2015 Mercedes B-Class facelift spied with minor changes

 2015 Mercedes B-Class facelift spied with minor changes
2015 Mercedes B-Class spy photo / Automedia

Will compete with the BMW 2-Series Active Tourer

The Mercedes B-Class was introduced nearly three years ago, so the company is preparing a minor facelift for the model.

Caught undergoing cold weather testing, the facelifted model appears to feature a new front bumper, a revised grille and restyled head and taillights. We can also see a new exhaust system that is better integrated into the rear bumper.

Our spies couldn't get close enough to snap interior photos but the car is expected to feature minor changes and an updated infotainment system.

Engine options will likely carryover but there could be some modifications for improved performance and reduced fuel consumption.

The facelifted B-Class could be introduced later this year, so look for a possible debut at the Paris Motor Show.

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Comments (3)

 GariChiu GariChiu
Will it have 7 seats?
March 13, 2014 2:12 am
 Sacto8780 Sacto8780
I would not be surprised that Mercedes-Benz is seriously looking at selling the B-class in the USA for the first time. The reason is simple: BMW's announcement they will offer the 2-Series Active Tourer in the USA market starting calendar year 2015. The obvious likely drivetrain: the 201 bhp turbocharged I-4 found on the CLA 250 sedan.
March 13, 2014 1:14 am