The Mercedes-Benz V-Class is an MPV of note.
This full-size MPV is the replacement of the previous generation Viano. This new car has a more refined, plush, handsome and executive look to it. Even after possessing such attributes, it fits anywhere without feeling out of place. On the inside, you can spec your V-Class to have six, seven or eight seats with different configurations your heart desires. The driver’s side layout is pretty luxurious with a leather steering wheel with controls, a floating 7-inch screen and an easy to read instrument cluster.
There is loads of storage space to tuck in stuff even as far as having a mini fridge in the centre console for the kid’s juices or to chill some champagne for VIP passengers. Trim levels vary from the V200d Standard which starts at R840,480 to the range-topping V250d Avantgarde starting at R1,188,870.
Yes, the V-Class is a rather expensive MPV but then again you’re getting a lot of car and badge. With its closest rival being the VW, you’re bound to turns more heads in the more luxurious and striking V-Class.
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