Mercedes B-Class review

Category: MPV

Section: Passenger & boot space

Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 rear seats
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 front tracking
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 rear tracking
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 dashboard
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 rear seats
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 infotainment
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 left static
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 left rear
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 front seats
  • Mercedes B-Class 2019 boot open
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 front tracking
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 rear tracking
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 dashboard
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 rear seats
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 infotainment
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 left static
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 left rear
  • Mercedes B-Class MPV 2020 front seats
  • Mercedes B-Class 2019 boot open
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Passenger & boot space

How it copes with people and clutter

Despite having a high-set, SUV-like driving position, there’s plenty of room in the front of the B-Class; even very tall people are well accommodated in the broad, high-roofed interior. Space is equally impressive in the rear seats, with plenty of head and leg room for two six-footers – or even three to sit side-by-side. 

That said, adult middle rear seat passengers probably won’t fancy a long trip; the firm, raised seat cushion isn't ideal. The rear seatbacks can be reclined for a more laid back seating position, or set to a more upright position to free up a bit more boot space. 40:20:40 split-folding rear seats come as standard for those occasions you need to carry more clobber.