The new Mercedes-Benz B-Class 2015

The new Mercedes-Benz B-Class 2015

OneShift Editorial Team
OneShift Editorial Team
15 Jan 2015

A high-grade, functional interior underscores the B-Class's claim to leadership. The facelift gives the vehicle a more exclusive, up-to-date feel while boosting the scope for individualization. Mercedes-Benz has enhanced a number of high-quality details in the B-Class, such as the large, free-standing head unit display, which is now larger, with a diagonal of up to 20.3 cm (8 inches), and the stylish dial layout for the instrument cluster. There is a choice of 12 colours for the ambient lighting, allowing different moods to be created.

Mercedes-Benz has also revised the model range and aligned the logic to the other compact models. There are three new design and equipment lines: Style, Urban and AMG Line. Each features a number of distinctive exterior and interior details. The Night, Exclusive and AMG Exclusive packages build on these and provide more options for individualization.

New optional extras include the KEYLESS-GO starting function – whereby the vehicle is started by pressing the starter button - and also KEYLESS-GO. This access and drive authorization system, which also incorporates the KEYLESS-GO starting function, allows the vehicle to be opened, started and locked simply by carrying the electronic key with you.

Next-generation telematics offer more intuitive operation; functions are more accessible due to animated menus and visual representations on a larger display in the head unit.

Credits: Oneshift News Team

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