All-Wheel Drive System
Steering Wheel Touch Controls
Augmented Reality for Navigation
Route-Based Speed Adaption
64-Color Ambient Interior Lighting
The 2019 BMW 1-Series is slated to arrive this year with a redesigned engine lineup, exterior stylings, and interior features. Although it’s arriving as a hatchback, it was designed to compete with the 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class Sedan— among others in the luxury market. So, how does it stack up to this new Mercedes-Benz sedan? Compare the Mercedes-Benz A-Class vs. BMW 1-Series below to find out!
The new A-Class and BMW 1-Series are both front-wheel drive vehicles offering peppy engine power. Compared to the BMW 1-Series, however, the A-Class has a stronger base-level engine. The A-Class Sedan starts off with a 188-hp 2.0L turbo inline-4 engine, while the 1-Series Hatch will get a base-level a 140-hp 1.5L inline-4. xDrive — BMW’s all-wheel drive system — will be available with select engines, and the 4MATIC® all-wheel drive system is standard on the A 220 4MATIC®.
At first glance, updates to the BMW 1-Series have seemingly put it on par with the A-Class in terms of technology. Both include a digital instrument cluster and multimedia display with voice commands, natural language understanding, and a controller. There are a few features, however, you’ll only find on the A-Class, including:
Ready to get behind the wheel of the 2019 Mercedes-Benz A-Class? Contact us to schedule a test drive near Westport and learn why this Mercedes-Benz sedan is such a staunch competitor for others in its segment. See how the A-Class compares to the Audi A3 as well as other Mercedes-Benz models in the lineup, such as the C-Class and E-Class.
Interested in another BMW vs. Mercedes-Benz matchup? Compare the 2020 Mercedes-Benz C-Class vs. BMW 3 Series today.
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