How to spec a Mercedes A-Class
Our guide to Mercedes' family hatchback covers which version to buy, which options to choose and how much to pay for it all...
Premium package (£2395)
The Premium package contains everything already included in the Executive package but adds an upgraded stereo and larger digital instrument display. Since the standard 7.0in instrument display already displays everything you need, we wouldn’t bother spending more, while the upgraded stereo will likely be of benefit only to serious audiophiles.
- Model: A250 AMG Line auto
- List price: £30,765
- Target Price: £28,005
Options we'd add: Metallic paint (£595), Executive package (£1395), Driving Assistant package (£1495), Advanced Navigation package (£495) and Advanced Smartphone package (£395)
- Cost of options: £4375
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