Mercedes Benz – 2013 BLS 4 Door Coupe

Mercedes Benz BLS – Many auto aficionados are referring to the BLS as a "baby CLS" or as the media has promoted the "younger brother CLS-class." The 4-door coupe BLS will be a lot like a small version CLS if you looking for a reference vehicle.  It will be front-wheel drive and based on the MFA platform shared with the upcoming next-generation A-Class and B-Class series models.  Further down the road there may be a case to include all wheel drive variants.  Many experts are reasonably confident that the BLS will capture features of the CLS-Class Sedan and F800 Concept vehicles.

The Mercedes Benz BLS will be a compact sedan/coupe.  The upcoming new four-door sedan/coupe model being created by Mercedes Benz is based on the next-generation A-Class/B-Class (MFA) platform.  Perhaps it will carry the CLC name which references its "bigger brother" lead title.  It is more likely to be named BLS or somehow being cross-referenced to the B-Class Platform thus taking its place within the B-Class family of variants.

Since this is primarily a Mercedes Benz B-Class sedan, motor/engine options will be common or shared with its sister model and include a 2.0 liter capacity with 203 PS (149 kW / 200 bhp).  It will also have a 2.2 liter capacity diesel engine with 172 PS (127 kW / 170 bhp). The Torque is going to be somehow delivered to the front wheels through a six-step mechanical gearbox or other technical manipulation.  The engineering is still being worked out.

In 2012, Mercedes Benz Mexico Co-President Bruno Cattore indicated that the company was planning to build a new facility in Mexico.  That decision has now changed with the official direction to utilize their assembly plant in Kecskemét, Hungary.

 

The vehicle is slated to come out in 2013/2014.

 

Stay tuned.

Mercedes Benz is known for capturing people’s imagination over a their life times. Mercedes-Benz vehicles typically offer high residual values, low maintenance expenses and highly efficient fuel economy features.

 

Mercedes Benz – 2013 BLS 4 Door Coupe

6 thoughts on “Mercedes Benz – 2013 BLS 4 Door Coupe”

  1. We are intending to have our training at Red-colored Mix about BLS, First-aid, etc. while awaiting the outcomes from the board exams. The mentioned benefits include certifications, ID along with a membership card? Is that this enough for all of us to accomplish such needs, or does we want permission?

    Also, what are the updates from Red-colored Mix about CAB for CPR? Thanks!

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  3. Sometimes for any private BLS ambulance company and yesterday I’d someone who had been crashes. I was in L.A. city and that we went code 3 that is lights and sirens and emergency driving. After I returned to station I had been getting grilled by my sup. while he stated we arnt permitted to visit code 3 within the city, that people were designed to stop and demand ALS and wait. I am wondering if anybody knows if that is correct.

  4. A few men on my small first responder crew were speaking about attempting to begin a volunteer ambulance service for BLS only in ARkansas. How does one start establishing a volunteer ambulance? We reside in a province, having a population of maybe 800 people, yet we stay busy with medical calls. It requires fifteen minutes for any close ambulance to manage and often it requires half an hour as much as an hour or so to obtain an ambulance.

  5. I understand BLS methods can slighty differ in hospital & ems configurations. Thanks! any productive feedback is appreciated.

    Danielle, i appreciate the way to go, however i am searching for standard hospital/ems technique of this kind of injuries. I’m a BLS Cert.-Instructor, but haven’t labored during these configurations, and so i am not really acquainted with their methods.

  6. I’m the director of the private ambulance service and we’re attempting to compete, and surely don’t want to interrupt any rules by undercharging. Although only rumor, we’ve heard that no BLS ambulance transport could be billed for a price under the state medicaid programs rate. Any help could be greatly appreciated.

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