Mercedes-Benz is to offer its revised Vito with Euro 6c compliant diesel engines as part of a range of updates.
The Euro 6c panel van range will consist of rear-wheel drive models in a choice of three engine variants: 114 CDI and 116 CDI, which are both available in a choice of manual or automatic transmissions, and 119 CDI which has an automatic gearbox as standard.
The crew van RWD will be available with the same three engine variants, but the 116 CDI will be available only with an automatic gearbox.
From September production, Vito will also be available in front-wheel drive form, with the introduction of a 110 CDI manual model.
The Vito Tourer also sees the introduction of a RWD drivetrain from May production, which is certified to Euro 6d-temp standards.
Mercedes-Benz says that this, coupled with the 9G-Tronic automatic transmission as standard, can deliver around 13% lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions (dependent upon driving style).
Vito Tourers fitted with the new drivetrain will emit 151-156g/km CO2 meaning that first year VED will be charged at £855.
The 119 Tourer PRO L1 will emit 150g/km CO2 and will therefore drop down two tax bands, to a new rate of £530.
All Vito models ordered for May production onwards will include Mercedes PRO connect as standard, which offers a range of vehicle management services free-of-charge for three years, including: the emergency call system eCall; maintenance and repair management; fleet communication; theft warning; vehicle supervision; digital trip management; accident and breakdown assist; and vehicle operations.