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Mercedes B250e B250e

Main Specifications

Years of Production 2015 - 2017
Country of Manufacture Germany (Mercedes)
Accel. 0-60 mph 7.7 s 367 out of 664
Range 87 miles 618 out of 664
Battery 31 kWh 590 out of 664
Accel. 0-60 mph 7.7 s
Battery pack capacity 31 kWh
Range 87 miles
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Charge Ports
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7.7 s
Accel. 0-60 mph
99 mph
Top speed

Specs of Mercedes B250e

Battery and Charging

Range EPA
87 miles (140 km)
Range NEDC
124 miles (200 km)
Range WLTP
105 miles (169 km)
Battery pack capacity
31 kWh
Max charging power (AC)
9.6 kW
Max charging power (DC)
N/A

Powertrain

Accel. 0-60 mph
7.7 s
Top speed
99 mph (160 km/h)
Engine power
179 hp (133 kW)
Engine torque
251 lb-ft (340 Nm)
Efficiency
36 kWh/100 miles
Drive type
FWD
Motor type
Permanent-magnet

Body and Chassis

Number of seats
5
Dimensions (LxWxH)
171.6 x 71.3 x 61.3 in
Wheelbase
106.3 in
Curb weight
3803 lb
Cargo volume
17.7 ft3
Towing capacity
N/A

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About Mercedes B250e

The Mercedes-Benz B250e is a subcompact all-electric MPV produced by German automaker Mercedes-Benz. It was unveiled at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Production for retail customers began in April 2014 at Mercedes-Benz Rastatt factory.
PERFORMANCE
The power delivery is wonderfully linear and every bit as energetic as the official acceleration figure suggests, providing the B-class Electric Drive with more than adequate performance in typical urban driving conditions. The B-class Electric Drive handles in a tidy and predictable manner, thanks in part to its electric motor and battery being mounted low, with the result that its centre of gravity is 40mm lower than regular B-class models.
CHARGE
Fully recharging the electric B-Class via a 16-amp home wall socket will take around nine hours if the battery is empty. Using a 400-volt three-phase electricity supply, the car can be recharged in just three hours.
INTERIOR
The car is also a handy size, well-packaged and nicely finished inside. The big, tablet-sized screen on the dashboard might look a little clunky, but is ideally placed and the graphics and presentation of Mercedes-Benz's sat-nav system is first rate. There is even two trim levels to choose from - Sport and Electric Art.

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