Which Mercedes Vito engine is best?

Which Mercedes Vito engine is best?

While the 161bhp 2.1-litre diesel is the most frugal engine option (at least officially) and the 188bhp 2.1 is certainly the most powerful, it’s actually the 113bhp 1.6 (badged 111 CDI) that we would opt for.

How long is a Mercedes Vito 9 seater?

5370 mm
Vehicle Information

Length 5370 mm
Width (inc. mirrors) 2249 mm
Wheelbase 3430 mm
Load length 2883 mm

How many miles can you get out of a Mercedes Vito?

The Vito features a 57-litre fuel tank as standard, so you should be able to travel around 420 miles between fills. Mercedes also offers a larger 70-litre tank, which will easily give you another 100 miles of range, based on the poorest quoted official fuel economy figures.

Who makes the Vito engine?

Mercedes Vito bodystyles and variants Front-wheel drive Vitos borrow bits from the Renault Trafic family, and up until 2020 came with a choice of two Renault 1.6-litre diesel engines, while equivalent rear-wheel drive Vitos use a 2.1-litre Mercedes engine available in three power outputs.

What class is Mercedes Vito?

The Mercedes-Benz V-Class is a minivan (MPV) produced by Mercedes-Benz.

What seats will fit in a Mercedes Vito?

Seating anywhere between 2 and 9 people, the Vito Tourer’s floor rails allow the second row of seats to be turned around to face the rearmost seats if desired. Alternatively, benches with two seats can be ordered, as can comfort seats and a 2-2-2 seating configuration.

What is the difference between Vito and V-Class?

What is the Mercedes-Benz Vito Tourer? Okay, prepare to be confused: the V-Class is a luxuriously appointed seven- or eight-seater car based on the Vito panel van. The Vito Tourer is a less lavish version, with seven, eight or nine seats, sold through Mercedes’ van dealer network.

How many seats does a Vito have?

Its standard specification includes 8 seats, thorax bags and windowbags at the front, as well as a wealth of comfort-enhancing equipment.

Where is the Mercedes Vito built?

Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
Mercedes-Benz Vito

Mercedes-Benz V-Class
Production 1996–present
Assembly Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain (Mercedes-Benz Espana, S.A.)
Body and chassis
Class Light commercial vehicle/Large MPV (V-Class/Viano) (M)

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