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Mercedes-Benz V-Class: Viano replacement interior revealed

The interior of the all-new Mercedes-Benz V-Class has been revealed ahead of its anticipated 2014 debut. The planned successor to the Viano van, Mercedes-Benz says the new V-Class will be its largest passenger car and the ideal vehicle for large families, those who take part in active recreational activities and for shuttle service operators...

Mercedes-Benz Viano Avantgarde Grand Edition

The Mercedes-Benz Viano Avantgarde Grand Edition has been introduced onto the Australian market, adding a sporty flagship model to the local Viano range. Aimed at combining the space and flexibility of a people carrier with the attributes of a luxury saloon, the Mercedes-Benz Viano Avantgarde Grand Edition gains sports suspension, sports pedals, 19-inch wheels and a ‘Grand Edition’ badge...

Mercedes-Benz Viano design sketches leaked

Design sketches purporting to reveal the all-new Mercedes-Benz Viano have been leaked ahead of its expected Frankfurt motor show debut next month. First published by German blog site Mercedes-Benz Passion, and touted as coming directly from parent company Daimler, the sketches reveal a sharper exterior design than the current Viano (pictured bottom)...

Mercedes-Benz Viano Brabus iBusiness 3D

Surely this is the ultimate MPV going around? It's the Brabus iBusiness 3D Mercedes-Benz Viano and it features everything you'd expect in a modern luxury office. Take a look inside and you'll see what we mean. The Brabus iBusiness treatment is basically a comprehensive smattering of LCD screens, iPads, touch-screen interfaces and luxurious upholstery...

2010 Mercedes-Benz Viano update

Mercedes-Benz has released the next generation Viano, and it incorporates the company's latest BlueEFFICIENCY technology, as standard. The new generation houses a revised interior trim which is said to be both more attractive and more comfortable that its predecessor...

Mercedes-Benz Vito and Viano first to get five star safety

The Mercedes-Benz Vito van and Viano people mover are the first van-based vehicles in Australia to earn a coveted five-star ANCAP safety rating. By John Cadogan The announcement by Australasian New Car Assessment Program boss Lauchlan McIntosh took place at the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne yesterday, two weeks after the final crash test that elevated the Benz vans from four stars to five...