There is a new look and luxury feel to the Mercedes-Benz in all three specification levels along with improved connectivity and fewer option packages to make the decision process for buyers simpler.

“The Vito is an all-rounder among midsize vans, and we are delighted to introduce the latest version of this vehicle to the South African market. Representing another step forward in our commitment to providing enhanced premium commercial vehicles to the local market, the new Vito is here to power South African businesses forward with a level of versatility and quality that sets a new benchmark in the midsize van segment,” said Marinus Venter, General Manager of Product & Marketing, Mercedes-Benz Vans South Africa.

The new Vito has a more refined character and this includes new and expanded driver assistance functions along with a considerable advancement in connectivity, providing Mercedes-Benz commercial customers with access to advanced digital networking solutions.

Mercedes-Benz Vito MY2024

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For the first time, the new Vito includes the MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience) infotainment system as standard in all variants,  and this update features a 10,25-inch central display that can be operated by touch. The instrument cluster has a colour display that clearly shows all relevant information and can be conveniently operated using the touch control panels on the new steering wheel.

Commercial customers in the midsize van segment can now benefit from modern digital connectivity, including a wide range of Digital Extras that further enhance comfort and relaxed driving.

Mercedes-Benz Vito 2024 interior

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The cockpit of the new Vito has a fresh design, featuring a redesigned instrument panel with a touchscreen, stylish new air vents and a new generation of steering wheels. The new Vito now comes standard with leather seating and the new centre console also offers a removable cup holder, two USB-C ports and open storage areas as optional features.

With a gross vehicle weight of just 2,8 tonnes to 3.2 tonnes, the Vito remains a versatile all-rounder among midsize vans. The new Vito will be available in three variants as a Panel Van, Mixto and Tourer and two equipment lines.

The Vito offers a loading volume of up to 6,6 sq/m as a panel van and up to eight seats in the Tourer variant. Additionally, with a vehicle height under two meters, the Vito can easily navigate urban environments and parking structures.

Mercedes-Benz Vito 2024 rear view

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Mercedes-Benz Vans has simplified equipment selection by enhancing standard features and fine-tuning package options to suit specific customer needs. This has significantly reduced the hassle of choosing individual options, creating a streamlined shopping experience for commercial customers.

The new Vito is available from R874 000.

Colin Windell