Yea but German brands aren't really known for reliability so a second hand GLa could have a lot of bugs and problems. The Q30 is based on the same chassis as the Mercedes A-Class and if you wait a bit the price should go down and there are dealership sales too.Good review and he does make a good point of checking out its rivals, too many people are loyal to brands more than they should, it's so bad they're blind to what could be a better product, better to them.
Now with GLA's being out for some time already and based on the same platform, it might make sense to some to buy a used GLA.
Qx30 USA = Q30 Europe Qx30 sport USA = Q30 sport Europe Qx30 AWD USA =Q30 AWD Europe
Strange or what ???
Tell Americans they can't have the Q30 then say but hey you can have the Qxxx 30 it's got the x factor so your getting a better deal.
or are you just getting a different badge, bloody snobbery haha.
and given they all have tailgates I'm pretty sure they are all hatchbacks ??
I think 2.0t may be a better choice. If I went for the sport trim, I would go for 2.0t. For the proper QX30, I would go for 2.2d.Sounds like people will probably go with the 2.0-liter turbo QX30 if they want to go on the highway with it. Need that acceleration to get up to speed and merge.
Problem is, NA may not be getting the larger engine...