The Mercedes-Benz B-Class is essentially an enlarged version of the A-Class hatchback, though the company is marketing it as a ‘compact sports tourer’. It gets standard Mercedes-Benz styling cues like the dual-barrel headlamps with LED DRLs at front, a sculpted body with a striking body line that begins near the bottom of the front door and rises sharply over the rear wheel arches, the rear is smart with large tail-lamps and dual-exhaust pipes. Inside, the B-Class gets a leather wrapped steering and instrument cluster borrowed from the C-Class sedan, a dash-mounted multi-media screen and MMI controller. The seats are comfortable and snug and the cabin is roomy with quality parts used all around for a luxurious feel. It is available with both petrol and diesel powertrains with power sent to the front wheels.