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2014 Mercedes-Benz B-Class B 250 Canada Prices

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Mercedes-Benz shocked the world when they came out with their first B-class car back in 2006. Today, the 2014 B250 is one of the most popular compact vehicles on the Canadian market and proves to be a great deal for the price. The 2014 Mercedes-Benz is the perfect entry-level car that will get you the famous Mercedes quality at an affordable price.



Don’t let anybody fool you about this car. Is it a little car, or is it a mini-SUV? Or a mini-minivan? The 2014 Mercedes-Benz B250 is a compact hatchback that is quickly growing on consumers. With its constant improvements, the B250 has become more appealing with each year. The 2014 Mercedes-Benz B250 is a solid car when compared to others in its class. Unlike the Honda Fit or the Ford Fiesta, the 2014 B250 doesn’t feel “tin-canny” and has obvious signs of being made with love at the Mercedes factory. The beautiful styling, badging, and interior all come together to provide luxury at a great value.

Inside the 2014 Mercedes-Benz B250 you’ll find the signature Mercedes interior with nice touches to bring everything together. The technology is very simple, maybe for some too simple, but gets the job done and has the features that are highly sought after. The screen is easy to read, the interface is simple and responsive, and the button that controls the module is in a very easy to reach place. Other great features included in this neat little car include a massive panoramic sunroof, an extremely tight turning radius, easy parking thanks to its compact size, and the Park Assist system is absolutely incredible.

When buying a compact car, generally the compromise is the large amount of noise from all the windows and minimal padding. Thankfully, the 2014 Mercedes-Benz B250 not only has large windows with great visibility, it provides great padding and resistance to outside elements, making interior noise as minimal as possible. Typically the nice styling and features are something you give up when buying a compact vehicle. Fortunately, with the Mercedes B250 you can have your cake and eat it too!

As an overview, the 2014 Mercedes-Benz has five wonderful selling points. The handling on this car is amazing. It’s small, fun to drive, and easy to park. Three important things to keep in mind for any mom on-the-go. The second is the plethora of interior space that can hold the entire family comfortably. The seats are wide and comfortable, perfect for your Sunday getaway. The styling inside the 2014 B250 is incredible and again, borrows the signature Mercedes-Benz quality from the rest of the luxury family. Fourth, the price point is perfect. For an entry-level car, you can get true luxury at a great value. Lastly, the Eco-Drive mode saves you money on fuel and also makes for a fun and peppy ride.

All in all, the 2014 Mercedes-Benz B250 has several fantastic features. No wonder it’s one of the most popular compact cars on the Canadian car market.



Trim / StyleMSRPEst. Monthly PaymentAverage PriceInvoice Price
B 250$30,500 Get Local Price Get Invoice Price
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General Specs

Engine 2.0000 L
Horsepower @RPM208
Fuel TypePremium Unleaded
Body typeHatchback
Number of Doors5
Passenger5
Drive TrainFront Wheel Drive
Transmission TypeManual
Power and Performance:

While it’s been a very practical and safe companion to our family, the 2014 Mercedes B250 has a 2.0-litre turbocharged engine that has also been a source of constant joy. At any moment, especially when the kids and wife are no longer onboard, this family-friendly over-grown hatchback turns into a nimble hot hatch willing you on to tackle the next bend at speed. There are some compromises, of course. Its performance credentials make it a harder ride than it probably could be (not helped by the low-profile tyres) and it’s certainly less suited to poorly-surfaced country roads, where it jiggles about too much.

On the plus side it’s not floaty. The seven-speed dual-clutch gearbox is quick in Sport mode and focused on efficiency in economy mode. We averaged around 7.8L/100km and could get it down to 6.1L/100km if saving fuel was a priority. Much better than the fuel efficiency ratings then some competitors in the same compact class.

Originally appeared on Car Advice

Interiors and Special Features:

Inside the 2014 Mercedes-Benz B250 is where traditional Mercedes enthusiasts will notice a change of seismic proportions – the new German compact king is all modern…but in the traditional ‘Benz way. Most noticeable and the three stylish, large circular air-vents on the centre console (positioned to maximize efficiency) and the dashboard itself is a totally new three-dimensional design available in a choice of three variants. Above the vents is the colour 14.7cm TFT screen (six-disc, six-speaker audio system) and everything is trimmed in a stylish combination of metallic, black-ash wood trim and piano black. Four analogue instruments are housed in a curved binnacle while the three-spoke steering wheel (height/reach adjustable) and supportive seats in Artico leather with contrasting stitching add a sporty touch. And here’s where the design-smarts of Mercedes-Benz come into play – the overall picture inside the 2014 B250 is dominated by abundant space.

Even with the rear seat in-place, the B250 provides a very impressive 488-litres of luggage space (the seat split-folds 60/40 for load-carrying versatility). And those in the back will be surprised by the amount of legroom this so-called small car provides. A tad surprising for a Mercedes-Benz, the 2014 B250 does not come standard with the safety of a reversing camera - it’s an additional option that will cost you extra. Satellite navigation (the usual excellent ‘Benz system) is also an additional option and brings with it a larger 17.8cm colour screen.

Originally appeared on Car Showroom

Safety features:

On numerous occasions the blind spot detection system in the 2014 Mercedes-Benz B250 has warned us of a motorbike casually cruising in the no-go zone and on one occasion the audible warning from the Benz’s front-collision detection system saved us from a potential minor rear-ending. Which if you think about it, paid for itself instantly.

During our test period we had an inattentive driver hit the back of the B250 while it was stationary at a red light. The Mercedes-Benz looked like someone might have hit it with a trolley while the offending car had extensive damage.

Speaking of safety, the 2014 B250’s lane departure monitoring system is also one of the best in the business and if you have a habit of being distracted by audio systems, it’s a lifesaver for making sure you’re aware of your lane position, unobtrusively, before it’s too late.

Originally appeared on Car Advice


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