Mercedes-BenzB-Class Plug-In Hybrid (2020) electric chargers
15.6 kWh battery
Vehicle type Plug-in hybrid
Connector type 2
Range 42 miles of electric driving
Charge speed 10 miles per hour
This B-Class has not just had a facelift. It’s had its internal organs reworked and improved, thanks to a 15.6kWh battery and electric motors combined with a 1.3L petrol engine.
The new B250e looks much slicker, while the instant power of the battery and electric motors means the performance and handling defy expectations from a compact MPV, accelerating from 0-62mph
When used with the battery, the petrol engine is capable of up to 147mpg. For further efficiency and fuel-cost savings, you can use the car in EV-only mode – in this mode the vehicle will drive up to 42 miles on pure electric and reach a top speed of 68mph. This should be more than enough for most commutes and could save you hundreds of pounds a year if you are able to regularly charge the car.
The B250e will typically charge in 1.5 – 2 hours using a dedicated 7.4kW wall charger, while this comes down to around 30 minutes when using a public charger with a CCS connection.
Find the ideal Mercedes B250e home charger using the list below or by browsing our electric charger page and get a quote for installation at your home.
Mercedes-Benz B-Class Plug-In Hybrid compatible chargers
Mercedes-Benz B-Class Plug-In Hybrid Charging Time
Take advantage of cheaper electricity tariffs and charge your Mercedes B250e overnight and drive away fully charged every morning.
|Method||kW||Typical location||Charging time (empty to full)|
|Standard three-pin plug||2.3||Home||5-6 hours|
|Dedicated home charging point||7.4||Home||2 hours|
|Rapid charger||Up to 50||Motorway services, car parks||30 minutes|
* Limited by on-board charger, vehicle cannot charge faster.
Mercedes-Benz B-Class Plug-In Hybrid Charging Cost
School run, commute to the office? You can drive up to 42 miles purely on low-cost electric power.
A full home charge on a Mercedes-Benz B-Class Plug-In Hybrid costs around £1.56.
Did you know?
A typical overnight electricity rate is around 10p per kWh.