Vito Owner's Manuals

Mercedes-Benz Vito – minivan class “L”. The debut of the third generation of the model took place in July 2014 in Berlin.

Working on the next generation of Vito, Mercedes-Benz designers, of course, paid a lot of attention to the appearance of the car, making it something similar to the prestigious V-Class, but the main task was still not visual appeal, but maximum versatility, safety and comfort. . The Germans coped with all these tasks by 100%. The Vito is offered in three overall lengths and wheelbases, with front-wheel drive, rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive (thrust is split 45:55 in favor of the rear axle), with different configurations and seating capacities.

Separately, it is worth noting that the Vito minivan was equipped with a more comfortable suspension, with soft shock absorbers and springs. And if we talk about safety, then in the list of equipment you can find an adaptive dynamic stabilization system and a stabilization system with a lateral gust of wind, tire pressure monitoring systems and monitoring “dead” zones, a driver fatigue control system and much, much more. Well, about comfort. The Mercedes-Benz Vito is fitted with an NTG 2.5 multimedia system with a large color display, CD/DVD changer, Bluetooth hands-free, LINGUATRONIC and an external AUX input. On the display, among other things, the picture from the rear view camera is also displayed.

The front-wheel drive Mercedes-Benz Vito was given a 1.6-liter 4-cylinder engine, which produces 88 or 114 hp depending on the boost. With. power (230 and 270 Nm of torque, respectively). Rear-wheel drive and all-wheel drive modifications, in turn, were equipped with a 2.15-liter engine for 136, 163 and 190 “horses”. There are also several gearboxes – a 6-speed manual and a 7-band “automatic” 7G-Tronic Plus.

By the way, by reducing the drag coefficient to 0.32, the Mercedes-Benz Vito has moderated its appetites by about 20%. Its most economical modification consumes 5.7 liters of diesel fuel per 100 km of track in the combined cycle.

Vito production is established at the Mercedes-Benz plant in the Spanish city of Vitoria.