In some car industry news today making its way out of the German based company known as Mercedes, we are excited to report on a release for the all new GLA 45 model from the mass manufacturer which is set to launch later on this year here in the UK and across other parts of the world too.
The latest model from the brand could very well prove to be one of the finest models to ever go into production and the company are hoping for much success on this brand new model, which with what we know so far regarding the specs and details for this addition to the Mercedes family could very well be the case.
The mass manufacturer have always had a good reputation for designing perfect all round vehicles that combine the performance aspect and comfort all rolled into one and this all new GLA 45 model is certainly in our eyes no exception.
So with that being said, what is it about this all new GLA model in the line up that could potentially convince you to make the investment into one of these models and why should you choose to invest into this car over similar vehicles from rival brands such as the likes of Audi, BMW and Nissan? The new GLA 45 model will be powered by the familiar Mercedes engine in the form of the 2.0 litre turbo engine that produces power overall of 355bhp and will therefore make the sprint from 0 to 62 miles per hour in a time of just 4.8 seconds. The top speed of this vehicle overall is maxed out at 155 mph.
In regards to some of the added pieces of equipment that come along with the vehicle we believe that some of the confirmed features may very well turn out to be some good selling points and we see these come in the shape and form of an AMG body kit nicely matched by AMG sports seats. Bi xenon headlights and an all new gear selector also come complete as part of the package too.
We are pleased to announce that you will be officially able to purchase your brand new GLA model from June of this year from Mercedes dealerships across the UK and you can expect to purchase a brand new Mercedes GLA 45 at a cost of £42,000.