Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Mercedes Vito van review: Well made and affordable

Business Van Review of the Mercedes Vito WE’VE always been massive fans of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter here at businessvans.co.uk – and the three-pointed star in...

New Mercedes Vito: the 10 vital facts you need to know

A NEW Mercedes Vito. How could we resist the temptation to get a first look around this important new panel van?Quite. We couldn't. And...

Mercedes-Benz Vito Sport-X Dualiner Compact review: the crew-van with the X-factor

Mercedes-Benz Vito Sport-X Dualiner Compact What is it? THE MERCEDES-BENZ Vito has been around for some time now, and despite an upgrade in 2010, you could...

Mercedes Citan van review – slick city type

The Citan is a re-engineered Renault Kangoo, so what has Mercedes magic done for the compact little van?

Crew cab Mercedes Vito Dualiner Sport oozes class

The flexibility offered by crew cab vans is ever more in demand. Few offer the solidity of the Mercedes Vito.

Mercedes Vito van review – if it’s solid quality you’re after….

Fantastic quality, and great re-sale values come up against a load area that looks a little cramped against the competition.

Mercedes Sprinter van review – the price of safety and economy

The new Sprinter is packed with new technology. It's an awesome piece of kit, but at a price.

Mercedes Citan first drive – small van completes Mercedes line-up

The Mercedes Citan completes the Mercedes-Benz van line-up, sitting alongside the larger Vito and Sprinter as a dedicated delivery van for the urban environment.

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter’s in the frame again for CR Smith

 Author:ROBIN ROBERTSA Scottish home improvements company has just updated its contract for its vans' fleet.Dunfermline-based CR Smith designs, manufactures and fits more uPVC and...

Designer Betrand Janssen on the new Mercedes-Benz Citan

An AMG version of the Mercedes Citan?
Sounds bizzare, but it could happen explains Bertrand Janssen, head of design at Mercedes Commercial Vehicles.
Story by our industry correspondent, John Griffiths