The A180 City Edition comes with: 18-inch AMG alloy wheels in high-gloss black over the standard 17-inch rims; high-gloss black grille and beltline trip (just below the window); black exterior mirrors and dark-tinted rear privacy glass.
In addition, all external lights are long-lasting LED including the headlights, daytime running lights and rear taillight cluster.
Inside gets a choice of black sports seats in Messancy fabric with Artico synthetic leather trim with either red or green trim.
The City Edition package adds $1925 to the A180’s $38,700 retail price, plus on-roads, however Mercedes-Benz is offering the lot for $39,990 drive-away if purchased by February 28 this year.
The A200 City Edition features the same features A180 City Edition plus a host of extras including lowered sports suspension, Sports Direct-Steer system and Mercedes-Benz branded brake calipers with perforated front brake discs.
It also gains black and silver diamond grille and AMG body styling on the front/rear aprons and side-sills and Artico man-made leather/microfiber sports seats with red contrasting stitching, which also appears in the steering wheel and armrests.
Finishing the look is a three-spoke, flat-bottomed leather steering wheel, carbon-fibre look trim, AMG floor mats and brushed aluminium pedals.
The A200 City Edition pack adds $2370 to the retail prices of the A200 ($44,300) and A200d ($44,800). Unlike the A180 City Edition there is no driveaway-price deal.
Both City Edition packs will be available until stocks run out.
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