car2go Adds Mercedes-Benz GLA, CLA to Denver Fleet

Photo courtesy of car2go
Photo courtesy of car2go

car2go has announced that its members in Denver can now drive new all-wheel-drive Mercedes-Benz CLA four-door coupe and GLA five-passenger vehicles.

In addition, car2go has also expanded its Denver carsharing home area to include the following neighborhoods: Skyland, Clayton, North Park Hill, Northeast Park Hill, Overland Park, Hilltop, Belcaro, Corry-Merrill, and University Park.

"Our Denver members spoke and we listened," said Joseph Skelton, general manager for car2go Denver. "We're excited to provide members with a network of vehicles that deliver more room to roam with four-door five passenger vehicles plus an expanded Home Area for Denver members to get around much more easily and conveniently. At the end of the day, car2go Denver's new vehicles can accommodate more people and their things and are perfect for the Denver lifestyle with features like all-wheel drive, panoramic sunroofs, and hand-free trunk access."

All 100-plus car2go Denver CLAs and GLAs come equipped with Mercedes-Benz’s 4MATIC all-wheel drive system. The vehicles will be available in Night Black, Cirrus White, and Polar Silver.

Other vehicle features include rearview camera, Blind Spot Assist, adaptive braking, heated seats, panoramic sunroof, Bluetooth, Apple CarPay and Android Auto, and navigation.

Starting July 15, car2go will be offering free registration and drive credit for new Denver members, according to the company.

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