Mercedes-Benz B-Class review - Should I buy one?
Sport models add leather upholstery, privacy glass, a reversing camera and xenon headlamps with LED running lights.
Running costs should also be reasonably affordable; all four engines have stop-start systems, so fuel and emissions figures compare well with those of other small family hatchbacks.
However, despite its desirable Mercedes badge, the B-Class has never enjoyed particularly strong resale values, and we don't know if that will change with this new car.
It's not cheap, either; prices start at £21,290, which is around £2000 more than the equivalent Volkswagen Golf. Yes, the Mercedes is roomier and more versatile, but the Golf is plenty roomy enough and it's much better to drive.
While the new B-Class is a vast improvement on the old one, then, it still doesn't trouble the class leaders.
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