Mercedes-Benz Viano dimensions
Latest model: Mercedes-Benz Viano MPV (2004)
Length: 197.2 (in) = 5008 (mm)
Width: 88.7 (in) = 2253 (mm)
Height: 73.7 (in) = 1872 (mm)
Compare Mercedes-Benz Viano dimensions to: Volkswagen Multivan
Mercedes-Benz Viano details:
It's predominantly a van with windows, and doesn't try hard to hide its Mercedes Vito van roots. In Ambiente trim, with meaty alloy wheels and colour-coded bumpers, it looks neat and is the upmarket choice amongst people carriers, when you need to impress those you are carrying.
The Mercedes-Benz Viano has seats for seven, with the feature to bench either six or eight passengers. There's a choice of regular, long or extra long wheelbases, with every feature adding extra versatility to the seats and the amount of luggage room. And as all the back seating is mounted on rails, you can vary the amount of space, dependent on the passengers and luggage that is being carried. A word of warning though, the seating is heavy and cumbersome to move, and lack the innovations found in some of the Mercedes-Benz Viano's competitors. The seating is like armchairs when the individual back seating is specified, and it is therefore one of the classiest ways to travel it's unsurprising that so many celebrities use them to tour in. For those who need to haul a caravan, the Mercedes-Benz Viano can tow up to 2500kg,.
Despite its humble van roots, the Mercedes-Benz Viano is relatively well kitted out, though when you take into account the list prices, equipment on the entry models is miserly. There's a choice of two versions, with Trend versions coming equipped with electric and heated mirrors, front fog lights, roof rails, air-con, Bluetooth hands-free connectivity, electric windows and remote central locking. Ambiente models are more premium with 16-inch alloy wheels, xenon headlights, back air suspension, leather helm and gearknob, leather upholstery and wood trim. Well-known features include a panoramic sunroof, electrically sliding side doors, parking sensors and privacy glass.