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Brabus Tunes Mercedes-Benz GLA45 AMG up to 400 HP

Motor Trend logo Motor Trend 10/22/2014 Megan Stewart

Mercedes-Benz and Brabus have teamed up once again to create upgrade kits for the GLA-Class lineup, complete with engine tuning for both the gasoline- and diesel-powered models. But for the GLA45 AMG, Brabus not only upgrades the engine, it adds enhanced aerodynamic components and tailor-made 21-inch Brabus Monoblock wheels.

The PowerXtra CGI B45 kit for the GLA 45 AMG raises the top-of-the-line model's power from the standard 355 hp and 332 lb-ft of torque to 400 hp and 369 lb.-ft., lettingenabling the all-wheel drive vehicle to go from 0-62 mph in an estimated 4.4 seconds up to a top speed of 168 mph when equipped with the V/max unit.

However, the GLA45 AMG isn't the only model in the GLA lineup to receive special attention. Brabus is offering a performance kit for the GLA 250 equipped with the turbocharged 2.0-liter four-cylinder engine with either front- or all-wheel drive. The PowerXtra B25 performance upgrade kit will boost power from 211 hp to 245 hp, with torque going from 350 to 385 lb.-ft. The kit will even increase top speed to 155 mph and shave milliseconds off its 0-60 time.

2015 Mercedes Benz GLA Class by Brabus© Provided by MotorTrend 2015 Mercedes Benz GLA Class by Brabus

Even the GLA 220 CDI, not sold in the U.S., has an upgrade kit tailored to meet its needs. The ECO PowerXtra D3 features a plug-and-play auxiliary control unit to pump out an additional 40 hp for a total of 210 hp, while torque increases to 302 lb.-ft. The new 0-62 time comes to just 8.0 seconds, and top speed jumps to 137 mph.

For all models in the GLA lineup, Brabus offers sport stainless-steel quad exhausts, a diffuser insert for the rear bumper, body styling components, LED underfloor lighting, a Brabus rear spoiler, alloy wheels, sport springs, and leather interior touches.

Source: Brabus

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