The new Mercedes B-Class is finally here and getting closer and closer to its future customers as one of the coolest mom-mobiles ever, however those interested in the vehicle will still have to wait to March 2012, when the car will hit the showrooms.
The British division of Mercedes-Benz has just announced the prices for its new B-Class, so the cheapest version, the B189 SE entry-level, with its 1.6 liter turbocharged engine, delivering 120 BHP, returning 47.9 mpg and emitting 138 g/co of CO2, will cost 21.290 British pounds, which is actually almost 4.000 pounds more than the cheapest version of the Ford C-Max.
The cheapest diesel can be found on the B180 CDI and it’s bragging of returning 64 mpg and 115 g/km of CO2 for the price of 22.060 British pounds in the SE trim, while the Sport will be available from 23.360. The top of the range B200 CDI, with its 134 BHP, will be priced at £23.410 for the SE, while the Sport will cost £24.710.
The new Mercedes B-Class comes with a six-speed manual transmission as standard, with a seven-speed dual-clutch automatic as an option for all models at £1.450, but for £1.195 customers will be able to get a panoramic sunroof, a sat-nav for £495 or a 3G internet connection for £1.1995.