2021 Mercedes-Benz GLA launched in India, prices start from Rs 42.10 lakh
Mercedes-Benz India has launched the second generation of the Mercedes-Benz GLA SUV in India. The prices of the new 2021 Mercedes-Benz GLA start from Rs 42.10 lakh for the petrol GLA 200. This goes up to Rs 43.7 lakh for the GLA 220d while the 4Matic diesel is priced at Rs 46.7 lakh. These are introductory prices valid till June 30, with a Rs 1.5 lakh hike thereafter.
Notable features in the new-gen Mercedes-Benz GLA are the twin 10.25 screens for the infotainment and the instrument cluster which feature Mercedes' MBUX system and the voice controls. Other notable features are Mercedes me suite of 43 connected-car features that include live traffic updates, remote engine start (expect GLA 200) and Google/Alexa integration. There is also a powered tailgate, panoramic sunroof, ambient lighting with 64 colours, wood/Aluminium trim, dual-zone automatic climate control AC, wireless charging and Android Auto/Apple Carplay integration.
Safety features include seven airbags, pre-Safe, active brake assist, active bonnet for pedestrian safety, active brakes, ESP, ABS with EBD and attention assist.
The GLA 200 is powered by a 1.3-litre turbo petrol making 165PS at 5,500 rpm and 250 Nm at 1,620 - 4,000 rpm. This pairs with a seven-speed DCT. The diesel engine in the GLA 220d is the familiar OM 654 unit making 190PS at 3,800 rpm and 400 Nm at 1,600-2,600 rpm. The diesel pairs with an eight-speed DCT and can also be had with the 4Matic AWD.
The Mercedes-Benz GLA is now on sale across dealerships depending on the restriction in place. The SUV can also be booked online. There is an eight-year standard warranty on offer for the engine and gearbox along with a comprehensive three-year warranty, services packages start from Rs 61,200 for 2 years for the petrol and Rs 73,200 for diesel for 2 years. Know about the Mercedes-AMG GLA 35 launched alongside the standard GLA here
Starts Rs 42.1 Lakhs
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