The car has a sophisticated exterior with rounded corners, but it looks very similar to the A3.
The Mercedes 'Iridium Silver' paint costs an extra $1190 and this particular silver is a standout on every Mercedes. The B 180 is no exception. It’s quite neat and compact and looks good on the road.
The interior is much more special, with an extraordinarily wide screen and a completely digitalised dash.
Along with the circular air vents full of chrome spokes, it gives the feeling of being in a futuristic cockpit, and that feeling is amplified at night when the whole dash area lights up.
Cars are really starting to look more like we used to imagine the ‘cars of the future’ would.
There are leather-look seats in this model, which I find a bit low-rent for Mercedes, but you can upgrade the seats if you choose to.
The steering wheel is leather and is nice under the hands and this model came with the 'Vision Package' for an extra $2490 which gives you a large panoramic sunroof which extends to the back among other things.
The whole centre console area is well designed with some high gloss accents and it all makes you feel good while driving.