Mercedes-Benz Vito Showroom

Mercedes-Benz Vito

$ 64,480 - $ 81,399* MRLP

Mercedes’ smallest van has been recently updated, bringing updates to the powertrain, interior and technology stakes. It can be had in medium and long wheelbase variants, with a 1.6-litre or 2.0-litre diesel powertrain to choose from. Payloads are healthy, and there are plenty of options as well.

Latest Mercedes-Benz Vito ratings breakdown

7.8

Performance
7.8
Safety Technology
8.0
Ride Quality
8.2
Infotainment & Connectivity
7.6
Handling & Dynamics
8.2
Energy Efficiency
7.9
Driver Technology
7.5
Value for Money
7.4
Interior Comfort & Packaging
7.9
Fit for Purpose
8.0
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What we love

  • -Refined engine and smart transmission
  • -Interior comfort and visibility are both excellent
  • -Cargo space is useful and rear doors are a clever adaption
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What we don't

  • -Some options are on the pricey side
  • -Safety credentials of the HiAce are stronger and more recent
  • -A larger screen would match the segment leaders
2021 Mercedes-Benz Vito 116 LWB review
Review | 12 Jun 2021

7.8

Updated for 2021, the Mercedes-Benz Vito provides a compelling alternative to the segment-leading HiAce – with some added badge cachet.
2018 Mercedes-Benz Vito reviewPlayIconRounded
Review | 4 Jun 2018

6.6

The Vito doesn't seem to have enough of an edge in any one area to justify the extra dollars on the monthly lease payment.
2018 Mercedes-Benz Vito 111 CDI review
Review | 25 Nov 2017

7.7

The Mercedes-Benz Vito 111 CDI range-opener isn't as expensive as you'd think, and the depth of engineering shows. Plus, side airbags are standard fit these days, so fear not.
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Mercedes-Benz Vito Short Haul review
Review | 4 Oct 2017
You get what you pay for with Benz' impressive van

Mercedes-Benz Vito Price*

YearVariantPrice
2023Mercedes-Benz Vito 116CDI 2.0L Diesel Commercial Van MWB RWD$64,480
2023Mercedes-Benz Vito 116CDI 2.0L Diesel Commercial Van LWB RWD$67,002
2023Mercedes-Benz Vito 116CDI 2.0L Diesel Dual Cab Commercial Van MWB RWD$69,950
2023Mercedes-Benz Vito 116CDI 2.0L Diesel Dual Cab Commercial Van LWB RWD$72,470
2023Mercedes-Benz Vito 119CDI 2.0L Diesel Commercial Van MWB RWD$73,427
2023Mercedes-Benz Vito 119CDI 2.0L Diesel Commercial Van LWB RWD$75,948
2023Mercedes-Benz Vito 119CDI 2.0L Diesel Dual Cab Commercial Van MWB RWD$78,877
2023Mercedes-Benz Vito 119CDI 2.0L Diesel Dual Cab Commercial Van LWB RWD$81,399

Mercedes-Benz Vito Specs:

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Price
$64,480*
FuelType
Diesel
Transmission
Auto
Drive Type
RWD
Engine
2.0DT
Fuel Efficiency
6.8L / 100km
Seats
2
Towing braked
2500 kg
Towing unbraked
750 kg
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Mercedes-Benz Vito Dimensions

The Mercedes-Benz Vito has 8 variants. The height ranges from 1895mm to 1910mm, the width is 1928mm and length is between 5140mm and 5370mm:

