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by Alex Gibson

The facelifted Mercedes-Benz B-Class has been spied testing again, wearing less camouflage than before and giving more clues about the compact MPV’s refreshed design.

Reshaped headlights hug the outer edges of the updated Mercedes-Benz B-Class’ grille, which sits more upright than before, mimicking the look of the smaller A– and CLA-Class models.


Harder to see is the car’s updated lower front bumper and intakes, which are likely to adopt Mercedes’ new, more fluid design language.

As our earlier B-Class spy shots revealed, the refreshed model appears to today’s car from the side, retaining its unique, wave-like body contours. Shots of the rear highlight the B-Class’ partially disguised tail-lights, which feature a new light graphic that does away with the current car’s clear inner strip.


Rounding out the changes is a restyled rear bumper, housing more cleanly integrated, sqared-off exhaust outlets.

The upgrades to the facelifted B-Class are also expected to extend to its powertrains and interior, though details are scarce at this stage. The car is expected to be unveiled next year in time for a local arrival sometime in 2015.

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