Safety

The new Mercedes-Benz A-Class: The newly developed gead/thorax bag – part of the standard equipment package for the A-Class – protects the front occupants’ head and chest areas in the event of a side impact
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A-Class; Belt status indicator for rear as well as front passangers
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At the Mercedes safety centre, the new A-Class passed the most severe crash tests.
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The newly developed head/thorax bag - part of the standard equipment package for the A-Class - protects the front occupants´ head and chest areas in the event of a side impact.
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A-Class; The engine and transmission are mounted behind the front axle at an angle. They slide downwards without damaging the occupants cell in the event of a major frontal collision.
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A-Class; The safety design is based on sophisticated computer simulations, the results of which were confirmed in real crash tests.
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The computer simulation of the vehicle-to-vehicle crash test shows that the passenger cell of the new A-Class remains undamaged, even in the event of such a severe collision
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Vehicle-to-vehicle crash test: Mercedes-Benz S-Class against the new Mercedes-Benz A-Class<p>The new A-Class boasts an intelligent package of safety features offering comprehensive occupant safety
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