The evolved Mercedes Vito is offered in a choice of two van models, three lengths, four engine derivatives, two transmissions and three trims. Mercedes says it offers more efficiency, more security, and more safety, and it is now available to order from £22,845 (excl. VAT), based on a Vito 110CDI PROGRESSIVE L1.
Further to the launch of the Vito PURE, PROGRESSIVE and PREMIUM lines earlier this year, Mercedes-Benz Vans UK Ltd has announced new engines that are now Euro 6c compliant (previously Euro 6b), alongside the introduction of Mercedes PRO connect and an adjusted look to the instrument cluster.
Mercedes-Benz Vans is introducing a series of improvements for its contender in the mid-size vans segment. Among the highlights are high-torque four-cylinder diesel engines for the Vito Tourer with passenger car approval. Mercedes says that in comparison to the predecessor, the new OM 654 engine range reduces emissions and consumption values whilst also optimising noise and vibration comfort. The power units, already familiar from the Mercedes-Benz passenger car range, will see their first ever usage in a commercial vehicle at Mercedes-Benz Vans.
Mercedes-Benz Vans UK Ltd will be introducing three distinct trim levels to the Vito van and crew range. Launching in January 2019, all Vito models will benefit from a leather steering wheel (and gear selector on manual models), comfort driver’s seat, automatic headlights, and parking sensors, and will have a choice of PURE, PROGRESSIVE and PREMIUM lines
Mercedes says the new model offers unrivalled levels of space and refined comfort for the driver and up to six passengers, as well as being fully-wheelchair accessible, setting the benchmark for London’s black cabs. Tested by real ‘cabbies’ at VanExperience…
Mercedes-Benz Vans has launched its all-new Vito Taxi, which replaces the original model introduced in 2008. Over 3,000 Vito taxis have been sold so far.