Pricing of the new Mercedes-Benz A-class will start from £18,945 for the entry-level A180 and rise to £28,775 for the 208bhp A250 variant.
The full price list, revealed today, covers five trim levels, starting with the base A-class and including SE, Sport, AMG Sport and Engineered by AMG.
Petrol engine options include a 1595cc unit in either a 120bhp or 154bhp state of tune, and a 1991cc with 208bhp. Diesels are 1461cc and 1796cc units with 108bhp, or a 1796cc with 134bhp.
Your £18,945 will get a base-trim Mercedes-Benz A180 equipped with a six-speed manual gearbox and emitting 129g/km of CO2. The package also includes comfort suspension, fabric upholstery, MP3-compatible CD/radio with 5.8in colour display, aux-in socket, USB port in the centre armrest and Bluetooth.
The SE trim level starts from £20,125 and adds a two-plate grille in the same colour as the car’s body, 16in ten-spoke alloys, fabric sports seats, Nappa leather steering wheel and fabric trim parts with contrast stitching. It is available with either the manual ‘box or an optional seven-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, which costs an additional £1450.
The Sport variant is designed to look more dynamic than the SE, so gets twin exhaust pipes, 17in five-twin spoke alloys and a silver-coloured grille with chrome highlights. Inside, the Sport has a perforated Nappa leather steering wheel, cruise control, rain sensors and ambient lighting. Prices start at £21,240.
Two AMG-inspired models complete the Mercedes-Benz A-class range. The AMG Sport, from £23,445, includes the Dynamic Handling Package with sports suspension, perforated disc brakes, cruise control, 18in AMG five-spoke alloys, plus AMG floor mats and door sill panels. Inside it adds a flat-bottomed perforated Nappa leather sports steering wheel and Alcantara trim parts with red stitching to the Sport’s equipment level.