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Mercedes-Benz Vito Limited Edition

Owning a Mercedes Van just got more appealing. Mercedes-Benz has announced they will bring just 60 of the latest limited edition Vito Models into Australia. This new model has been launched to celebrate the Vito’s recent 5 star ANCAP safety rating and achievements at the 2009 Classic Adelaide Tarmac Rally...

Mercedes-Benz Vito Electric passes minus 30 degree temperature test

Mercedes-Benz Vito Electric van has been put to the ultimate cold-weather test undergoing trials on sheet ice, compacted snow and on public roads close to the polar circle in Lapland, Finland. The freezing temperatures were designed to not only test the vehicle's handling and functionality below freezing, but to see if the battery-electric drive system would operate in similarly harsh conditions to those faced by Vito EV's conventionally powered siblings...

2010 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, Vito released in Australia

Mercedes-Benz has released its 2010 Sprinter and Vito light commercial vehicle ranges with improvements focusing on safety, performance and fuel economy. The Sprinter gets the most substantial upgrades with all three engines now Euro 5 compliant, making it Australia’s first van to meet the emissions standard...

Mercedes-Benz Vito electric vehicle prototype unveiled

Mercedes-Benz has today unveiled a battery-powered prototype of its Vito commercial van. The vehicle was prepared for the informal EU Competitiveness Council meeting, which was held in San Sebastián late last week. During the event, European ministers of economic affairs met to discuss issues concerning the economic viability of future technologies, such as battery-powered EVs (electric vehicles)...

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...