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Mercedes-Benz A 5-drs - 180 CDI aut. [Autotronic] and T@B

Peter E reviewed on a Mercedes-Benz A 5-drs - 180 CDI aut. [Autotronic] (80 Kw/109 bhp year: february 2005 - september 2012) and a T@B 320 Chic of (laden) 800 kg.

The A180 diesel automatic, when coupled to a small caravan like this, is the most effortless drive imaginable. Hill starts and touring up and down the Alps present no issue. The T@B rides on very wide wheels, has a long drawbar and is fitted with a stabiliser hitch. The short tail overhang on the Mercedes adds to the equation: a more steady combination is hard to imagine. Fuel economy dips from around 48-50mpg solo to 28-30mph towing. Cruising at 70mph is no problem. At 60mph the unit is completely effortless.

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Mercedes-Benz A 5-drs - 180 CDI aut. [Autotronic] and Bailey

alan bicknell reviewed on a Mercedes-Benz A 5-drs - 180 CDI aut. [Autotronic] (80 Kw/109 bhp year: february 2005 - september 2012) and a Bailey Orion 400-2 of (laden) 1109 kg.

A class auto towing a Bailey Orion 400/2, found towing very stable, relaxed drive, average 30mpg and steady when overtaken by HGV's.

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Mercedes-Benz A 5-drs - 180 CDI aut. [Autotronic] and Lunar

alan bicknell reviewed on a Mercedes-Benz A 5-drs - 180 CDI aut. [Autotronic] (80 Kw/109 bhp year: february 2005 - september 2012) and a Lunar Ariva of (laden) 980 kg.

A class auto replaced Megane auto for pulling my Ariva. First 100 mile tow in windy conditions gave good consumption a steady tow and relaxed drive usually in cruise control. Steady when overtaken by HGV's.

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Mercedes-Benz A 5-drs - 160 CDI [BlueEfficiency] and Sterckeman

Paul reviewed on a Mercedes-Benz A 5-drs - 160 CDI [BlueEfficiency] (60 Kw/82 bhp year: june 2009 - september 2012) and a Sterckeman Starlett 390 CP of (laden) 965 kg.

The A160 CDI is never going to be a powerful car, however I find it extremely sure footed and a solid tower, even in strong cross winds, the rig hardly twitches. Admitidly you do have to use the gear box to keep a constant speed up and down hills and if you are prepared to do this, it still returns a fairly heathy 40mpg on a long run.

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Mercedes-Benz A 5-drs - 150 and Ace

David Haigh reviewed on a Mercedes-Benz A 5-drs - 150 (70 Kw/95 bhp year: september 2004 - june 2009) and a Ace Jubilee Diplomat of (laden) 1100 kg.

The mercerdes A150 3 door will push along on the motorway ok but on long uphill you need to use 4th or even 3rd gear, mpg was about 28mpg when towing on mway but i would say that all in all it is a little under powered but very stable towing i am looking to change to Kia rio diesel

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