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Mercedes van and pickup reviews & dimensions

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Latest Mercedes van and pickup reviews

2019 Mercedes-Benz Vito Premium - black, front view

Mercedes-Benz Vito review (2015-on)

Launched in 2015, this generation of Mercedes Vito medium van is relatively unusual in van circles for being all-new from the skin down to the chassis, rather than an evolution of the (admittedly rather similar looking) previous version. The Vito has been updated for 2019, with new trim levels and...

  • Mercedes Sprinter (2018-on) Parkers Vans review

    Mercedes-Benz Sprinter review (2018-on)

    The third-generation Mercedes Sprinter, on sale in the UK from June 2018, is without doubt the most technically advanced and versatile van we have ever driven and reviewed. However, the very first buyers – the early adopters, if you like – should be aware that not everything the new Sprinter...

  • Mercedes-Benz X-Class full review on Parkers Vans - exterior

    Mercedes-Benz X-Class review (2017-on)

    This Mercedes-Benz X-Class review covers the German premium brand’s first 1.0-tonne pickup truck, which, after much fanfare – including a pair of eye-catching concepts and a production debut hosted in South Africa – is now on sale, with the first examples reaching UK customers in December...

  • Mercedes-Benz Sprinter full review on Parkers Vans - front exterior

    Mercedes-Benz Sprinter review (2013-2018)

    The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is the de facto king of large vans - and has been since it was originally launched back in 1995. This version, on sale since 2013, is a highly-evolved development of the second-generation model, first introduced in 2006. It will be replaced by a new, third-generation...

  • Mercedes-Benz Citan full review on Parkers Vans - over-head

    Mercedes-Benz Citan review (2013-on)

    With the introduction of the Citan small van in 2013, Mercedes is now finally competing in every major panel van sector - meaning whatever your requirements, you can now buy a Mercedes-Benz to suit. Although whether you should is a different matter, for while Mercedes will go to great lengths to...

  • Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2006-2013 review on Parkers Vans - front exterior

    Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van review (2006-2013)

    The second-generation Sprinter was built with the aim of being the best van money can buy, and we think it succeeds. Safer, more comfortable and available with even greater capacity than its successful predecessor. Its engines are more powerful and all have a six-speed gearbox. The combination of...

  • Mercedes-Benz Vito 2003-2014 review on Parkers Vans - front exterior

    Mercedes-Benz review (2003-2014)

    The second-generation Mercedes-Benz Vito is a highly competent medium-sized panel van, also offered in window and multi-seat versions. Two wheelbases, two roof heights and three body lengths were available. All diesels were modern for the time and economical, with automatic gearbox options and a...

  • Mercedes-Benz Vito review on Parkers Vans - front right

    Mercedes-Benz Vito review (1996-2003)

    The Mercedes-Benz Vito has been one of the smartest cookies in the panel van box since day one. Even this first-gen model was a dazzling looker and with its three-pointed star on the bonnet. Mercedes-Benz has always been at the cutting edge of technology and innovation and the Vito was always ahead...

  • Mercedes-Benz Sprinter review on Parkers Vans - exterior

    Mercedes-Benz Sprinter review (1996-2005)

    The Sprinter has been gracing Britain’s roads in a variety of formats since 1995, and this first-generation model was for several years the fastest panel van available in the UK (until it was surpassed by the 2003-2014 Mercedes-Benz Vito 123, with its outrageous 3.7-litre V6 petrol engine). The...

Latest Mercedes van and pickup dimensions

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter dimensions (2018-on)

The Sprinter goes above and beyond in the design of its load area and the features that go with it – both standard and optional. For example, the ‘self-arresting’ hinge design on the rear doors makes it easier and safer to open them one-handed, and also removes the need for rubber stops as they...