Mercedes-Benz A250 AMG Line: Deal of the Week

This 2020 2.0-litre petrol Mercedes A250 in AMG Line trim is the BuyaCar Deal of the Week

The latest Mercedes A-Class has undergone a major technological overhaul compared to its predecessor. It may be the brand’s entry-level offering, but it now possesses quality and refinement worthy of its counterparts higher up the Mercedes range. What’s more, you can now save even more on the A-Class as it’s this week’s Deal of the Week, courtesy of our sister site BuyaCar.

About the deal

This 2020 2.0-litre petrol Mercedes-Benz A250 AMG Line Premium Plus Auto is the BuyaCar Deal of the Week. The car is priced at £26,999, or £385 per month on a 48-month personal contract purchase finance deal, after a £2,694 deposit.

As an extra bonus, you can claim a further £250 off of the advertised price by using the code BACDEAL. Just quote the code to the BuyaCar sales team and they'll do the rest.

Mercedes A250 AMG Line Deal of the Week

Loan amount

£26,999

Deposit

£2,694

Monthly payments

£385

Term

48 months

APR from

7.90%

Annual mileage limit

8,000

About the car

This particular car is an A250 AMG Line, meaning that it not only has some extra, sports-oriented features, but it also has the performance to match. Its 2.0-litre turbocharged engine, mated to a 7-speed automatic gearbox, will allow this A-Class to launch from 0-62mph in just 6.2 seconds. 

The brisk acceleration can be enjoyed from the interior finished in Artico man-made leather with red stitching and featuring an array of technological features.There’s a 10.25” touchscreen-operated MBUX multimedia system with DAB radio and satellite navigation, Hey Mercedes voice activation and active park assist.

To buy this week’s BuyaCar Deal of the Week, just click here...

What is BuyaCar?

BuyaCar is the easy way to buy your next car. Simple, trustworthy and with a dedicated team of experts on hand to guide you through the process, it’s an online service that can help you find the right car and arrange finance, then deliver your car straight to your door.

BuyaCar is part of the Autovia portfolio of brands, the car sales sister site of Auto Express. While we give you unrivaled coverage of the car industry and expert advice on choosing your next car, BuyaCar is ready and waiting to help you buy it - and get a great deal. 

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