Mercedes Vito

  • Vehicle Overview
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Vehicle Overview

The Mercedes Vito stands out in the light commercial market with its premium feel, and that helps it appeal to small businesses more than large fleets. It’s also the only rear-wheel-drive van in the 1-tonne sector. Mercedes offers a range of 2.2-litre four-cylinder (110 CDI, 113 CDI and 116 CDI) and 3.0-litre V6 (122 CDI) diesel engines, plus the option of six-speed manual or automatic gearboxes. Panel van versions of the Vito are available in three lengths – Compact, Long and Extra Long – and with a high-roof option. There’s also a Vito Dualiner crew van with two rows of seats and a Traveliner people carrier version with up to nine seats. Sport and Sport X models are aimed at owner drivers and customers who want to use their van for weekend leisure activities, plus the Vito is a good base for drivers wanting to convert their van into a camper.

  • Panel Van SWB 2014 (14 reg)
  • RManual Diesel 79,000 miles
  • Air conditioning, Alloy wheels, Bluetooth connectivity, Cruise control.
  • Multi-function steering wheel, ABS, Drivers airbag, Twin side loading doors

Load volumes in the Vito range from 5.2 cubic metres in the Compact to 5.7 cubic metres in the Long van and 6.2 cubic metres in the Extra Long van. But even the longest version is slightly smaller in the back than some rivals. The standard and long-wheelbase Ford Transit Custom vans manage 5.95 and 6.83 cubic metres respectively, while the high-roof version also has the edge, with 8.29 cubic metres to the Mercedes’ 7.4 cubic metres.

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Additional Information

The Honda Fit is one of the most practical small hatchbacks on the market today. It’s tiny enough to meander through even the narrowest streets, but it hauls lengthy and bulky items with ease thanks to a versatile interior. It defies the label “econobox” with a modern-looking interior built using materials that are nice to touch and look at. It’s surprisingly roomy, too; four adults can ride in the Fit without feeling cramped. The Fit uses a 1.5-liter four-cylinder engine that makes 130 horsepower. That’s decent for the segment, but more impressive is its fuel economy, which checks in at up to 41 mpg on the highway. As an all-arounder, the Fit is hard to beat.

  • EPA Fuel Economy (city/highway): 30/40 (estimated)
  • Rear Cargo Volume (cubic feet with seats up): 17.4
  • Value Edition for $21,350 that groups popular options together to save some dough.
  • Under the hood is a standard 160 hp 2.0-liter with 146 lb.-ft.

The good news for hatchback fans with a need for speed is that Ford offers two performance-oriented variants of the Focus. The Focus ST gets 252 horsepower, while the muscular-looking Focus RS boasts a Mustang-derived turbo four rated at 350 horsepower.