The commercial vehicles lineup of Mercedes-Benz gets updated with the release of the new Vito, which follows the introduction of the 2011 Viano. The most obvious change on the new Vito'sexterior is the redesigned set of headlights, which lends a white collar look to the commercial vehicle. The Vito also gets fitted with new front and rear bumpers.
The most significant changes are found in the technology aspect. The van is made much more efficient as it now has an engine range that complies with the Euro VI emission rules.
The van's fuel consumption is improved by 15%; it also has less CO2 emissions. The engines being offered include four and six cylinder unit with an output from between 95 and 258 hp. All engines are mated to a six speed gearbox.
The Vito offers the BlueEFFICIENCY technology as an option, with the eco features including a stop/start system and low resistance tires. The new Vito uses a retuned chassis and suspension, increasing its payload.
Various suspension configurations are offered for the high-payload panel van and the comfort-orientated crewbus model. The model offers more comfort to its driver and passengers as its interior has more ergonomic controls, a new color mix and improved soundproofing.