Is the Mercedes-Benz B-Class the right car for you?
Like the look of the all-new Mercedes-Benz A-Class bit need a bit more space? Then the all-new Mercedes-Benz B-Class may well be the answer. And best of all, you still get the stunning state-of-the-art interior we first saw on the all-new A-Class.
In the B-Class you get a fully digital display and cluster, complemented by the striking turbine vents, along with other quality Mercedes-Benz interior traits. There is plenty of head and leg room thanks to the cars taller body and you get a much bigger boot than the regular cutting-edge Mercedes-Benz hatchback.
The cabin and interior is a lot more accessible than a conventional hatch too. There is plenty of space for people over six-feet tall. Petrol and diesel variants are available, offering plenty of poke despite its larger profile. The boot space is one of the largest in class and can be enhanced with split folding rear seats too.
What versions are available?
Engines and Transmissions
Currently, there is one choice of engine and transmission available with the B-class, when choosing one as part of the Motability scheme. This is the form of the Mercedes-Benz B-Class B200 Sport, which uses a 1.3-litre petrol engine mated to a 6-speed manual transmission.
The B-Class is available in its standard MPV bodystyle, ensuring plenty of space and headroom, along with 5-doors.
The B200 Sport model offers a great standard specification. This includes a 180 degree reversing camera, 7-inch display in instrument panel, 7-inch touchscreen media display, Active lane keeping assist, Attention assist - Monitors steering behaviour and long journey fatigue, Cruise control and DYNAMIC SELECT with a choice of driving modes (ECO, Comfort, Sport, Sport+ and Individual).
Order the Mercedes-Benz B-Class through Motability at Stratstone
If you are looking for a smart, executive, premium MPV, the Mercedes-Benz B-Class is a fine choice.
With sharp design details, both inside and out, and of course the appeal of the Mercedes-Benz brand, the B-Class makes for a fine selection via the Motability scheme.