The Vito Tourer is positioned below the luxurious V-Class, making it somewhat more utilitarian even though the era of vans as rudimentary, uncomfortable, noise vehicles with the streamline of a shipping container are far behind us.
With the renewed Vito Tourer, Mercedes-Benz is taking a step further in terms of character. The new Vito can be distinguished by the redesigned radiator grille and the optional body-coloured bumpers. The designers have also upgraded the interior.
Unlike the luxurious V-Class, the dashboard is not of the digital (and very impressive) MBUX type. Instead, the Vito Tourer keeps a fairly traditional dash, although it now has an optional 7-inch touchscreen with smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay. In conjunction with Mercedes PRO connect, navigation with "Live Traffic Information" is available in the Vito for the first time.