HeightWidthLength
From1895mm1928mm5140mm
To1910mm1928mm5370mm

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2024 Mercedes-Benz Vito, V-Class facelifts unveiled with EQV, eVito electric versions
news | 27 Jul 2023
Mercedes has given its mid-size van and people mover range a makeover as it approaches a decade on sale, with new styling and technology.
Mercedes-Benz and Rivian electric van partnership on hold
news | 13 Dec 2022
Three months after Mercedes-Benz and Rivian announced their plans to produce electric vans in Europe, the joint venture is on ice.
2015-2016 Mercedes-Benz Vito recalled in Australia
Recalls | 31 Oct 2022
Mercedes-Benz reports the Vito van's rear-view camera could malfunction, resulting in a blank screen while reversing.
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2023 Mercedes-Benz eVito price and specs
news | 19 Sep 2022
Mercedes-Benz's eVito electric range has arrived in local showrooms, with a choice of Panel Van or Tourer models.
2005 Mercedes-Benz Vito 115CDI Extra Long review
Owner Review | 23 Feb 2019
One sentence sums up this van - can't kill it. Our first one did 550,000kms, our second is on 330,000kms and we had two Vianos that did 400,000kms (airport transfers). The ultimate in turn the key and go commercial vehicles, the Vito's underpinnings are the same as it commercial van brethren and it is as tough as nails. Not without faults however...the Vito doesn't have the more expensive and better equipped Vianos self-levelling air suspension, so the ride can be harsh, especially with people on board. It doesn't have the Vianos sound deadening either so the agricultural 4cyl diesel can be a bit tractor like in NVH levels. The Vito has the commercial vans heavier steering as opposed to the Vianos variable assistance effort and the dual air con while very effective, sounds like a 747 taking off. These are big heavy vans but surprisingly maneuverable and they go stop and steer very well. Brakes in commercial use will last maybe 30,000 km and the rotors will need replacing - side effect of good brakes. The legendary MB brake soot can be frustrating but a good wheel cleaner such as Bowdens 'Wheely Clean' is worth it's weight in gold. Even when neglected and underserviced you can still jump in one and do a long trip - they are tough old girls. Some have a quirk where the LHF tyre will wear quicker but there is an internet fix for this, as is the removal of the front fan blower motor which MB tells you to remove the dash - erm, no. Watch the bulbs and buy top quality Phillips ones which last the longest. Take it from someone who depends on these vans for income - never ever skimp on oil quality the engine will repay you in high mileage. We used Mobil 1 or the Fuchs synthetic equivalent (MB use Fuchs now instead of Mobil) and replaced oil and filter every 15,000kms. Auto transmission service every 30,000kms and if you do it yourself pull the battery for 30mins and let the trans programme itself with fresh oil (Benz tell you trans service every 60km but if you work it hard, halve that). Brakes are easy enough to do yourself and like all Euro can parts are dirt cheap on fleabay. Watch the shocks they can leak or go soft quick in hard-working vehicles but cheap online. The coolant overflow and windscreen washer bottles may go brittle from age and the air con condenser and radiator like a blast from the jet washer in the car wash every week. Watch all the fluid levels religiously and carry top up litre bottles in older high mileage vans. That's it - highly recommended, great on fuel, tough as nails and that badge on the front goes down well with customers. Pulls a trailer like it's not there and does that with 8 passengers easily day in day out. Look after it and it will be a loyal hardworking asset for many years in the future.
2015 Mercedes-Benz VITO 113CDI SWB Review
Owner Review | 4 Mar 2016
After driving 2 Hiaces over the past 13 years I decided to change to the Vito. After 10,000 kms/ 6 months I'm never going back! Yes, the Vito is pricey but you get what you paid. The new Vito hasn't missed a beat in six months and handles both suburban and country roads with ease. As a tradesman I am carrying tools, stock and ladders I have found my fuel averages 8.5L/100kms much better than the 14L/100kms from my Hiace auto-petrol. At 110kmh the cabin is quite and the van feels well planted on the road unlike the Hiace. The engine is refined, the 5 speed auto is well suited delivering smooth performance. I have found after long drives I arrive at the job much better than before that could be because of the fully independent suspension and quite roomy cabin. The long nose on the van took 4 weeks to get used to as did the 850+kms from the 75 litre tank! The Vito has a lower roof height than the Hiace so getting ladders on and off is much easier. That lower roof doesn’t come from a lowering the room in the back, there is actually more height in the Vito. Guess that smart design, the Vito feels much more secure to the road than the top heavy Hiace. One drawback is the Vito has only partial Bluetooth compatibility, this means your handsfree works (it works like a charm) but you can't play music direct from your phone, so be prepared to go back to burning CD’s again!
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Where is the Mercedes-Benz Vito made?
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The Mercedes-Benz Vito is built in Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain.

* ‘MRLP’ is the manufacturer’s recommended list price as provided by our data provider and is subject to change, so is provided to you for indicative purposes only. Please note that MRLP is inclusive of GST, but is exclusive of any options and does not include on-road costs such as registration, CTP, stamp duty and dealer delivery. Where an MRLP is stated as a price range, this reflects the lowest to highest MRLP provided for that model range across the available variants.
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