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Mercedes B-Class Touch Up Car Paint & Pens

PaintNuts can mix original Mercedes B-Class touch up car paint colours using the latest colour match technology as either touch up pens, pots or car spray paint.

We have the full range of Mercedes B-Class paint codes in our catalogues. All our Mercedes B-Class car paints are custom mixed to order.

The luxury German marque has a full catalogue of exclusive colours including 5598 Admiral Blau, 780 Alaska White, 9975 Caspian Black Chroma Flair and 763 British Racing Green Metallic - and we can mix them all.

Simply select your product type below, and we will do the rest.

Our colour matched paints are made to order, mixed to your vehicle's exact paint code from your registration number and are available in either touch up pen, touch up bottle or aerosol spray
  • For fine scratches, scuffs and chips
  • 2 in 1 high precision pen with brush - 20ml
  • Super precision application for a professional quality finish
From£14.99 View Product
  • Perfect for large chips, scuffs and grazes
  • Flat fine brush head
  • Professional quality finish
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  • For large bodywork repairs
  • Adjustable fan spray nozzle
  • Superior application for professional, bodyshop quality finish
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Released in 2005, the Mercedes B-Class has a come long way in terms of paint colours and style. The first generation B-Class was released in 2005 and was available to motorists for six years. It had a design that was shared somewhat with the A-class, having a mini-van-like design and a spacious interior. The B-Class remained in this shape until 2008, when it received a facelift. 

For paint colours, motorists were given quite a few options to choose from. A crisp and pure Calcite White, a vibrant and striking Jupiter Red, or a more sensible Polar Silver were among the options for customers buying a new Mercedes B-Class. 

The second generation B-Class was released in 2011 and adopted a sleeker and more aerodynamic design. The exterior overall is much closer to what we see today on modern Mercedes B-Class models. The car also had improved handling and had a wider range of engine options than its predecessor. 

Motorists looking to buy a second-generation B-Class had just as much choice for paint colours as they did for the first generation. Optionality included Cirrus White, which took the place of Calcite White, Jupiter Red was still an option, whereas Universe Blue Metallic was a new addition to the paint colour range and gave the B-Class an electric and subtly striking look. 

Skipping ahead several years, and leap-frogging many paint colours like South Seas Blue Metallic and Cosmos Black Metallic, in 2024, we are now on the fifth generation of the Mercedes B-Class. Released in 2018, these B-Class models have the widest engine options available than any other generation released before. The aerodynamic design remains and the interior is plush, elegant and comfortable. 

Paint colours available for this generation of B-Class models include Polar White, Night Black, Monolith Grey Metallic and the old favourite Jupiter Red to name a few.