Both petrol models, the B180 and B200, use the same 1,6-litre, four-cylinder turbocharged engine. In the B180 it produces 90 kW/200 N.m, and in the B200 115 kW/250 N.m, but even so, Mercedes-Benz claims identical fuel consumption figures for both, at 5,9 L/100 km.
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The second-generation Mercedes-Benz B-Class is now available in South Africa. With an all-new look, a new range of petrol and diesel engines and a wider range of features, the new B-Class is clearly aimed at a younger age group than the model it replaces.
Mercedes-Benz has unveiled its latest-generation B-Class at the 2011 Frankfurt Motor Show.
Mercedes-Benz has lifted the wraps from its new B-Class ahead of its official Frankfurt Motor Show unveiling. Catch some of the new car’s highlights in the first official video.
On the back of piqued public interest from a series of teaser photos and leaked information, Mercedes has now officially revealed the all-new B-Class ahead of its official unveiling at the Frankfurt Motor Show. Along with more rakish styling, the new car introduces a raft of big-car safety features as well as a a wide array of small-displacement, turbocharged powerplants.