Used Mercedes-Benz Vito Vans in Scotland

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Mercedes-Benz Vito 111CDI Van 2019, 32644 miles, £ +31

2019

Manual

Mileage: 32,644

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Vito  2021, 2362 miles, £28189 +19

2021

Automatic

Mileage: 2,362

Electric

Mercedes-Benz Vito  2021, 4825 miles, £28189 +19

2021

Automatic

Mileage: 4,825

Electric

Mercedes-Benz Vito 1.7 110 CDi Progressive FWD L2 +15

2020

Manual

Mileage: 15,879

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Vito  2021, 26769 miles, £26989 +19

2021

Automatic

Mileage: 26,769

Electric

Mercedes-Benz Vito 1.6 109 CDi FWD L3 EU6 5dr COND +19

2016

Manual

Mileage: 45,000

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Vito 2.1 109CDI Compact Panel Van SW +13

2009

Manual

Mileage: 71,863

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Vito 2.1 119 BLUETEC SPORT 190 BHP 2 +21

2018

Automatic

Mileage: 97,196

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Vito 1.6 CDI FWD L3 Euro 6 5dr XLWB +16

2019

Manual

Mileage: 113,000

Diesel

Mercedes-Benz Vito 119 Cdi 190 L2h1 Bluetec Sport +19

2017

Automatic

Mileage: 79,536

Diesel

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Why buy a used Mercedes-Benz Vito with Exchange and Mart?

One of the things you learn early on in business is that the cheapest options aren't always the best ones. And that the way you deliver your goods says plenty about them. Both things explain the appeal of the Mercedes-Benz of medium range vans, this model, the Vito, which slots in just below the larger Sprinter model in the German brand's LCV range. Well over a million examples have been sold since its original launch in 1996 but in a tougher, more eco-conscious commercial market, this design now needs more than just badge and build quality to stave off competition from less prestigiously badged but arguably more complete rivals. Hence the improved Vito model we're looking at here, smarter, better to drive and crucially, less costly to run. All of which it will need to deliver if it is to be a credible alternative to tough rivals as diverse as the Renault Trafic / Nissan NV 300 / Fiat Talento design, the Peugeot Expert / Vauxhall Vivaro / Toyota Proace / Citroen Dispatch collaboration, the Volkswagen Transporter and of course the ubiquitous Ford Transit Custom. All these alternatives claim to match this Vito's all-round excellence for less money, but Mercedes reckons that it won't take operators very long behind the wheel to appreciate the difference that the Three-Pointed Star can make.

About the Mercedes-Benz Vito

The biggest compliment we could pay this revised Vito would be to suggest it to be the least van-like van we've driven to date. Transit-class designs don't usually also have to function as luxury, up-market people carriers (as this one does) and the difference in build excellence is obvious as soon as you take a seat inside. But nice though it is to have a quality feeling behind the wheel of one of your company's LCVs, that doesn't pay the business bills. So Mercedes has looked at the best that its competitors can offer and borrowed high technology from its luxury car line-up in order to match them. The adoption of the latest OM 654-series 2.0-litre diesel engine is crucial here, significantly improving this LCV's efficiency and emissions. The result is a benchmark among vans that you can buy with head as well as heart and one that can carry heavier loads with more speed, less noise, greater comfort, sharper handling, reduced fuel consumption and cleaner emissions. Medium range Transit-class customers will always have cheaper options of course. Nearly all though, are lacking this van's one most crucial ingredient: Star Quality.