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2009 Mercedes-Benz B-Class B180

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Registration MERCB180PI
Registered 2009
Fuel Type Petrol
Tax Band N/A
Colour Black
Engine Size 1.8 l
Interior Trim N/A
Fuel Consumption N/A

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Registration MERCB180PI
Registered 2009
Fuel Type Petrol
Tax Band N/A
Colour Black
Engine Size 1.8 l
Interior Trim N/A
Fuel Consumption N/A
Stock Number N/A
Bodystyle 5 DOOR MPV
Tax Cost N/A
Mileage 107,049 km
Previous Owners 2
Exterior Colour Black
Doors 5

Description

Great Cash buy. Well looked after. Import
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.

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Specification

This is the manufacturer's list specification for this model, please verify the details when you view the vehicle. The list below will not include any additional options fitted to the vehicle or modifications.

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This is the manufacturer's list specification for this model, please verify the details when you view the vehicle. The list below will not include any additional options fitted to the vehicle or modifications.

Emissions
CO2
g/km
Engine
Transmission
Automatic
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.

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CO2 Emissions g/km

A 0
B 1 - 50
C 51 - 75
D 76 - 90
E 91 - 100
F 101 - 110
G 111 - 130
H 131 - 150
I 151 - 170
J 171 - 190
K 191 - 225
L 226 - 255
M 255 +

Fuel & Tax Costs

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Total Monthly Cost $____
Co2(g/km): N/A
MPG: N/A
Road Fund Licence 6 months: N/A
Road Fund Licence 12 months: N/A
Tax Band: N/A
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.