2012 Mercedes-Benz B Class Owner's Manual
The 2012 Mercedes-Benz B Class model is designed on an enlarged A-Class platform and inherits all the design features of the “younger” model.
The high level of safety in the Mercedes-Benz B-Class is ensured by the well-thought-out design of the crumple zones. In the event of a frontal collision, it can prevent or minimize injury to the driver and front passenger.
In addition, in the Mercedes-Benz B-Class, the driver and passengers sit much higher than in a conventional car. This gives not only better visibility, but can also be an advantage in the event of a side impact in an accident.
For each of the five people in the interior of Mercedes-Benz B-class cars, there is a three-point seat belt and a head restraint, and for the driver and front passenger, the seat belts are equipped with pretensioners and force limiters, and their seat backs are equipped with active head restraints.
In addition, the basic equipment of the Mercedes-Benz B-Class also includes active emergency lighting. If the airbags or seat belt pretensioners are deployed in an accident (i.e., systems using pyrotechnic cartridges), the hazard warning lights will come on immediately, as well as the interior lighting if the automatic dimming system is activated. This will allow passengers involved in an accident to better navigate the cabin and facilitate their rescue from a damaged vehicle.
To secure the child seat in the rear, the Mercedes-Benz B-Class is equipped as standard with the ISOFIX system with “Top Tether” attachment point.
Mercedes-Benz B-Class scores top marks in European EuroNCAP crash test series
We also have owner's manuals for other vehicle years:
- 2023 Mercedes-Benz B Class
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- 2021 Mercedes-Benz B Class
- 2018 Mercedes-Benz B Class
- 2017 Mercedes-Benz B Class
- 2016 Mercedes-Benz B Class
- 2015 Mercedes-Benz B Class
- 2014 Mercedes-Benz B Class
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