The Bond "Mk B" was first announced in June 1951. Whilst this shared many characteristics with the "Mark A" the "Mk B" featured rear suspension
which gave a much more comfortable ride. Each suspension unit had a coil spring that could be adjusted for tension. Powered by the same 197cc Villiers engine, the vehicle was started using a handle
connected to a modified kickstart lever or could be fitted with an optional electric starter. The Mk B came in four versions (a 2 - 3 seater Tourer, a Minivan, a
Minitruck and a Family "Safety Saloon") Although the "Mk B" had many improvements over the Mk A, only 1414 were made.