Photo of 2015 GLA-Class courtesy of MBUSA.

Photo of 2015 GLA-Class courtesy of MBUSA.

Mercedes-Benz has added technology upgrades to its GLA-Class luxury crossover for the 2016 model year that include a 7-inch display, improved voice clarity for navigation, and a keyless entry option.

The GLA250, which debuted with the 2015 model year as the automaker's entry SUV, will also include a new media interface with pre-wiring for Garmin Map Pilot navigation. HD Voice will improve the clarity of spoken directions.

The GLA250 adds several standard features for 2016 including keyless start, dual-zone climate control, and seat cushion length adjustment. Dynamic Select replaces Agility and offers four driving modes including Comfort, Eco, Sport, and Sport+.

Reconfigured option packages include adding Keyless-Go to the Premium Package and an available back-up camera that now provides a 180-degree field of view. The power passenger seat is now available as a stand-alone option.