Mercedes-Benz Gives Its Smallest Model A Sportier Look

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AMG look, A-Class performance.

Mercedes-Benz has expanded its accessories program for the A-Class with new AMG styling parts. The hatchback can now be ordered with an AMG bodykit, while other parts are available separately. The bodykit and parts are available on the 250 Sport (4Matic) and models that are equipped with the AMG-Line. According to the automaker, “these add-on parts are produced through thermoforming technology” and “can be fitted without any major effort.” The bodykit is made up of four parts and stripes finished in gloss black.

For roughly $517, owners can fit their A-Class with an AMG front splitter, while the AMG rear apron trim with a diffuser-look has the same price tag. AMG Sports strips cost roughly $220, while additional rear flics can be fitted to the car for approximately $204. The priciest add-on is the AMG side-sill extension that costs roughly $870. All of the aforementioned prices are for enthusiasts in Germany, while the parts are available at all Mercedes-Benz dealerships. A similar bodykit will be offered on the C-Class and the four-door CLA in June.

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