The 2019 Mercedes-Benz B200 came in the following variants
and we’ve recorded 64 prices that people paid when buying new. The biggest discount
achieved in 2019 on a new Mercedes-Benz B200 was
about $167 or 0.29% off. If you’re trying to sell and would like to
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Last time you lay your eyes on the B-Class, you probably didn’t give it a second glance. Now, under this new 2019 edition, you’re more likely to be unable to take your eyes off it. The transformation is striking, such is the lively presentation of the B200 with a longer wheelbase, sleek rooftop and other elaborate details. At its heart is a 1.3L turbo-four mated to a seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox and FWD setup. It’s a combination that works well in unison, offering an exuberant aura and having strong presence on the roads. It is also one frugal hatch, with fuel consumption a miserly 5.4L per 100km, putting it on par with some hybrid vehicles being sold today. Being well-specced in terms of performance is one thing, but the B200 also crows loads of kit, additional cabin room and extra boot space over its A-Class sibling to attract value-conscious buyers. Many will appreciate the supreme comfort on offer, with a swank interior enveloping and supporting occupants, and a softer suspension setup proving invaluable. Leading the safety suite is a comprehensive offering of nine airbags, although it’s so easy to overlook the active safety technology such is its understated brilliance. It’s not quite a hatch, nor an SUV, but for the best of both worlds, the B200 will be a source of joy for years to come.
The last version of the Mercedes-Benz B200 to be sold across Australia featured front-wheel drive configuration. For a comparable brand that typically offers a greater assortment of all-wheel drive vehicles, you might want to have a look at the Audi range. Audi was the pioneer of the Quattro AWD set-up, which offers a delicate and poised ride. On top of that, it brings with it the same luxurious touches and amenity that is common in Mercedes-Benz's vehicles, so you really do have a great alternative at hand.
The Mercedes-Benz B200 is a little shy of 4.3 metres in length, while in terms of width and height it comes in slightly more than 2 metres and 1.6 metres respectively. For its size, the B200 feels roomy, spacious and in no ways cramped - something that the entire family will be able to appreciate. This is a fantastic family car, and space optimisation is one of the catalysts for that.
The Mercedes-Benz B200 is no longer sold in Australia after being discontinued by the German auto-maker. In its place, the B180 still lives on as the only model within the B-Class range, starting from $48,000 before on-road costs. The B200 is still available in the second-hand market, but why settle for a car from yesteryear when you can step into something new and modern.
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the 2019 Mercedes-Benz B200. We compile all the data including the
original RRP (retail list price) when new, including the on-road costs (GST, dealer pre-delivery, CTP, stamp
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the Mercedes-Benz dealer back in 2019.
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