Another release from Daimler today and time is the 2009 Mercedes-Benz A Class special edition. The Mercedes A Class was so far sold in 1.8 million units and for this spring the company decided to improve its appearance with a few special elements.
The 2009 Mercedes-Benz A Class special edition features 16-inch titanium silver light-alloy rims, black radiator louvres the "Special Edition" badge on the mirror triangle as well as fog lamps and a free choice of metallic paint finish as standard. At the interior the 2009 Mercedes-Benz A Class special edition welcomes its passengers with a two tone coloured leather interior (black and gray), black velour floor mats, a multifunctional steering wheel also covered in leather, plus automatically dimming rear-view mirror and an illuminated vanity mirror in the sun visor.
Production for the new 2009 Mercedes-Benz A Class special edition will include only 5,500 units.
Mercedes press release :
Mercedes-Benz is ushering in the spring with a new special model of the A-Class. With design features reserved only for this edition, plus extensive, high-grade appointments, the Special Edition 2009 is not only eye-catching. It also combines the well-proven basic virtues of this compact Mercedes-Benz model with more than a touch of passion. This exclusive new model variant in the A-Class is available now.
To date the A-Class with its distinctive and versatile concept has captured the hearts of around 1.8 million customers. The strengths of this true trendsetter above all include a generous, variable interior despite compact external dimensions, a high level of reliability, impressive safety and environmentally friendly engines. The new special model in the A-Class has an emotionally appealing, enhanced appearance for a combination of the excitingly sensible with the
sporty and attractive.
The unmistakable, striking appearance of the special model is characterised by exclusive features such as the black radiator louvres, 16-inch titanium silver light-alloy wheels in a new 9-spoke design (tyre size 195/55 R16) and a "Special Edition" badge on the mirror triangle. Standard exterior features also include fog lamps and a free choice of metallic paint finish.
In the interior, the special status of the Special Edition 2009 is emphasised by a two-tone colour scheme in black and grey, carefully finished, high-grade materials and stylish features. These include dedicated, shiny black trim with a pattern and black velour floor mats with grey edging and an embroidered Edition label. The multifunction steering wheel, shift/selector lever and parking brake handle are lined in leather. The appointments also include an Audio 20 radio with CD player and Bluetooth hands-free system and the Light and Sight package with a rain sensor, automatically dimming rear-view mirror, an illuminated vanity mirror in the sun visor, separately adjustable reading lights in the rear, a reading light for the driver and illuminated front footwells. A Seating Comfort package is also standard equipment, with a height-adjustable front passenger seat, seat cushion angle adjustment and lumbar supports for the driver and front passenger.
The extensive standard appointments of the new special model amount to a
price advantage of 36 percent.
The advantages of the Special Edition 2009 are available for all model variants of the A-Class. Including the versions equipped as standard with the BlueEFFICIENCY package, which e.g. further improves engine efficiency, aerodynamics, rolling resistance, energy management and weight in the A 160 CDIBlueEFFICIENCY saloon. With an output of 60 kW/82 hp, it consumes only 4.5 litres of fuel per 100 kilometres, with CO2 emissions of 119 grams per kilometre. The A-Class is also the first compact car to have been awarded an environmental certificate according to the stringent, international ISO standard 14062.
The new Special Edition 2009 of the A-Class is a limited edition of 5 500 units.

Source: Mercedes