2020 New Mercedes-AMG A35 Sports Sedan Review – If you want a new Mercedes-AMG that is compact and not astronomically expensive, you can check the hatchback 2019 A35. But If you live in the United States, you’re not lucky. Still you are, more or less, but now it seems that the Mercedes-AMG A35 2020 is opening its way to the United States in the form of sedan.
2020 New Mercedes-AMG A35 Sports Sedan Review
With the US arrival of Class A earlier this year, a variant of AMG seemed inevitable and, indeed, has been spoken for some time. But I’m still excited that this particular prophecy has been fulfilled.
The 2020 A35 will have a four-cylinder, 2.0-liter turbocharged engine with capacity for 302 horsepower and 295 lb-ft of torque by Mercedes, with a seven-speed automatic transmission and total traction.
This is a fairly significant pothole of the A220, which generates 188 horsepower and 221 lb-ft of power with front or four-wheel drive.
Mercedes promises a time of 0 to 60 mph of a speed of 4.7 seconds for the A35, and since the A-Class base is currently the cheapest car of the company, it is logical to assume that the A35 will be the cheapest car in which you can get a new one. by AMG. Excluding any diluted “AMG Sport” option that you can put into anything, of course.
The official price has not been announced, but a list A220 to $32.500 while a list CLA250 to $33.100 and a CLA45 begins to $53.100. In Germany, where you can already get a A35 hatchback, the car has a list equivalent to approximately $45.000, so it is probably close to what we will have to pay for one here.
At His heels the heels to the hot hatch of the Mercedes-AMG A35 comes its four-door brother, the sedan A35 4Matic.
The A35 Sedan retains the same 4-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine as the hatch, but two additional doors and a boot sprout.
That means 306 hp, 400 Nm of torque and 7 speeds of double automatic clutch, good for a sprint of 0-100 km/h in 4.8 seconds (0.1 seconds slower than the hatch) and a maximum speed limited electronically of 250 km/h.
“After the successful launch of the hatchback model, things are moving forward dynamically in the Compact class segment at AMG. The sports halls are the origin of Mercedes-AMG and part of the brand’s core, said the executive director of Mercedes-AMG, Tobias Moers.
“With Our new A35, we are transporting this story to modern times in the form of a very attractive model that serves as an entry point to the AMG world and also attracts new customer groups ,” he added.
The four-door saloon has a wheelbase of 2729 mm, with short overhangs at the front and rear.
In the Four Corners are 18 inch “aerodynamically Optimized” light alloy wheels with a five-spoke double design, with 19-inch rims available as an option.
Side Sedan A35
These wheels are connected to the A35 sedan through MacPherson struts at the front and a 4-link connection at the rear.
In each rear wheel, three transverse arms and the rear arm, the wheel support and the bearings taken from the A45 4MATIC are used, which guarantees maximum stability and agility of conduction.
Optional are adjustable shock absorbers with AMG Ride Control.
Inside, the A 35 4MATIC Saloon has about 944 mm of rear height, while the boot has capacity for 420 liters and was designed with a wide opening for maximum ease of use.
A35 Sedan Cabin
The Cockpit has the new design of the space age of Mercedes with two customizable screens of 10.25 inches that show everything from its speed to navigation.
Voice control through the keyword “Hey Mercedes ” is also standard, part of the new MBUX Entertainment and Information System (Mercedes-Benz User eXperience).
That money Is likely to be spent more intelligently on a class E AMG that has already been made more than 50.000 miles or so, but we reserve it to ourselves as we need people to buy new cars to be able to use them later No?
That Said, the A35 is really a little sweet-looking package, and of course comes with the benefit of the new and impressive Mercedes man-machine interface.
And, yes, I imagine an even more powerful A45 is eventually in the pipeline as well. However, it would not have the hatchback coming to the United States. Mercedes couldn’t have confused her customers in the U.S. With the people of Mazda, after all.