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The B Class is smart inside, comfortable and really practical. If you’re looking for a genuine SUV alternative and you don’t need seven seats, it’s well worth a look. Unless you plan to do big miles, go with the entry-level B180 petrol in Sport or Sport Executive trim.get the best price
The trimSee full equipment
The list of standard equipment includes climate control, LED headlights, cruise control, manmade-leather seats and 17in alloys. Go for Sport Executive, though, because you'll get a bigger infotainment screen, smartphone mirroring, power-folding door mirrors and some extra parking aids.
The engineSee full engine specs
Produces its maximum pulling power low down in the rev, so it feels plenty punchy enough around town and, unlike some diesels, delivers its power progressively rather than in one big rush when the turbocharger kicks in.
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