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All models and engine sizes available from
110 CDI Compact 95bhp to 120 CDI XLWB 204bhp

Conversion Details
Deep freeze or chill operation available
New Hubbard refrigeration systems and New GRP wet line insulation

Standard specification includes

  • ABS
  • Drivers Airbag
  • Immobiliser
  • Remote central locking
  • Radio / CD player
  • Electric windows
  • Acceleration Skid Control (ASR)
  • Brake Assist System (BAS)
  • Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD)
  • Nearside sliding side load door
  • Tailgate or twin rear doors

Warranty
Three year / unlimited mileage

Bespoke Contract Hire & Leasing package available

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The Vito gets a completely different fascia than the V-Class with Merc passenger car plushness replaced by solid, workmanlike simplicity. The design is a sparse, no frills effort but comes immaculately constructed. There’s switchgear lifted from the passenger car range, but the plastics are toughened up for commercial applications. The Mercedes Vito isn’t as well-known as its larger sibling, the Sprinter, but the latest model aims to change that state of affairs. The mid-size Mercedes panel van is aimed at the busiest and most competitive sector in the commercial vehicle sector, and its rivals include such luminaries as the Ford Transit Custom, Volkswagen Transporter, Vauxhall Vivaro, Renault Trafic, Citroen Dispatch and Peugeot Expert.

While the last generation Vito had a reputation for quality and its premium image worked wonders on residual values, sales of the Mercedes van suffered from its rear-drive only configuration and a lack of variety in the model range. However, that’s no longer the case with the current Vito, as you can buy it with front- or rear-wheel-drive, with two wheelbase options and in three body lengths. As well as the panel van versions, you can also order the Vito Crew Van and Tourer minibus models. All told, the Vito is now offered in a range that’s more akin to the breadth of options offered by major competitors. The lack of a high roof variant will remain an issue for some buyers, but Mercedes clearly thinks that’s an unnecessary bridge to the larger Sprinter model. Load volumes in the Vito vans run from 5.5 cubic metres to 6.6 cubic metres, while payloads go up to 1,369kg.

As well as the panel van versions, you can also order the Vito Crew Van and Tourer minibus models. All told, the Vito is now offered in a range that’s more akin to the breadth of options offered by major competitors. The lack of a high roof variant will remain an issue for some buyers, but Mercedes clearly thinks that’s an unnecessary bridge to the larger Sprinter model. Load volumes in the Vito vans run from 5.5 cubic metres to 6.6 cubic metres, while payloads go up to 1,369kg.