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Mercedes hatchback FAQs

Yes, Mercedes currently builds two hatchback models.

The range opens with the Mercedes A-Class – a family hatchback to rival the BMW 1 Series and Audi A3.

You'll also find the Mercedes B-Class. This is a small people carrier that shares most of its parts and engines with the A-Class, but with a larger, more practical body shape.

The brand's smallest hatchback is the Mercedes A-Class. It measures in a little more than 4.4 metres long – that puts it in the same ballpark as models like the BMW 1 Series, Audi A3 and Ford Focus – although the Mercedes is a few millimetres longer than those models.

Dig deep enough and you'll find a little Mercedes DNA in the Smart lineup. These ultra-compact city cars won't fool anyone into thinking you're driving a mini-Mercedes, but they still have a unique charm of their own.

The most affordable Mercedes hatchback is also the smallest model in the lineup – the Mercedes A-Class. You can save even more money off the brand-new price by buying a nearly new or used example from Motorpoint.

The most powerful hatchback in the company's range is the Mercedes-AMG A45 S. This red-eyed performance car uses one of the most powerful 2.0-litre petrol engines ever created, pumping 416hp through a slick-shifting automatic gearbox to all-four wheels. The result is blistering acceleration with the 0-62mph dash demolished in just 3.9 seconds – legitimate supercar territory.

Not only is the A45 S the most powerful hatchback Mercedes makes, it's the most powerful engine-powered hatchback on the market – excluding a handful of elongated hatchback-coupes and electric cars.