While most automakers are have given up on minivans, Mercedes-Benz isn’t willing to follow suit. Thus, earlier this year they launched the third-gen B-Class.

Underpinned by the same platform as the latest -AClass, the B-Class has a slightly larger footprint than the car it replaces.

Inside, it has onus of legroom and headroom at the back and with a slithering rear terrace that’s coming shortly, the 2019 B-Class is increasingly becoming even more practical. Boot space is very good, and it can become even better with the buttock benches folded down. As for the rest of the interior, expect -AClass quality and technology aspects, in particular the brand-new MBUX infotainment system that’s on the standard paraphernalium list.

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The slightly higher driving posture in comparison with the hatchback provides good all around visibility. And on the go, AutoExpress says the new B-Class is a really nice car to drive, although that 7-speed DCT gearbox can feel a bit shy seldom. Still, in 220 d flavor, act is almost at the same level with sizzling hatches.

Merc’s people carrier, which will be available in Europe starting December 3, does have other strong and weak points, which are detailed in the video review that follows right below.

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