Even though Mercedes unveiled some sporty cars such as the AMG GT at the Paris Motor Show, models like the B-Class shouldn’t be ignored either. The B-Class facelift made its debut with a series of styling tweaks and no other notable improvements.
To begin with, buyers will get a revised front grille, new LED daytime running lights and revised alloy wheels. LED High Performance headlamps are available as an optional extra alongside bi-color LED taillights.
Power is offered by a 1.6-liter 122hp engine while a more potent 156hp variant is available too. If you want more power there’s the 2.0-liter 184hp engine as well as a 211hp version of it.
Diesel units range from a 1.5-liter powerplant delivering 90 horses to a 2.1-liter with 136 horsepower or 177 horsepower. A zero-emission B-Class Electric Drive with a 180hp unit and a 28 kWh lithium-ion battery is available too.
The new Mercedes B-Class will be available starting November with a price tag of €27,102.