Mercedes-Benz eVito (2019–)

Model History

November 2017

Mercedes-Benz eVito launched

with a range of around 193 miles and a top speed of 74mph, the all-electric van will carry more than 1000kg and provide cargo volume of up to 6.6 m3. Prices start at £35,000 before Government plug-in grant.

With an installed battery capacity of 41.4 kWh, the range of the new eVito will be around 150km. Even in unfavourable conditions such as low outside temperatures and with a full load, it will have a range of 100 km. The mid-size van is thus perfectly configured for city-centre use by delivery companies,
tradespeople and public transport providers. The battery can be fully charged in around six hours, while an output of 84kW and up to 300Nm of torque deliver dynamic performance.

Initially, it will be possible to pre-order the eVito with one of two wheelbases. The long-wheelbase version has a total vehicle length of 5140mm, while the extra-long version measures 5370mm. Maximum payload is 1073kg and a maximum load volume of 6.6 m3. Installation of the battery beneath the vehicle contributes to the unrestricted usability of the entire load space. The maximum gross vehicle
weight stands at 3200kg.

January 2020

UK prices and specifications for eVito

Available in two lengths, and priced from £39,895 ex VAT, eVito is eligible for the Office For Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) Grant. This means that customers can benefit from a 20 per cent reduction on the vehicle purchase price, up to a maximum of £8000.

The front-wheel drive eVito has been aligned with the current Vito range and offers a standard specification that mirrors the Pure model line, including: a height and rake adjustable steering wheel; Hill Start Assist; electrically adjustable heated exterior mirrors; sliding doors on both sides of the vehicle; wood flooring; and an adaptive brake light.

In addition to the Pure specification, the eVito exclusively offers: Mercedes Pro connect; heated drivers’ seat; Tempmatic air conditioning; a four-metre charging cable; and a CanTrack vehicle tracker, all as standard too.

Priced from £39,895 ex VAT for the eVito Van Pure L2, and £40,415 ex VAT for the eVito Van Pure L3, the L2 model offers 6.0 m3 cargo volume, 2,277kg kerb weight, 3,200kg GVW, and a payload of 923kg. The L3 offers 6.6 m3 cargo volume, 2,302kg kerb weight, 3,200kg GVW, and a payload of 898kg.

In addition to the Pure trim, the eVito Progressive trim will also be available and includes the following additions; colour coded bumpers, full wheel covers, front fog lights, Headlight Assist, 75mph speed limiter, Audio 15, lumbar support and electrically foldable mirrors, all as standard. The eVito Progressive van L2 will be available from £41,600 ex VAT and £42,120 ex VAT for the L3 variant.

For both specification levels, Mercedes Pro connect comes as standard and is free for the first three years, with benefits including; Remote Access, Digital Drivers’ Log, Drive Style monitoring, real-time variable servicing monitoring, parking time monitor and geo-fence options. In addition for the eVito, the vehicle benefits from pre-conditioning of the heaters, and highlights the vehicle charging options nearby.

What does a Mercedes-Benz eVito (2019) cost?