Technology Features in the 2017 Mercedes-Benz GLA
Want luxury at your fingertips? You can get it with the 2017 Mercedes-Benz GLA. After all, driving is so much more than just strong engine performance and an aesthetic exterior (both of which the 2017 GLA have). You need those extra little things that make you feel alive both inside and out. Mercedes-Benz hears you, and that’s why they’ve continued their successful run by adding some exciting technology features in the 2017 Mercedes-Benz GLA.
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Touch Screen Technology
Entertainment and information surround you with the simple touch of a finger. A large 7-inch touchscreen display along with Bluetooth audio streaming comes standard with the 2017 GLA. You’re in control with many technology options available, including navigation and music and online features such as Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. Just don’t be surprised when your friends suddenly start asking for rides.
Stay connected to the outside world with mbrace, a feature only offered by Mercedes-Benz. With it you have the ability to use in-vehicle apps such as Yelp and local search while remote diagnostic tests will make sure your GLA stays in tip-top shape. Remote features allow you to start your car, lock doors, and so much more. Let mbrace take your driving experience to the next level.
Active Brake Assist
No matter how great of a driver you are, the rest of the road is a mystery. The 2017 GLA is designed to keep you safe from disasters with standard Active Brake Assist, a radar-based autonomous braking system that detects potential collisions. Get further assistance on the road with available Blind Spot and Lane Keeping Assists. Dealing with that pesky inconsistent speed of the car in front of you? It’s all good with Distance Pilot DISTRONIC cruise control that automatically adjusts your speed to stay in sync with traffic.
There you have it – driving made easier. The 2017 Mercedes-Benz GLA is keeping up with the times. Shouldn’t all automakers be doing the same? World Wide Motors thinks so!