2017 Mercedes-Benz B-Class ratings and reviews

The compact 2017 Mercedes-Benz B-Class is one of the few vehicles of its kind that feels larger inside than it looks with its surprising interior legroom, headroom, and cargo area. Although the electric-only vehicle comes in just one trim level, the 250e, most drivers may not see a need to add anything extra. A host of standard features includes stability and traction control systems, 17-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth connectivity, memory seating, a heated windshield, and HD radio. Mercedes-Benz does offer a wide range of packages, though, for customization, including an interior package with ambient lighting and heated seats and Premium 3, a package that includes a rearview camera and navigation. The B-Class’ electric engine pulls off an impressive 251 lb-ft of torque and ranges about 84 miles combined (85 city and 82 highway) and features a charging system that can reboot the battery in about 3 ½ hours.

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The compact 2017 Mercedes-Benz B-Class is one of the few vehicles of its kind that feels larger inside than it looks with its surprising interior legroom, headroom, and cargo area. Although the electric-only vehicle comes in just one trim level, the 250e, most drivers may not see a need to add anything extra. A host of standard features includes stability and traction control systems, 17-inch alloy wheels, Bluetooth connectivity, memory seating, a heated windshield, and HD radio. Mercedes-Benz does offer a wide range of packages, though, for customization, including an interior package with ambient lighting and heated seats and Premium 3, a package that includes a rearview camera and navigation. The B-Class’ electric engine pulls off an impressive 251 lb-ft of torque and ranges about 84 miles combined (85 city and 82 highway) and features a charging system that can reboot the battery in about 3 ½ hours.




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