QUOTE REF 17OAW. Mercedes-Benz Vito 119 Crew van Compact Sport in factory pure orange with 7G-Tronic plus automatic transmission. Spec includes leather steering wheel, roof rails, 12 V outlets for rear seat row, Heated windscreen washer system, Chrome interior appointments package, heated driver and co drivers seat with Lumbar support, THERMOTRONIC automatic climate control, Leather seats, Active Safety Package, large fuel tank, Electrical operation of sliding doors, Multifunction steering wheel with trip computer, Hill-Start Assist, Electrically foldable exterior mirrors, Pre-installation Becker MAP PILOT, Exterior mirror heated and electrically adjustable, Reversing camera, Rain sensor, LED Intelligent Light System, ECO start/stop function, Cruise control, Bluetooth, 17 inch alloy wheels, headlight assist which automatically switches the vehicle lighting between daytime running lights and low beam headlights, attention assist which uses a variety of parameters to detect typical signs of tiredness and alerts the driver, lane keeping assist which can help prevent accidents caused by unintentional departure from your lane, blind spot assist which can help prevent accidents when changing lane, collision prevention assist which combines a distance and collision warning with brake assist, active parking assist which helps the driver find somewhere to park and assists when reversing into or out of a parking space and an anti-theft protection package which protects your van and triggers an alarm if it detects theft. The package includes an anti-theft alarm, interior motion sensor and tow away protection. Prepared to Mercedes-Benz Approved Used Standards. Remaining Manufacturer's Warranty with unlimited mileage. Service package FOC. Stock available at all our branches across the country including Heathrow, Kidderminster, Oxford, Gloucester, Reading, Swindon and Westbury. Delivery available. Competitive finance available.
MPG figures are obtained from laboratory testing and intended for comparisons between vehicles. They are unlikely to represent real world efficiency.