It provides useful information such as electric range and charging status, remaining fuel and trip data.
BMW took a risk in developing its latest 1 Series without the brand’s trademark rear-wheel drive layout, but it paid off.
Mercedes-Benz has expanded its range of EQ Power plug-in hybrids with the A 250e and B250e.
Petrol powertrains continue to dominate as the UK’s top-selling used cars during 2019, says a study by Indicata UK, which covered more than 600,000 vehicle sales.
Mercedes-Benz A-Class wins 2019 Fleet News Award for Best Compact Premium Car
Mobile car rental service Virtuo has expanded its London-based fleet to more than 100 cars.
Euro NCAP has announced its annual ‘Best in Class’ winners, with the Mercedes-Benz A Class named as the standout performer amongst small family cars.
Virtuo has announced further expansion through London with new sites in Stratford International and Shepherd’s Bush/Hammersmith.
Mercedes-Benz has added two new diesel engines to the A-Class range: the A 200 d and the A 220 d.
Hyundai has achieved a five-star safety rating for the new hydrogen-powered Nexo, in the latest round of Euro NCAP tests.
Mercedes will launch a saloon version of the new A-Class at the end of the year, with models expected on UK roads by Spring 2019.
Mercedes-Benz has beaten its biggest rivals by getting the new A-Class to market ahead of the BMW 1 Series and Audi A3, which both launch next year.
Fleet decision makers will get their first chance to drive the all-new Mercedes-Benz A-Class at Company Car In Action (CCIA) this year.
A number of exclusive test drives will take place at this year’s Company Car In Action (CCIA), including the Mercedes-Benz A-Class, Jaguar I-Pace and Volvo V60.
Mercedes-Benz has given the all-new A Class even greater fleet appeal, with advanced technologies and a premium interior.
Mercedes-Benz has revealed the new A-Class will be priced from £25,800.
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