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A Break From The Norm

When Mercedes first introduced their new A Class to the world in 1997, it was a departure from their usual approach. The tall and stubby compact used a FWD layout, and featured a brand new impact protection system. The design of the A Class won Steve Martin the Autocar magazine designer of the year award. It encountered a rocky start when a tipping problem was identified, and quickly rectified by Mercedes.

Changing Faces

The newest A Class has been revised considerably, evolving into a much sleeker and more traditional hatchback design. This change increased its overall dimensions greatly, to the extent that the A Class is no longer considered a compact car, but a small family car. The funkier design is aimed at a younger audience, and offers much stiffer competition to the BMW 1 Series.