Mercedes A200 CDI Gets More Power from Brabus

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The Mercedes-Benz A200 CDI is now about 25 percent more powerful than the standard version after a short visit to the Brabus aftermarket "laboratory".
While it's still far from the fast and loud A45 AMG model, the mild 136 HP A200 CDI can boast 165 HP if taken with a Brabus badge and the tuner's default ECU remap.

The modified German hatchback also features small but effective visual improvements, consisting of a news set of gray ten-spoked alloy wheels and a twin dual-exhaust. To match it up, the Brabus A200 CDI was painted grey as well, which brings out a more aggressive stance.

Speaking of the Mercedes-Benz A Class, the extreme A45 AMG model will be unveiled at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show.
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