Mercedes Benz decided to enter the game of hot hatchbacks and this A 250 (w176).This automobile has a 5 door hatchback type body styled by Mark Fetherston with a front mounted engine powering the front wheels.
The A 250 Sport forms part of Mercedes-Benz’s W 176 model range. Power is supplied by a double overhead camshaft, 2 litre turbocharged 4 cylinder engine, with 4 valves per cylinder that produces power and torque figures of 208 bhp (211 PS/155 kW) at 5500 rpm and 300 N·m (221 lb·ft/30.6 kgm) at 1200-4000 rpm respectively.
A 7 speed automatic gearbox supplies the power to the wheels. The Mercedes-Benz A 250 Sport weighs a stated 1445 kg at the kerb. It is said to be able to manage a maxiumum speed of 240 km/h which is 149 mph, official fuel consumption figures are 8.4/5.1/6.4 l/100km urban/extra-urban/combined, and carbon dioxide emissions are 148.0 g/km.
Our customer arrived with a poor performing stage one which was already installed when he bought the car and requested our stage 2 custom software remap along with some fuel overrun pops and bangs .Here is the final dynamo-meter Diagram that shows a stable power line from both horsepower and torque curves.
The car is equipped with a free flow air filter and a complete exhaust system and the final numbers are 263ps and 446nm using Aral 102 octane fuel.This engine management system calibration is compatible with 100 or 102 octane fuel.