Mercedes Benz CLA Has Welcomed Some Changes For 2021

Mercedes Benz CLA Has Welcomed Some Changes For 2021


Garaging and driving an entry-level luxury toy as glimmering as Mercedes Benz can never satiate your desires but rather it hits you with urges to drive more and waft on roads.

The refinement quotients and the practicality it delivers can surely hold your heart. The A-Class sedan has lent the engine to the CLA 250. The Mercedes Benz CLA 250 is pounced and swooped with a much coupe-like build, offering you a 221 horsepower turbocharged engine with a 2.0 liter 4 cylinder.

Descend onto the inner spacings and you would refuse to move out from the car because the Mercedes well-appointed tech-savvy interior hosts a double-screened dashboard surface. Pick either a 7.3inch or a 10.3-inch infotainment arrangement.

The gauge can be re-programmed as per your needs and desires. The rear seatings aren’t much roomy and spacious but the well-appointed-swift-ride establishes a good balance. The cargo spacing is pretty much commodious for any heavy onus and luggage. Altogether the Mercedes CLA is a luxurious cutie that is also a tech-savvy 4 tired beast.

What’s new in the box of 2021?

The year 2020 has poured in much sculpting and re-engineering so on that note the year 2021, for the car, won’t be bringing any major changes but rather minor upheaval has taken place.

Mercedes Benz CLA has loaded the car with blind-spot monitoring and ambient lighting as standard. The MBUX of Mercedes CLA is now embedded with an interior assistant, granting the passengers to use gestures to control the infotainment’s operations.

What’s new in the Engine?

The profile and engine depiction of all the Mercedes CLA are ladened with a confident 2.0 liter 4 cylinder engine which heats out 221 horsepower and 258 lbs of torquing fun. All-wheel-drive is available and the front-wheel-drive has been jotted down as standard.

The gearing mechanism is coupled with a 7-speed automatic transmission. The Mercedes CLA 250 is so spright and mindful that it beckoned and waved on the test tracks and reached the end line within 5.6 seconds by lapping 60 mph.

The handling profile of the Mercedes Benz CLA is pretty much balanced and polished, the least body rolls detected, an aptly calibrated steering wheel and the braking is firm and on-point.

The Feature Talk

The NHTSA or better known stretched out as National Highway Traffic Safety Administration hasn’t placed the car on circuit tests and nor did that happen with the IIHS or Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.

Although the car hasn’t gone through any safety checks then hard to refuse is the fact that it is a Mercedes Benz CLA, which won’t get you harmed on-road and emphatically is loaded with some great Driver assistance features. Some key safety features are:

  • Adaptive cruise control
  • Lane-keeping assist
  • Lane departure assist
  • Automated emergency braking

The Price Tag Emblazoned

The Mercedes Benz CLA 250 is stuffed with a front-wheel-drive mechanism but the all-wheel-drive has been kept as standard on its CLA 250 4 Matic. The CLA 250 4 Matic can be picked by those traveling on soggy and wet-dirty roads, demanding a more determined performer but that doesn’t phase out the likable and punchy CLA 250.


CLA 250 $38, 900
CLA 250 4 Matic $40, 900