A recent announcement from Mercedes-Benz has revealed their plans to facelift the existing Mercedes-Benz Vario. In a move which is not merely cosmetic, Mercedes-Benz are also set to fit a new drive train as well as a completely new engine featuring new exhaust technology, to ensure the Vario meets the requirements of future emissions standards. The new engine, the Euro 6, is expected to supplement the tried and tested SCR technology which already exists, working in tandem with the new exhaust technology to ensure cleaner fuel emissions.
Mercedes-Benz takes its commitment to reducing the harmful emissions of its vans very seriously and the Vario is no exception. The long standing market success of the Vario in the high capacity segment of the van market is testament to the sound investment in the vehicle. The largest member of the Mercedes-Benz van family combines a high load capacity, similar to that of a light truck, with the speed and agility of a van, offering a unique proposition.
Thanks to its front engine, the Vario - unlike its 'light truck' counterparts - does not need a tilting cab, making it ideally suited to the van concept. As a result, the Vario is ideally suited to applications such as parcel-delivery, quick response ambulances, mobile support units or even as a camper van.
Space is certainly not a problem as the long wheelbase offers internal load volumes of up to 17.4m2, making it the largest panel van on the market today.
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