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Mercedes seems to be already working on a facelift for its B Class. The updated model has a new front fascia with a revised grille and restyled headlights. There is also a new exhaust system that is neatly integrated into the rear bumper. The B Class is sold in India in both petrol and diesel variants. I am not a fan of the current B Class especially when the A Class is such a looker. Lets see when the facelift comes to India. Here are pics Source and more pics here : Worldcarfans
Mercedes has launched the B Class B180 CDI diesel at a price of Rs. 22.60 lakhs Ex Showroom Mumbai. There is only a single vaiant 'Style' . The B180 CDI is powered by a 2.2 litre diesel motor putting out 107 bhp @3200 - 4400 rpm with a torque rating of 250 Nm @1400 - 2800 rpm. Transmission is a 7 speed dual clutch auto. Mercedes also launched the Luxury Touring Trails contest where the winner will get to drive a B Class for one year and drive to his favourite holiday destination with Bollywood actors Abhay Deol and Aditi Rao Hydari ACI review here Some pictures from the launch
After huge hype including showcasing the car at showrooms and at the Buddh International Circuit, Mercedes has finally launched the cheapest Mercedes in their range in India. The B Class. It is the first Merc to be based on a new front wheel drive platform (MFA). The B will be sold as the B180 in petrol only and will be available in two variants: B180 : Rs 21.49 lakhs B180 Sport: Rs 24.87 lakhs (All prices Ex Showroom Delhi) The Sport in addition gets 17 inch alloys, chrome slats on the grille, twin pipe exhausts, sporty pedals, sporty leather-wrapped three-spoke steering wheel and bi-Xenon lamps. The B Class' direct competitors will be the BMW X1 and the Q3. The advantage the latter two have is that they come with diesel motors while the B come with only a petrol. Do you think this kind of a car will succeed in the market? What do you think about it pricing? Will the B Class change fortunes for Mercedes to make up lost ground to BMW and Audi? Lets hear from you