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6 Mercedes Benz B-classs for sale in Australia

The Mercedes B-Class is no longer sold new in Australia. However, used models offer a luxurious interior, comfortable ride, spacious interior, and family-friendly features. It also boasts a five-star safety rating from ANCAP. While the B-Class is not available new, used models offer potential buyers a good value proposition.

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6 Mercedes Benz B-classs for sale in Australia

The Mercedes B-Class is no longer sold new in Australia. However, used models offer a luxurious interior, comfortable ride, spacious interior, and family-friendly features. It also boasts a five-star safety rating from ANCAP. While the B-Class is not available new, used models offer potential buyers a good value proposition.

Mercedes Benz B-class
W247 800MY B180 DCT
Used2019Auto50,707km
In Canning Vale
$39,990e.g.c

est. $153/wk

Mercedes Benz B-class
W247 B180 DCT
Used2019Auto52,704km
In Canning Vale
$34,990e.g.c

est. $134/wk

Mercedes Benz B-class
W247 800MY B180 DCT
Used2019Auto36,273km
In Canning Vale
$35,999e.g.c

est. $138/wk

Mercedes Benz B-class
W246 B250 DCT 4MATIC
Used2015Auto74,238km
In Bibra Lake
$23,989e.g.c

est. $92/wk

Mercedes Benz B-class
W247 801+051MY B180 DCT
Used2021Auto15,317km
In Maddington
$44,889e.g.c

est. $172/wk

Mercedes Benz B-class
W246 809MY B250 DCT 4MATIC
Used2018Auto66,955km
In Canning Vale
$29,990e.g.c

est. $115/wk

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Buyers' Guide

Mercedes Benz B-Class buying guide

Why buy Mercedes B-Class?


As of December 2023, the Mercedes B-Class is no longer available as a new model in Australia due to declining sales. However, prospective buyers can consider purchasing a used B-Class for various reasons. Known for its luxurious interior, comfortable ride, and practical features, the B-Class offers a spacious and family-friendly option with safety features that have earned it a five-star rating from ANCAP. If you seek a combination of luxury, comfort, and practicality, a used Mercedes B-Class could be a suitable choice.


Mercedes B-class range and updates

Unfortunately, as of December 2023, the Mercedes B-Class is no longer available for purchase new in Australia. However, before its discontinuation, the B-Class offered a range of models with varying fuel economies and driving ranges. For example, the B 180 petrol variant boasted a combined fuel consumption of 6.4 litres per 100 kilometres, translating to a range of approximately 700 kilometres on a full tank. The B 200d diesel model, known for its efficiency, achieved a combined fuel consumption of 4.4 litres per 100 kilometres, translating to an impressive range of roughly 900 kilometres on a full tank.

Mercedes B-Class tech and features

Technology:

  • MBUX infotainment system: This system features a 10.25-inch touchscreen display, voice control, and Apple CarPlay and Android Auto integration.
  • Digital instrument cluster: This 7-inch display replaces traditional analog gauges and can be customized to show various information.
  • Head-up display: This projects information such as speed, navigation instructions, and warning messages onto the windshield.
  • Navigation system: This system provides turn-by-turn directions and includes live traffic updates.

Features:

  • Automatic emergency braking: This system can help to prevent accidents by automatically applying the brakes if it detects a potential collision.
  • Lane departure warning: This system alerts the driver if the vehicle drifts out of its lane without using the turn signal.
  • Blind spot monitoring: This system uses sensors to detect vehicles in the driver's blind spots and provides a visual warning.
  • Parking sensors: These sensors help the driver to avoid hitting objects while parking.
  • Adaptive cruise control: This system maintains a safe distance from the vehicle in front by automatically adjusting the speed.

Base Model:

The base B 180 model in Australia included the following features as standard:

  • 17-inch alloy wheels
  • Leather steering wheel and gear shifter
  • Heated front seats
  • Power-adjustable front seats
  • Dual-zone climate control
  • Panoramic sunroof (optional)
  • Heated rear seats (optional)
  • Surround-view camera system (optional)


Mercedes B-Class running costs and value


While the B-Class is no longer sold new in Australia, understanding its running costs and value can help inform potential buyers of used models. Fuel consumption for the B 180 petrol model averaged 6.4L/100km. Depreciation varies depending on model year and mileage, but in general, a 2019 B 180 could be expected to retain around 50% of its purchase price after 5 years.

Breakdown:

Fuel Consumption:
  • Combined: 6.4L/100km
  • Urban: 7.0L/100km
  • Extra Urban: 5.0L/100km.
Servicing:
  • Frequency: 12 months/15,000km
  • Cost: $250 - $400 per service
Insurance:
  • Comprehensive: $700 - $1,500 per year
  • Third Party Property: $400 - $800 per year
Depreciation:
  • 1 year: 15%
  • 3 years: 35%
  • 5 years: 50%
Additional Costs:
  • Tyres: $1,000 every 4 years
  • Registration: $900 per year
Value:
  • New: $42,990
  • 1 year old: $36,541
  • 3 years old: $27,893
  • 5 years old: $21,495

Overall


The Mercedes B-Class is no longer sold new in Australia. However, used models offer a luxurious interior, comfortable ride, spacious interior, and family-friendly features. It also boasts a five-star safety rating from ANCAP. While the B-Class is not available new, used models offer potential buyers a good value proposition.

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