Mercedes Benz A B and CClass Fuel Consumption

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Mercedes-Benz A II 200 136 Hp

Mercedes Benz A, B and C-Class Consumption

News on the A, B and CLA-Class: New fuel consumption figures

is pressing ahead with its drive: seven new versions of the A, B and now offer fuel savings of up to 7 compared with their predecessors. The A 200 CDI 4MATIC and A 220 CDI 4MATIC represent the first all-wheel-drive models forming part of the new of compact cars from All models are available to order with deliveries set to begin in 2014.

With combined consumption of 5.4 litres per 100 kilometres and CO 2 emissions of 125 g per kilometre, the CLA 250 sets new in its segment. Compared with the model, the reduction in the fuel of the 155 kW (211 hp) Coupé represents a of 9 g of CO 2 per kilometre, or 7 percent. This in fuel consumption has been by means of a lean-burn process stratified-charge operation.

A 200 CDI will have a displacement of 2.2 at its disposal in future, as opposed to the 1.8 litres. It retains a rated of 100 kW (136 hp) and maximum torque of 300 Nm, and only 102 g of CO 2 per kilometre with the DCT – 7 g less than its predecessor. corresponds to a fuel consumption of only 3.9 litres per 100 kilometres. In the A 200 CDI already complies with the 6 emissions standard. The top diesel in the guise of the A 220 CDI, B 220 CDI and CLA 220 CDI have been revamped. In-engine measures have resulted in a reduction in fuel consumption – as and with the same performance

The new A 200 CDI 4MATIC and A 220 CDI 4MATIC models efficiency combined with as the first all-wheel-drive diesel in the new generation of compact cars Mercedes-Benz. The most innovative of the new 4MATIC include the power to the rear axle, which is into the 7G-DCT automated clutch transmission, and the rear-axle unit with integrated, actuated multi-disc clutch. set-up allows fully distribution of the drive torque the front and rear axles. benefits of this design are a system weight compared the competition and also high

All models are available to order now and be dispatched to the dealerships from 2014.

CLA 250: lean-burn with stratified charge

The CLA 250 sets new standards with fuel consumption of 5.4 litres per 100 km g of CO 2 per km). The 155 kW (211 hp) four-door generates maximum torque of 350 Nm, is available throughout the wide of 1200 to 1400 rpm. It from 0 to 100 km/h in a sporty 6.7

Mercedes-Benz A II 200 136 Hp

The four-cylinder engine of the new CLA 250 is a member of the family of petrol engines. It is in stratified or homogeneous mode, on the operating state. In stratified mode, the high-compression engine with a high level of air. To this end, the is not injected into the air until the phase, after the air has been by the pistons. A precision-controlled electronic injection process ensures a fuel-air cloud localised in the of the spark plug forms at the time of ignition.

This fuel-air cloud is by the spark plug and in turn the very lean mixture is distributed throughout the rest of the chamber. This enables efficient combustion with a level of excess air. A for stratified charge operation is piezo injectors. These the fuel into the combustion several times in succession per stroke, and as such enable control of the mixture formation and the flammability.

A lowered comfort is now additionally available for all CLA models – in conjunction with the Urban line, AMG Line and the CLA 180 BlueEFFICIENCY

A 200 CDI: compliance with the 6 emissions standard

The engine of the A 200 CDI now has a of 2.2 litres as opposed to 1.8 litres, the output stands at 100 kW (136 hp) and torque of 300 Nm is available. This incorporates numerous efficiency-boosting These modifications include of the belt drive, a cylinder package with different bearings and additional finishing, of the vacuum pump, aluminium with optimised assembly and a low-friction ring package, the bearings of the Lanchester balancer and pressure sensor combustion in the cylinder head. At 3.9 litres of per 100 kilometres (102 g of CO 2 per km in conjunction the 7-speed DCT), its combined consumption is outstanding for this category. In addition, the A 200 CDI already with the Euro 6 emissions

Mercedes-Benz A II 200 136 Hp
Mercedes-Benz A II 200 136 Hp
Mercedes-Benz A II 200 136 Hp
Mercedes-Benz A II 200 136 Hp

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