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Electric Cars

2014 Mercedes B-Class Electric Drive Will Cost $41,450

2014 B-Class Electric Drive

Mercedes-Benz USA announced pricing for the all-new MY14 B-Class Electric Drive, which is the first electric offering for the brand in the United States.

The B-Class Electric Drive is priced at $41,450, excluding $925 destination and delivery. Customers may be eligible for federal tax credits (which run up to $7,500) or state/local tax credits, which further enhance the overall offering.

The B-Class Electric Drive sets clear standards in terms of comfort, quality and safety for up to five occupants. The B-Class Electric Drive, bearing the unmistakable three-pointed star trademark, will launch in summer of 2014. read more »

Passenger Cars

Sponsored: Mercedes-Benz’s Death Valley Challenge

Hollywood stars Joshua Jackson and Diane Kruger have teamed up to show off the amazing potential of the Mercedes-Benz B-Class F-CELL in their new film “Mercedes-Benz TV: Defying Death Valley.” The B-Class F-CELL is a Mercedes-Benz electric car made for mass production, and it’s only emission is pure water. Filming the whole way, Joshua and Diana brought no water with them, relying solely upon the car’s emissions for survival. read more »

Passenger Cars

Mercedes Benz Vito Motability Vehicle Review

Mercedes Benz Vito

If you’re after a reliable and good lick Motability people carrier, then the likes of the Renault Trafic, Renault Master, and Volkswagen Transporter likely appeal to you. But what if you want something a little more premium and special in general?

Enter the Mercedes-Benz Vito, a premium people carrier that promises to transport you and your family/friends in style.

From the outside the Vito is really rather good looking. Whatever trim you go for it benefits from alloy wheels and a welcoming face, with sleek lines throughout the body work. It’s fair to say that this is no Alfa Romeo 4C, but nether-the-less it looks nice and sporty and stands out among the competition mentioned above. read more »