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Mercedes-Benz Vito

Mercedes-Benz Vito (Germany, 2004-present)

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Facelift 2010

Launched in 2004, the Vito received a refresh in 2010 to make it more economical, more practical and more dynamic. New engines and new transmissions reduce emissions and fuel consumption by up to 15 percent while enhancing performance. The chassis and interior also received a makeover.

The new Mercedes Vito is readily recognisable by its new "face", combining the style of the current passenger cars from Mercedes-Benz with the robustness of a commercial vehicle.
 



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Engines and transmissions

All engines comply with the Euro 5 emissions standard. Fuel consumption has fallen, accompanied by cuts of up to 15 percent in CO2 emissions, depending on the engine variant. Further reductions in fuel consumption and emissions are possible with the optionally available BlueEFFICIENCY technology.

The new four-cylinder engines rated at 70 kW (95 hp) in the Vito 110 CDI, 100 kW (136 hp) in the Vito 113 CDI and 120 kW (163 PS) in the Vito 116 CDI are provided with balancer shafts for smooth running. All diesel engines are equipped with an oxidation catalytic converter, a particulate filter and cooled exhaust gas recirculation. The new ECO Gear six-speed manual transmission is available for all four-cylinder models.

Top of the range among the diesel engines is the V6 in the Vito 122 CDI with a power output of 165 kW (224 hp)


 



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Chassis

The new Vito has a completely new chassis. Both the front and rear axles have only their basic construction in common with the previous models. The Vito panel van/Mixto and Vito crewbus come with a rear axle configured to the respective areas of use.
 



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Interior and exterior

Interior
The Vito features a new shift lever, pushbuttons in the upper control panel of the centre console and an optional upgraded overhead control unit. A four-spoke multifunction steering wheel with new control buttons and matt chromed spoke trims is available as an option for the Vito. A new generation of radios is now optionally available for all model variants. Rear Seat Entertainment is now on board the Vito crewbus. A new colour concept for the interior panelling includes floor coverings and a new interior lighting system.

Exterior
Mercedes-Benz has also incorporated numerous new features into the exterior design. The new "face" of the Vito keeps with the style of the current passenger cars from Mercedes-Benz while at the same time exuding the robust character of a commercial vehicle. New reflector headlamps offset the radiator grille. The daytime driving lights which come as standard are integrated with their own light source in the headlamp housings, together with the fog lamps. The new-generation Vito is optionally available with a combination of Bi-xenon headlamps, LED daytime driving lights, cornering lights, Add-Light system and a headlamp cleaning system. The Vito's front bumper also comes in a new design featuring a honeycomb look.



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