The Mercedes-Benz CLA caters to buyers wanting a stylish German small sedan with hatcback-like proportions but lots of luxury.
Now in its second generation, the CLA has grown significantly for this latest generation, with the aerodynamic sedan now closer in size to the C-Class sedan than the booted A-Class it shares much of its mechanical parts with.
As a larger and more stylish model, the CLA is naturally more expensive than the A-Class, and will set buyers back in the region of $60,000 for an entry-level model.
The cheapest Mercedes-Benz CLA in Australia is the entry-level 200 variant, priced from $62,600 before on-road costs. The CLA 200 is fitted with a 1.3-litre turbocharged four-cylinder petrol engine and seven-speed automatic transmission.
What does CLA stand for on Mercedes-Benz?
The acronym CLA stands, rather simply, for Coupe Light A-Class. This is in reference to the A-Class hatch and sedan that the CLA shares much of its components with.
How to install Mercedes-Benz navigation SD card in CLA?
To instal the Navigation SD card, make sure the card is not locked (by flicking a switch on the left side of the card). Then you can insert the SD card into the appropriate slot (located in either the glovebox, lower dash, or centre console bin). After that, it is just a process of following the on-screen instructions.
Where is the Mercedes-Benz CLA made?
Every Mercedes-Benz CLA is manufactured at the Kecskemet factory in Hungary. Australian-delivered A-Class hatches are built at the same facility.