The new, B face of Mercedes
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A second drive around Greater Noida's Buddh International Circuit really saw the B-Class coming on its own. The drive at the F1 track was sporty, the car easily tackled the steep corners even at speeds above 80 kmph, and the ride was comfortable. This is where the stiff suspension tuning helped, but Mercedes, is this really your target market?
Interiors are typically Mercedes with features such as the COMAND audio-visual telematics system—in fact, this is the first Mercedes we drove that features on-board GPS/navigation. The car also comes with Mercedes' Blue Efficiency technology, which essentially means comparatively environmental-friendly operation of the car. There is also adequate space at the back and a huge boot space that makes one often forget that this is a hatch and not a sedan. As a conclusion, we'd say that this is a great car to buy if you really want a Mercedes and can't spend more than R25 lakh. After all, it's loaded with features and looks pretty, though not from all angles. For other MB fans, hold on for the A-Class, it will be yet cheaper and much sportier.
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