Unbelievable how many versions there are the B-Class: gasoline, diesel and natural gas engine, with the fuel cell hydrogen fueling and with eight cylinders built from the training workshop. Ony as a hybrid it isn't avaiable, but Daimler CEO Zetsche has promised. So we have here the pure e-variant.
In the data you may notice that 16.6 kWh consumption per 100 km, 200 km range and 28 kWh total capacity somehow do not fit together. But perhaps here the 30 km of additional range are meant that are to be paid extra including heated windscreen and 'isolation measures'.
Despite the extending of range the indication of 200 km has to be taken not very serious as with many other manufacturers, too. Either one drives without any additional electrics or expects more towards 20 kWh with a corresponding charge in winter.
Additional design, to identify the vehicle inside and especially outside as an e-car again costs 2,300 euros extra. But this is possible only in the colors blue and white. Again additional 416,50 euros the recuperation is even radar-assisted and controllable via steering paddles. The in 2016 best kind of fast charging costs again about 300 euros.
A wallbox has been not yet acquired. The cost fee is about 900 euros, nearly the same price as at BMW. In summary, the B-Class remains an electric car with a lot of capacity, good standard equipment (for example, collision avoidance, 2. video below) and relatively short range. Its quick charging capabilities now extra available. 04/16