This Vito 119 Tourer Select XLWB comes with the following features : Eight Seats, Active Parking Assist - (take the pain out of parking , let it do it for you !) Metallic Grey, Comfort Suspension, Height & Rake Adjustable Steering , Multifunction Steering Wheel with Trip Computer, Hill Start Assist, 12Volt Sockets in Rear Rows, Exterior Mirrors Heated and Electrically Adjustable, Chrome Interior Appointment Package, 7G Auto, Air Con Tempmatic, Rain Sensor, Attention Assist, Headlight assistant, Euro Six Engine , Eco Start/Stop, Cruise Control, Blue Efficiency, Alloy Wheels, Comfort Seats, Thorax Pelvis Side Airbags, Tailgate and two year vehicle warranty. The Vito doesn’t just make parking simple – it can do it for you. With Active Parking Assist your Vito will automatically parallel park or manoeuvre itself into a bay. The system uses PARKTRONIC parking sensors, detecting when the van is close to an obstacle at the front or rear manoeuvre itself into a bay. The system uses PARKTRONIC parking sensors, detecting when the van is close to an obstacle at the front or rear. Why Choose Marshall Truck & Van? Our attentive and professional team are on hand to welcome you and answer all your questions, arrange a test drive and are dedicated to helping you find the van the suits your needs. Every approved Used Van has been rigorously inspected by our Mercedes-Benz qualified technicians meaning you can be confident you have selected a thoroughly checked high quality van. Our four branches Andover, Fareham, Nursling and Poole are on hand for your servicing needs with our Fareham Mercedes-Benz Truck & Van Centre offering 24hour servicing whilst you sleep! With all approved vehicles you have Free MobiloVan Roadside Assistance, breakdown Insurance & Corrosion Warranty Renewal. If you would like a personalised video of this vehicle please feel free to contact one of our dedicated team on 01202 088093 and we look forward to welcoming you very soon. Key
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.