Mercedes-Benz A Class variants
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Mercedes A-Class (A35) review – is it better than an Audi A3 and BMW 1 Series?

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Petrol-engined A-Class saloon models have a 405-litre boot, which is 10 litres up on the diesel versions. Due to where the battery sits in plug-in hybrid A250e models, these cars get a 345-litre boot.

Measuring 4,549mm long, the A-Class saloon is 130mm longer than the hatchback and just over 50mm longer than the Audi A3 saloon. The A-Class saloon is 1,992mm wide and 1,446mm tall.

Matching the hatchback, the A-Class saloon starts in group 18 (out of 50) for the A180d diesel. The more powerful A200d diesel starts in group 23, which is the same as the A200 petrol. A250e plug-in hybrid versions sit in the highest insurance groups (excluding the hot AMG A-Class) in 31 and 32.

The A180 and A200 petrols use a 1.3-litre engine with 136hp and 163hp respectively, while the comparatively rare A250 petrol uses a 224hp 2.0-litre engine. That's 6hp more than the total output of the A250e hybrid. Mercedes' 2.0-litre diesel produces 116hp in the A180d and 150hp in the A200d. The most powerful A-Class saloon is the AMG A35, with a huge 306hp.

That's the 306hp Mercedes-AMG A35 saloon, which comes with four-wheel drive as standard. It scorches from 0-62mph in just 4.8 seconds and has a limited top speed of 155mph.