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Consumer Reviews for the Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive
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Very nice Car. Fantastic deal.
2014 Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive 4dr Hatchback (electric DD)
Good amount of power, which is especially impressive at lower speeds. Very quiet, velvet smooth, and handles just fine on winding canyon roads. Small on the outside and a breeze to park. Love the luxury appointments and standard technology: rain sensing windshield wiper controls, power memory seats, and even a buzzer that goes off if it thinks you are getting drowsy. Plenty of room in … the back seat for at least two adults. With the back seats folded down I can toss my bike in without taking off the front tire. The car is a little bit rough going over bumps, especially in the back seat. This may be partially due to the stiffness of the run flat tires. Wind noise is average. You probably should not buy this car as your only vehicle. The 70-110 mile range works for me because I rarely drive more than 60 miles in a day and we have 2 other cars. Update 2018: We traded in our leased 2014 for a new 2016 B250e to lease. It is just the same except for minor features and technology. My only problem is that the implementation of Android Auto is very flakey (Apple Carplay seems to work okay so far). Update 2019: Software update of Android Auto Apple CarPlay eliminated the problems. Now it is just slow to start and sometimes requires being plugged in a second time, just at the start.
What is a good price for a used 2016 Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive?
- According to Edmunds.com's True Market Value calculations, the retail price of a used 2016 Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive's most popular trim, the B 250e, in great condition with 84,000 miles on its odometer, is $19,066. Prices vary by trim, region and options included. Learn more
What kind of performance and mpg does the 2016 Mercedes-Benz B250e have?
- The 2016 Mercedes-Benz B250e has a front-mounted 132-kilowatt electric motor connected to a lithium-ion battery pack mounted beneath the floor, providing 177 hp and 251 pound-feet of torque to the front wheels. The EPA estimate for the 2015 B250e is 87 miles on average before running out of juice, translating to 85 MPGe in the city and 82 MPGe on the highway. The range-extending feature gives the B-Class EV an additional 15 miles, but Mercedes recommends that you use it only occasionally to prevent premature battery degradation. Recharging can take anywhere from 30 hours on standard 110-volt household current to 3.5 hours with the proper 240-volt charging station. The EPA rates the B250e's efficiency at 40 kWh of electric power used for 100 miles of driving. Learn more
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