Mercedes-Benz introduced the entry-level compact CLA sedan to the U.S. in 2013 to court a younger generation of drivers. Its $29,900 price tag made it one of the most affordable ways into German luxury, and its sporty design appealed to 20-something professionals. According to Automotive News, Mercede-Benz is ready to take another chance on freshmen owners by offering an even lower cost option, the 2018 A-class.

The A-class, which has been available in Europe for nearly 20 years, was originally kept from the North American market due to its European-focused utilitarian appeal. Luxury hatchbacks lacked acceptance in the U.S. and Mercedes’ first attempt, the C230, left the firm nothing but disappointment.

The new entry-level Benz will debut as a sedan and will feature similar architecture to the CLA sedan and GLA crossover. The Three-Pointed Star expects the A-class to account for 5% of U.S. sales by 2020.