Mercedes-Benz Vito, Coming to the U.S.?

The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van kicked off in America just a year ago and already the celebrated Tri-Star can say they're impressed with the vehicle's performance. In fact sales have been so robust that they're now seriously considering importing its smaller sibling, the Vito.

Another van, available in a multitude of variants, the Mercedes-Benz Vito has been offered in select markets across the world for 15 years. Among the many options buyers have to choose from are three lengths, and two roof heights. The smallest variant Vito measures 15.62 feet. The longest: 16.85 feet. Though, if Mercedes-Benz does decide to bring the Vito to the U.S., they're unlikely to bring the complete series.

Mercedes-Benz Vito At a Glance

-          Variants: Panel Van, Dualiner, Traveliner
-          Wheelbases: Two Available
-          Cargo Volume: Up to 4.5m3
-          Payload: Up to 955 kg (standard) or 1,296 kg (available)
-          Space for up to 1.8 m load length, depending on variant
-          Numerous engine variants

For more specifics on each of the three Mercedes-Vito variants (the Panel Van, Dualiner, and Traveliner), visit the Mercedes-Benz UK website. And remember, if you're interested in procuring a Mercedes-Van now rather than later, the consumer-favored Sprinter is currently available in the U.S. In fact, it's available in five different variants to suit different drivers' specific needs: a cargo van, a crew van, a cab chassis, and a minibus. And if Mercedes-Benz of Santa Rosa located at 2881 Corby Ave. Santa Rosa, CA 95407 doesn't have it in stock, we can easily order it for you.

Stay tuned for more Mercedes-Benz news, coming soon.

[INFO] http://www.autoblog.com/2011/05/23/mercedes-benz-studying-vito-van-for-u-s/

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