B-Class

  • Stuttgart/Hochgurgl, Dec 6, 2018 - Drivers who are often confronted with difficult road conditions, and may even find themselves in mountainous regions, know the true value of all-wheel drive. At Mercedes-Benz there is a host of tailor-made solutions right across the entire range for drivers who appreciate high reserves of traction and excellent agility combined with optimum handling safety, and who therefore turn to a 4x4 drive system.
  • Fuel consumption, combined: 9.9-5.7 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 261-151 g/km*
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  • Stuttgart, Dec 3, 2018 - Prices for the new B Class start at 31,874.15 euros for the B 180 with 100 kW (136 hp) and a 7G-DCT dual clutch transmission (combined fuel consumption 5.6 – 5.4 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions 128-124 g/km) . The market launch will begin in February 2019.
  • Fuel consumption combined: 5.6-4.5 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 129-119 g/km*
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  • Stuttgart/Paris, Oct 2, 2018 - The new Mercedes-Benz B-Class puts the emphasis on sport with the Sports Tourer. It looks more dynamic than its predecessor and is more agile on the road while offering greater comfort.
  • Fuel consumption combined: 5.6-4.4 l/100 km; combined CO2 emissions: 129-115 g/km*
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  • Stuttgart, Aug 3, 2015 - Mercedes-Benz has just unveiled the facelifted A-Class, which reconciles the conflicting aims of sporty performance and enhanced comfort: numerous new features such as DYNAMIC SELECT and the suspension with adaptive damping adjustment are now also available for the B-Class, CLA and GLA. At the same time the model range of these model series has also been extended. New on the scene are frugal entry-level versions plus output-enhanced top models. The new compact models can be ordered with immediate effect, and deliveries will start in September. From the beginning of 2016 Apple® CarPlay® and MirrorLink® will also be available for all the compact cars.
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  • Stuttgart, Dec 17, 2014 - Locally emission-free, significantly more eco-friendly over its complete life cycle thanks to 64 percent lower CO2 emissions than the equivalent B 180 petrol model, generous in terms of space and range (200 km) and still dynamic on the road (output of 132 kW): the B-Class Electric Drive is a convincing proposition in all sorts of ways. Its high environmental compatibility has now also been confirmed by the inspectors at the TÜV Süd technical inspection authority, who have awarded the electric-drive Sports Tourer from Mercedes-Benz the environmental certificate in accordance with ISO standard TR 1406
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  • Stuttgart, Nov 26, 2014 - "For the best of what's coming up" - so says the advertising slogan for the new B-Class. The market launch of the new model will shortly no longer be one of the things covered by that slogan, for deliveries of the first units of the comprehensively updated Sports Tourer will be starting very soon, on 29 November. Mercedes-Benz has given its best-selling model a major facelift that includes exterior and interior enhancements along with attractive, redefined design and equipment lines such as the Electric Art line (exclusive for the B-Class Electric Drive) and AMG Line.
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  • Stuttgart, Nov 18, 2014 - For the market launch of the new B-Class, Mercedes-Benz is launching a broad-based campaign combining joie de vivre with intelligent foresight. Under the claim "For the best of what's coming up" the new sports tourer, which is now also available for the first time with a battery-powered drive, is positioned as an emotional lifestyle vehicle for young families – in the heart of a modern-day major city. The key message is:
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  • Stuttgart, Oct 22, 2014 - The new B-Class, which has just been presented to international journalists, comes with COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST PLUS as standard. Accident researchers at Mercedes-Benz anticipate that this feature could cut the number of serious rear-end collisions by up to 30 percent compared with vehicles that do not have a corresponding protective system. For their prognosis, the safety experts used figures from Germany's Federal Statistical Office to assess how effective standard-fit COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST has been in the B-Class to date and simulated digital accident data.
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  • Stuttgart, Sep 12, 2014 - In terms of both design and technology, the second generation of the B-Class car has heralded a new compact class era at Mercedes-Benz. More than 350,000 of the sports tourer have been sold since the market launch in late 2011. Now the best-seller from Mercedes-Benz has undergone a major facelift including exterior and interior enhancements along with attractive, redefined design and equipment lines.
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  • Stuttgart/New York, Mar 27, 2013 - A new-generation electric car is celebrating its world premiere at the 2013 New York International Auto Show: the Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive makes its debut with a dynamic design, high-quality interior and a high-torque electric motor for local emission-free driving. This makes for lively and effortless driving pleasure over a range of around 115 miles (200 km). In addition, the B-Class Electric Drive is digitally networked.
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  • Stuttgart, Sep 6, 2012 - With 16 percent less CO2 emissions, significantly cleaner exhaust gases than petrol or diesel fuel and around 50 percent lower fuel costs than a comparable petrol model, the new Mercedes B 200 Natural Gas Drive featuring, as its name suggests, a natural gas drive, has a lot to recommend it. The latest model in the successful B-Class family is due to make its public debut at the Paris Motor Show (27 September to 14 October 2012).
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  • Stuttgart, Jun 27, 2011 - More than 700,000 B-Class cars have been delivered to customers worldwide since the vehicle was launched on the market in 2005. “The B-Class enabled Mercedes-Benz to set new benchmarks in the premium compact segment,” says Dr. Joachim Schmidt. “Although its successor is about to be introduced, the B-Class is still extremely popular with customers. Since the beginning of the year, the vehicle has been posting especially strong growth in its two main markets, Germany and China.”
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  • Stuttgart, Mar 14, 2008 - After three successful years, Mercedes-Benz has overhauled the design and engineering of the B-Class. The facelift programme focused on environmental compatibility, economic efficiency and comfort, with further advances being made in each of these areas. Thanks to a series of detailed improvements, the four-cylinder engines now burn up to seven percent less fuel than previously, and distinguish themselves with remarkably low exhaust emissions that undercut the current EU limits by as much as 90 percent.
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