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Autohaus on Edens Announces New 2015 Mercedes GLA Coming Soon

NORTHBROOK, Ill., Aug. 29. 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Drivers who have been thinking about trading up and investing in a new luxury vehicle are excited about the new 2015 Mercedes GLA expected to arrive on Autohaus on Edens Mercedes-Benz lot fall of this year. This innovative, eye-catching vehicle boasts all of the style and elegance of other high-end models from Mercedes-Benz, but it goes a step above and beyond in its function and overall look. With a closer look at what you can expect from the new GLA, you may consider planning a visit to Autohaus on Edens for a test drive soon.

The Style

One of the first things drivers notice about the GLA is its unique look. It has the same signature curves you will find on other vehicles manufactured by Mercedes-Benz, but these curves are incorporated into a crossover design. The vehicle has a roof height of 58.8 inches, making it rather short in comparison to some of the other crossover models on the market. This gives the crossover a sporty, fun look without sacrificing the sophistication that the brand is known for. For functionality, it has five doors along with an underbody cladding that adds to the sporty look of the vehicle. Altogether, the 2015 Mercedes GLA has a great style that blends sophistication with function.

The Features in the GLA

For drivers who are attracted to the Mercedes-Benz models because of their overall comfort and handling, the GLA will not be a disappointment. This vehicle has a 208 horsepower, 2.0 liter engine that has powerful torque and a dual clutch automatic transmission. It has rapid acceleration that gives it a zippy feel, but it also has all of the comfort features you are looking for in a family vehicle. It has more headroom than the CLA, which allows taller passengers to ride comfortably in the rear seats. It also has heated seats, driver-assistance features, a large multimedia display feature and enhanced navigation features that make your driving experience enjoyable. This is a vehicle that has been designed to be driven with comfort by the driver, and passenger comforts were not overlooked.

The Test Drive

Though the 2015 GLA won't arrive on our lot till fall of this year, with so much to offer drivers, a test drive of this new crossover is a must. The 2015 Mercedes GLA is a vehicle that must be driven to be fully enjoyed. Autohaus on Edens is the auto dealership to visit for a test drive in the Northbrook area, and the dealership is open six days a week to serve customers. This reputable Mercedes-Benz dealership provides its customers with a first-class experience in a state-of-the-art facility. A test drive can be scheduled with the friendly and knowledgeable sales staff during business hours.

For drivers who are interested in the 2015 GLA, expected to arrive fall of 2014, you can obtain more information by contacting the dealership directly or by visiting the website at www.autohausonedens.com.

Media Contact: Al Mondello, Autohaus on Edens, 847-664-4812, Amondello@aoemb.net

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