If you’d like to buy a brand new Mercedes A-Class model, you have to hurry because the days are numbered. Mercedes-Benz USA made another significant decision to discontinue their entry-level A-Class (V177). As a result, the current ‘2022 model year of A220 and A220 4Matic models will no longer be offered, starting with the 2023 model year lineup.
Mercedes-Benz A-Class was introduced into the U.S. market in 2019 when not many believed that it would become a very successful seller. But surprisingly, the A-Class was exceptionally well received, and it was the first Mercedes introducing the newest MBUX infotainment system, which became the staple of most current Mercedes models.
The reason to discontinue is that Mercedes-Benz USA is simplifying its product offering system, which has become increasingly cumbersome in recent years. However, you can still purchase any remaining 2022 A-Class models, as long as they are still available for sale.
The GLA-Class SUV will replace the A-Class’ role as the entry point into the Mercedes-Benz brand. Mercedes-Benz USA will continue to offer the GLA, CLA, and GLB Classes for sale in the Model Year of 2023.
Note that Mercedes-Benz did not discontinue the A-Class; it was halted only by Mercedes-Benz USA. At MBZMaster.com, we don’t know about Mercedes-Benz plans for A-Class in all other markets at this point, but we will post as soon as we know!
One Reply to “Mercedes A-Class is DISCONTINUED in the U.S!”
Wow & I just purchased my 2022 A220 w/night amg package