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£17,750.00

67 reg.
Mercedes Vito
111 CDi LWB
35,000 miles

New GAH L200C chill system
New GRP insulation
Chill operation
Double side loading doors
Complete vehicle specification upon request
Competitive rates of finance available

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The Vito gets a radically different fascia than the V-Class, replaced by strong, workmanship-like simplicity with Merc passenger car indulgence. The architecture is a minimal effort, no frills but it’s designed immaculately. There is switchgear taken from the passenger car range, but for industrial applications the plastics are toughened.

The Mercedes Vito is not as well-known as its bigger brother, the Sprinter, but the new iteration is aimed at changing that situation. The Mercedes mid-size panel van is targeted at the busiest and most aggressive commercial vehicle market, and its competitors include luminaires such as that of the Ford Transit Custom, Volkswagen Transporter, Vauxhall Vivaro, Renault Trafic, Citroen Dispatch and Peugeot Expert.

Although Vito’s new generation had a reputation for quality and its luxury brand worked well on residual values, Mercedes van sales suffered only from configuration of its rear-drive and lack of choice in the model range. For the new Vito, though, that’s no longer the case, because you can buy it with front- or rear-wheel-drive, with two wheelbase options and three lengths. You can also order the Vito Crew Van and Tourer minibus models, as well as the panel van versions. All in all, the Vito is now being sold in a variety more similar to the scope of options that major competitors offer. For some customers, the lack of a high roof option will remain an problem, but Mercedes obviously thinks it’s an unnecessary bridge to the larger Sprinter model. Within the Vito vans, load volumes range from 5.5 cubic metres to 6.6 cubic metres, while payloads go up to 1.369 kg.

You can also order the Vito Crew Van and Tourer minibus models, as well as the panel van versions. All in all, the Vito is now being sold in a variety more similar to the scope of options that major competitors offer. To some customers, the lack of a high roof option will remain an problem, but Mercedes obviously thinks it’s an unnecessary bridge to the larger Sprinter model. Within the Vito vans, load volumes range from 5.5 cubic metres to 6.6 cubic metres, while payloads scale up to 1.369 kg.