Mercedes-Benz Vito Tourer 116 CDI, A Highly-Practical MPV

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13 Oct 2014
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Mercedes-Benz Vito

Mercedes Vito Tourer is a super-sized and outgrown eight seats MPV for those who have elevated transportation requirements


The all new Mercedes-Benz Vito is a super-sized vehicle, designed for those who have outgrown requirements for carrying people and luggage. Basically, it is a van that features very high specs and the quality is ensured by the Mercedes-Benz. Occasionally, when someone wish to have great comfort-ability and extended space then there is nothing better to have than a Mercedes Vito van. The extended version of Mercedes Vito van is a strong rival to Vauxhall Vivaro and Ford Transit custom.

The all new Vito Tourer is exclusively produced in Vitoria production facility in Northern Spain. Mercedes-Benz V-Class was introduced early this year as a passenger car range. The great Vito has an inspiration from V-Class van where wood trims are replaced by scuff-proof plastic.

The all new Mercedes-Benz Vito van is offered with two Mercedes engines and most modern technology gadgets. An entry level 1.6 Litre diesel engine is acquired from Renault. It drives the front wheelers from cheaper brands but in the Mercedes class, it is full of power and loaded with Mercedes technologies to churn out two power variants, an 87bhp and a 113bhp.

The traditional rear wheel version are also available in the Vito Tourer that are far better with 2.2 Litre twin turbo engines. The 2.2 Litre engine also available in multiple power outputs from 134bhp, to 161bhp and 188bhp.

The rear-wheel drive configuration offers shorter turning circle and smooth riding experience, however the 116 CDI model with 161bhp had massive pull for motorway cruising and offers 49.6 miles per gallon of fuel efficiency. It is also offering BlueEfficiency packs as an option.

Last but not least, it is a Mercedes-Benz and its excellence of fit and finish along with the quality still suggest it’s a strong rival to Peugeot Expert Tepee or even Volkswagen’s Transporter Shuttle.

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