In 2014, the Mercedes-Benz V-Class premiere saw a completely new approach to design, value appeal, comfort and safety being introduced into the MPV segment.
The concept went on to be a true success: proof of this can be found in the 209,000 or so V-Class units that have been sold since its market launch in 2014, a sales record in 2018 with some 64,000 units, one of the youngest buyer groups at Mercedes-Benz and successful launches in other markets, especially in Asia.
At the start of 2019, India was the latest V-Class market to be added to the equation.
And the facelift will now make for a refreshing feel to the already successful model.
Focal points include a re-styled and striking front-end design, as well as the introduction of the OM 654 four-cylinder diesel engine generation - with the V 300 d reaching the new top value of 176 kW (239 hp) (combined fuel consumption 6.3-5.9 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions 165-154 g/km).
Plus, the 9G-TRONIC automatic transmission is available for the first time, while safety and assistance systems, among them Active Brake Assist, have been brought up to the latest technological level.
The new Mercedes-Benz V-Class can be ordered in Europe from March 2019.
Prices in Germany start from 36,990 euros (including 19 percent VAT).
Furthermore, Mercedes-Benz Vans is continuing to evolve its [email protected] electrification strategy and will soon be offering a fully-electric MPV.