Located less than 15min south of the Bris. CBD. And 20 min from the Bris. Airport. Feature Packed, Practical Hatchback with Sporty Performance, the 2013 Mercedes Benz A180 in Cirrus White with a Black Fabric Interior and 58000km Travelled From New. Featuring: Park Distance Control with Rear Camera, Cruise Control, Automatic Headlights, Bluetooth and Much More.
In 2013 the A180 was an all-new A Class from the ground up, a radical departure with much slinkier styling, befitting of the hatchback sector in which it now sits. Mercedes-Benz joins the trend to smaller, more efficient vehicles while offering enough room for five, with the ambience of a larger car. With a turbocharged 4 cylinder engine matched with a seven-speed dual-clutch auto to deliver punchy performance. Latest technologies include auto parking, lights and wipers, all the latest connectivity and of course, cutting edge safety features.Buy from Australia's largest Wholesaler of Prestige cars. Trade Ins welcome & Competitive Finance available. Phone 07 3452 6363. Transport available to all parts of Australia.
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