Mercedes-Benz Vito: prices and specs announced for evolved van

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Author: | Updated: 03 Jul 2020 11:42

Offered in a choice of two van models, three lengths, four engine derivatives, two transmissions and three trims, the evolved Mercedes-Benz Vito offers more efficiency, more security, and more safety for 2020.

Available as a panel van with three seats, or a crew van with six seats, the Vito comes in three lengths – L1 (4,895mm), L2 (5,140mm), and L3 (5,370mm) with a height of 1,910mm and a choice of three trims – Progressive, Premium, and Sport, which is offered exclusively for the crew van.

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As standard, the Mercedes-Benz Vito Progressive (£22,845 excl. VAT) features headlight assistant, heated and electrically adjustable mirrors, and twin sliding doors alongside anti-theft package, cruise control, and an anti-theft protection package which is Thatcham category 1 approved and includes cab interior and load-space monitoring with double locks, battery back-up siren and tow-away protection.

On the inside, an eight-way adjustable comfort driver’s seat with lumbar support features, as does double co-driver seat with airbag, height and rake adjustable multi-function steering wheel, and a locking glovebox, all as standard. DAB radio and Apple and Android Car Play integration, as well as reversing camera are also included.

Moving up the range, the Vito Premium (£29,550 excl. VAT) includes 17-inch alloy wheels, a chrome radiator grille, metallic paint, Parking Package, colour coded bumpers, electrically folding exterior mirrors, air conditioning, and velour floor mats, all as standard, and is offered with automatic transmission.

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At the top of the range, Vito Sport (£40,745 excl. VAT) includes Auto 40 infotainment system with Navigation, DAB+ and seven-inch colour touchscreen, black leatherette upholstery, heated front seats, sports suspension, AMG side skirts, LED head and tail lamps, roof rails, heated windscreen washers, a larger flue and AdBlue tank, and chrome interior details.

All models are offered with a choice of three rear-wheel drive engine variants – 114CDI, 116CDI and 119CDI, which offer 134hp and 330Nm of torque, 160hp and 380Nm, and 187hp and 440Nm of torque respectively.

The Vito Progressive is the only model offered with a choice of front-wheel drive engine derivatives too – 110CDI and 114CDI – delivering 100hp and 270Nm of torque, and 134hp and 330Nm of torque respectively.

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