Mercedes-Benz Reviews

Good: Refined and comfortable, big improvement on the Renault Kangoo it's based on, 109 CDI BlueEfficiency returns a claimed 65.7mpg.
Bad: Rival vans are cheaper.
Good: Cheapest way to get a seven-seater Mercedes-Benz, available with a petrol engine.
Bad: Interior is dated and unsophisticated compared to Ford Tourneo Connect and Volkswagen Caddy, feels too much like the Kangoo.
Good: Available as a six, seven or eight-seater, will cover 252 miles on a single charge, exempt from Congestion Charge fees.
Bad: Prices expected to start at £60,000, not available until late 2020.
Good: Premium alternative to the standard camper, plush interior will sleep four, electric sliding door and tailgate fitted as standard.
Bad: High starting price, automatic only, quality of optional side awning could be better.
Good: Excellent refinement and supple suspension, high quality cabin.
Bad: Basic design is beginning to age, have a bit of a reputation for rust.
Good: One of the best used vans on the market, easy to drive, wide range of bodystyles.
Bad: Expensive, no front-wheel drive option.
Good: Huge carrying capacity, easy to drive, impressive choice of bodystyles, efficient range of 2.1-litre engines.
Bad: Most of the smart tech costs extra.
Good: All-electric panel van with range of 93 miles, one-tonne payload capacity, zero tailpipe emissions.
Bad: Not available until late-2019.
Good: Luxurious and comfortable cabin, easy and relaxed to drive, well-equipped as standard, five star Euro NCAP rating.
Bad: Expensive to buy, engines are gruff when pushed hard, rearranging the rear seats requires an extra pair of hands.
Good: Generous amounts of space for passengers in all three rows of seats and very comfortable seats, tight turning circle, upmarket image.
Bad: Engines are starting to feel dated and lack refinement you'd expect, ride is surprisingly bumpy, high number of recalls.
Good: Mercedes-Benz quality shines through with a comfortable and quiet cabin, lots of configurations thanks to various lengths and roof heights, strong engines.
Bad: Still has awkward foot-operated parking brake.
Good: Excellent quality and great to drive, car-like refinement and quiet engines, crew cab and minibus variants, good standard equipment levels.
Bad: Foot-operated parking brake is a pain, 1.6-litre engine a little lethargic when laden, no high roof option, lack of cabin stowage.
Good: Exempt from VED and pollution zone charges, 1073kg payload, easy to drive, eight-year battery warranty.
Bad: Limited range of 93 miles, no fast charge option.
Good: Premium pick-up with car-like refinement and comfort, quiet engines, 3.5 tonne towing capacity.
Bad: Expensive to buy new, high running costs, interior quality not quite up to Mercedes-Benz car standards.

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