Technical Details about the Mercedes Benz B-class Available in Eastern Europe

July 12, 2012 at 14:05

One of the main rules of the multinational business is nationalization. Without going too far, we can simply say that it is adapting products to the specific needs of the consumers in the certain areas due to their unique way of live and surrounding. Now wonder that the car concerns also engage into nationalization, because no wonder that countries differ and their roads differ. In such a way the off-roader is not going to be popular on crowed roads of Thailand. In such a way we want now to present the specific features of the B-class Mercedes model, which was earlier introduced in the Eastern European market, and you can compare and see the differences.

Photo of Mercedes Benz B-class

Photo of Mercedes Benz B-class

The most powerful version of the B-class Mercedes model available there can accelerate to the hundred kilometers in 8.4 seconds and the top speed of this car reaches 220 kilometers per hour. In city driving mode this car consumes 8.3 liters of fuel per hundred kilometers, while on the highway – 5 liters, and the combined cycle – 6.2 liters.

Photo of Mercedes Benz B-class side view

Photo of Mercedes Benz B-class side view

You can notice the main difference in the fuel consumption, as it is rather higher than in the European versions. Mainly this was done because of the lower density of cars in that market, however, we can certainly name Moscow as the exception.

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