Tyre for Mercedes B-Class

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The Mercedes-Benz B-Class is a compact luxury car produced by German automaker Mercedes-Benz since 2005. Mercedes-Benz markets it as a sports compact tourer. It is similar to the A-Class, though bigger and with bigger engines. The European New Car Assessment Programme (Euro NCAP) classifies it as a small MPV (multi-purpose vehicle).[1] As of December 20, 2013, delivery of B-Class vehicles reached 1 million since the launch of the B-Class in 2005.[2]

In 2005 it was introduced in spring in Europe and in autumn in Canada. The B-Class is a front-wheel drive car with a sandwich floor construction and a parabolic rear suspension.[3]

All models included many passive automobile safety systems like ESP, ABS, traction control, cornering lights, active lighting system, and headlamp assist.[4] In the event of a frontal impact the engine and transmission slides beneath the passenger compartment.

In 2008 it was updated with a start-stop system and a BlueEFFICIENCY option.[5] A new NGT variant was added, which could burn either gasoline or natural gas.[6]

In 2011 Mercedes-Benz did a world tour with three of its Mercedes-Benz F-Cell vehicles, one of which was the B-Class. The hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicle was driven more than 30,000 kilometres in a circumnavigation of the globe, starting and ending in Stuttgart.[7]

The second generation B-Class was introduced at the 2011 International Motor Show Germany.[8] European models went on sale in November 2011. Japan models went on sale in April 2012. They assembled at Rastatt, Germany,[9] and from 2011 at Kecskemet, Hungary.[10] By summer 2013, over 230,000 second generation B-Class cars had been delivered.[11]

It included new gasoline and diesel engines, mated to either a six-speed manual or seven-speed dual-clutch transmission.[12] Drag coefficient was lowered, despite growing in overall dimensions to the benefit of interior space. A new four-cylinder engine was introduced with the model, the M270.[13]

New safety systems included adaptive cruise control, blind spot assist and, a collision prevention adaptive brake system.[14]

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