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Mercedes Benz B Class facelift launch price Rs. 27.95 lakhs

2015 Mercedes B Class facelift India launch-002
2015 B-Class is the third launch by Mercedes Benz India this year.

Mercedes Benz India has just launched the updated B-Class hatchback.

Mercedes Benz B-Class facelift was unveiled at 2014 Paris Motor Show. The car is embellished with revised exteriors, moulding the car in accordance with the company’s latest design philosophy.

2015 Mercedes B Class facelift India launch-002

2015 B-Class is the third launch by Mercedes Benz India this year.

What it took to bring the car in-line with other latest Mercs is careful redesigning of key exterior elements. 2015 Mercedes B-Class wears completely redesigned front and rear bumpers adding more than just a pinch of sportiness, more conspicuous front grille, LED headlamps with built-in Daytime Running Lights (DRL), LED tail lights and new alloy wheel design.

Interior of new B Class facelift receives ambient lighting with 12 colour options, new 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system, fresh upholstery and new interior accents of carbon fibre and metal.

On mechanical front, new 2015 B Class facelift gets same petrol engine and upgraded diesel motor. B Class B 180 uses 1.6 litre petrol engine producing 120 bhp max power and 200 Nm peak torque, while B 200 CDI harnesses 136 PS and 300 Nm from same 2.1 litre diesel motor. Based on MFA (Modular Front Architecture), the sports tourer is front wheel driven, via 7G-TRONIC automatic transmission (in both variants).

2015 Mercedes Benz B Class facelift price is Rs. 27.95 lakhs for B 180 Sport and Rs. 28.95 lakhs for B 200 CDI (ex-showroom Mumbai).

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