Mercedes-Benz A-Class Becomes Sportier With AMG Body Kit

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Mercedes is expanding its accessories program for the A-Class, with new AMG styling parts.

Available on the 250 Sport (4Matic) and models equipped with the AMG-Line, the add-on parts "are produced through thermoforming technology" and "can be fitted without any major effort", according to the automaker.

The AMG body kit comprises of four attachment parts for the bodywork and side stripes finished in gloss black.

For €470 (about $517) you get the AMG front splitter, while the AMG rear apron trim with a diffuser-look carries the same price tag. Additional rear flics can be ordered for €185 ($204), while the AMG Sports stripes cost €200 ($220). The most expensive add-on is the AMG side-sill extension, which will set prospective buyers back for €790 ($870).

The parts are now available at Mercedes-Benz dealers. All prices include tax and are for the German market.

A similar body kit will be offered for the four-door CLA and for the newest addition to the C-Class family, the Cabrio, starting in June, 2016. The latter be unveiled next Monday, in Geneva.

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