When did the Mercedes Benz B class come out?

When did the Mercedes Benz B class come out?

As of December 20, 2013, delivery of B-Class vehicles reached 1 million since its the launch in 2005. In 2005 it was introduced in spring in Europe and in autumn in Canada.

How big is the boot on a Mercedes B class?

The B-Class line specifically refers to a compact executive vehicle with a four-door hatchback body style. Q: How big is the boot on a Mercedes B Class? A: The interior space offered in the Mercedes-Benz B Class is the same across all model years at 21.6 cubic feet of trunk space and a maximum of 51.4 cubic feet with the rear seats folded down.

What’s the name of the BMW new class?

The New Class coupes introduced the Hofmeister kink, which has been used on most BMW cars since. Another legacy of the New Class is the iconic 02 Series, which are a shortened version of the New Class sedans.

Bigger and more expensive than the A-Class, it debuted in 2005 and seemed to be a cross between a conventional hatch and a mini-MPV but as the latter market migrated to seven-seat cars, the five seat B-Class again looked slightly out of step with public opinion. As a result of this and pricing which looked optimistic, sales were slow.

What to look for in a Mercedes B class?

Having forked out a serious amount of money for a B-Class, Mercedes had the chutzpah to demand another £205 for the EasyVario seating system, which allows the rear and front passenger seats to be removed. Make sure any used example you look for includes this useful feature.

What kind of fuel economy does a Mercedes B class have?

The B180 CDI gets 50.4mpg and emits 146g/km while still being capable of an 11s 0-60 sprint, while the B200 CDI adds another 30bhp with no penalty in combined fuel economy or emissions. This gets to 60mph in 9.3s and will only run out of mumbo at 134mph.