How many miles can you get out of a Mercedes Vito?

How many miles can you get out of a Mercedes Vito?

“Our experience has proved that a properly maintained Vito can be relied upon to run for a million miles and more without serious trouble.

Is the 1.6 Vito any good?

The new Vito is very refined and quiet on the move thanks to quality engines and good noise insulation. The basic 1.6-litre engine in the 109 CDI can feel strained with a full load on board, but it’s fine around town. The Vito also handles well with good steering weight and impressive body control.

Does Mercedes Vito have Renault engine?

Mercedes Vito bodystyles and variants Front-wheel drive Vitos borrow bits from the Renault Trafic family, and up until 2020 came with a choice of two Renault 1.6-litre diesel engines, while equivalent rear-wheel drive Vitos use a 2.1-litre Mercedes engine available in three power outputs.

What is the best engine for Mercedes Vito?

While the 161bhp 2.1-litre diesel is the most frugal engine option (at least officially) and the 188bhp 2.1 is certainly the most powerful, it’s actually the 113bhp 1.6 (badged 111 CDI) that we would opt for.

What engine is in the 1.6 Vito?

The smaller 1.6-litre diesel engine is shared with Renault. This is offered with power outputs of 88PS (in the 109 CDI) or 114PS (in the 111 CDI) and comes in front-wheel drive only – a first for the Mercedes Vito. The engine promises a friendlier entry-level price.

How many miles to the gallon does a Mercedes Vito do?

The Vito has also proved a star in the fuel economy stakes during its stay. The official fuel economy figure is 47.1 miles per gallon and during our test period our final figure added up to a very pleasing 46.9 mpg.

Where is the Mercedes Vito built?

Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain
Mercedes-Benz Vito

Mercedes-Benz V-Class
Production 1996–present
Assembly Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain (Mercedes-Benz Espana, S.A.)
Body and chassis
Class Light commercial vehicle/Large MPV (V-Class/Viano) (M)

Why does my Mercedes have a Renault engine?

The engine is seen as a key to reducing fleet emissions in the wake of slumping diesel sales, especially for small and midsize cars. Mercedes uses Renault’s 1.6-liter four-cylinder diesel engines coupled with Renault transmissions in the Vito front-wheel-drive medium van.

What engine is in a Mercedes Vito?

Vito Tourer technical specifications The OM 654 4-cylinder diesel engine is available on all rear-wheel drive Vito models. Expect more power than ever before and a more efficient drive, with improved noise and vibration comfort.

Which Mercedes models have Renault engines?

The Mercedes-Benz M282 is a 1.3 L (1,332 cc) inline-four 16-valve turbocharged petrol engine produced from 2018. It was jointly developed by the Renault–Nissan–Mitsubishi Alliance and the Mercedes-Benz Group, and is the successor to the 1.6L variant of the M270 engine.

Who makes Mercedes-Benz diesel engines?

Production will begin in 2014, and the unspecified engines will be used both in Infiniti and Mercedes-Benz models made in North America.

What is the difference between V-Class and Vito?

Driving both Benzes back-to-back the most immediate difference you’ll appreciate is that the Vito has a standard cruise control system, whereas the V-Class has the optional Distronic Plus adaptive package that monitors the gap to vehicles in front adjusting its speed accordingly.

Why is Mercedes using Renault engines?

Why did Mercedes stop making diesel?

According to an interview with The Detroit Bureau, Mercedes’ Car Group research and development boss Ola Källenius says the automaker has developed a new diesel engine that meets tough new European emissions standards, but that this powertrain won’t make its way to the US, citing a lack of customer interest.

When did Mercedes Vito become Euro 6?

September 2016
Since September 2016, all new Mercedes Vito vans have been Euro 6 compliant.

How long will Mercedes diesel engine last?

Experts say the diesel engine could last 300,000 miles, and in some cases 500,000 miles.