d is equipped with a 2.0-liter diesel engine with a power of 148 hp and 320 Nm of torque, and the modernized unit with the same volume in the A220d offers 40 horses more and 400 Nm. The fuel consumption announced by the manufacturer is 4.2L/100km and CO2 emissions – 110-114 g/km.
Mercedes A200d will be available in two versions: Sport and AMG Line, while the A220d will only be available on AMG Line. In standard equipment, Sport offers a reversing camera, DAB radio and subwoofer, while the AMG Line additionally includes a sports steering wheel, AMG style elements and larger 18-inch wheels.
Mercedes claims both will achieve 65.7 mpg (4.3L/100km) on the combined cycle, emitting between 110 and 114 g/km of CO2 in the process. You’ll hit 100 km/h in 8.1 seconds in the 200d and 7.0 seconds in the 220d.
Pricing for the A200d Sport will kick off at 28,805 GBP (51,600 USD), while the A220d AMG Line starts at 30,005 GBP (53,750 USD).
The former comes with DAB radio, keyless start and carbon-fibre trim standard, while the AMG Line gains a sports steering wheel, AMG styling and bigger wheels.