The V-Class was conceived as a car capable of satisfying the needs of a wide variety of people. It fits both as a family car, and as a minibus for hotels and travel companies, also as an entrepreneurial tool. In its dimensions, equipment and so on, it turned out to be something in the middle between the Viano and R-Class models. The design of the minivan deserves special praise, and the interior of the V-Class is also excellent. In addition to being cozy and well thought out in terms of comfort and ergonomics, they also didn’t forget about quality materials. In the finish there is leather, wood and aluminum. As far as equipment, depending on the version, customers can count on sliding doors to the right and left, including the ability to install their electric drive, a touchpad that can recognize gestures, parking assistance and parking systems, adaptive cruise control, adaptive steering control, capable of impulses of the electric motor to extinguish parasitic vibrations and help the driver to compensate for lateral deviation or wind. There are also numerous systems of active and passive safety. Mercedes-Benz V-Class is available in versions with different length of wheelbase - 3200 and 3430 mm. A standard minivan is a six-seater, however the number of seats can both be increased and reduced. In addition, it is possible to order the swivel seats for the driver and front passenger. They can rotate 50 degrees outward and 180 degrees inward. The movement of the Mercedes-Benz V-Class results in a 2.1-liter 4-cylinder turbocharged diesel engine, which, depending on the version, produces 136, 163 or 190 horsepower. Standard with the engine is a 6-speed manual gearbox with gear ratios set to save, but for those who love "automatic", it's possible to install the 7G-Tronic Plus. The minivan can have a sport mode that changes the gear shift moment and the response to the gas, as well as a sports suspension, which is lowered by 15 mm and equipped with stiffer springs and shock absorbers.
A source: infocar