Park Assist technology defies logic

Mercedes-Benz car of type W169 (

It is well worth spending an extra £550 for an additional feature that will make parking a Mercedes-Benz easier, a reviewer has stated in the East Kilbride News.
Mike Torpey recently spent some time in the Mercedes-Benz A180 CDI Avantgarde SE, and discovered the full benefits of the Active Park Assist technology.
Mr Torpey states that the car includes ultrasonic sensors and when the sensors find a parking slot big enough, all the driver has to do is accept the spot using the steering wheel.

He stated that he was surprised by the space suggested by the sensors, as the gap appeared to "defy logic".
However, within three moves, he stated the Mercedes-Benz A-Class was parked up and all he had to do was operate the accelerator and brakes.
Other aspects of the vehicle Mr Torpey noted included the 16-inch alloy wheels, the comfort of the seats and an "enhanced light and sight package".
In terms of performance, the vehicle could hit 62mph from standstill in 11.1 seconds and has a maximum speed of 112mph, while being positioned in insurance group 8.



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