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MERCEDES BENZ B-Klasse Series/Models Timeline, Specifications and Pictures

Generations: 5
First production year: 2005
Engines: Gasoline, Diesel, Natural gas, Electric
Body style: Van
 

2018 - Present

Based on the MFA2 platform, an evolution of the previous generation's architecture, the Mercedes-Benz B-Class W247 brings a number of improvements over its predecessor. More interior space for both passengers and their luggage, alongside an all-new engine lineup and the MBUX infotainment system should make the new car get back to its leading position in the European compact MPV segment. ...

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gasoline engines:

  MERCEDES BENZ B-Class (W247) B 180 7AT (136 HP)

  MERCEDES BENZ B-Class (W247) B 200 7AT (163 HP)

diesel engines:

  MERCEDES BENZ B-Class (W247) B 180d 7AT (116 HP)

  MERCEDES BENZ B-Class (W247) B 200d 8AT (150 HP)

  MERCEDES BENZ B-Class (W247) B 220d 8AT (190 HP)

2014 - 2018

In 2014, the second generation Mercedes-Benz B Class MPV got a mid-life refresh, gaining better looks, revised equipment lines and more comfort features. The biggest visual changes can be seen at the front, where everything is new, starting with redesigned LED headlights, a new bumper, hood and grille. Some of the treatment has also been applied at the rear while the side lines appear a bit m...

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2008 - 2010

Designed as a city vehicle suit for five, and with a minivan stance, the B-class received a refresh in 2008 for the entire lineup. Mercedes-Benzi introduced the B-Class in 2005 on the same platform as the A-Class, but the German carmaker had something else in mind: to develop the A as a compact hatchback/sedan and let the B be the little minivan. Starting with 2009, the Euro 5 pollution norms...

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