This Vito 114CDI Compact comes with the following features : Height and rake adjustable steering wheel, Multifunction steering wheel with trip computer, Full-length partition, Hill-Start Assist, loudspeakers- front, Audio 15, Multi-button radio remote control, 6-speed manual , Speedometer- mph and km/h, Instrument cluster with pixel-matrix display, ATTENTION ASSIST, Service interval 40.000 km, Main tank 57 litres, Adaptive brake light, Euro 6 Engine , ECO start/stop function, Cruise control, BlueEFFICIENCY package, Spare wheel with jack, Steel wheels , Tyre pressure monitoring front/rear- wireless, Driver's seat, Co-driver's seat double seat, Airbag- co-driver, Sliding door left, Interior panelling in load compartment- side, Wood flooring & Rear door- double-wing- 180 degrees. Your seat and backrest are designed to easily adjust to the perfect position for comfort and safety. The steering wheel is height adjustable. All controls are laid out ergonomically and within easy reach. Shift point display tells you when to change gear for maximum fuel efficiency. 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 01329 286224 and we look forward to welcoming you very soon.
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.