It’s been almost two years since we last drove the eVito and now, a year later than planned, it has finally arrived in the UK.
The MirrorCam system is a first for for a mass-produced truck and it will be standard on all models
I love that slick auto gearbox – an item that is still fairly rare in the van world
Mercedes tests two models with an eye on the desire for larger electric vans with acceptable cargo volumes. By Simon Harris
Mercedes-Benz ‘candy shop’ truck will attract owner-drivers. By Tim Campbell
The next generation Sprinter is a staggeringly good overall package with Mercedes Pro Connect and front-wheel drive. By Simon Harris
John Lewis discovers that the Mercedes-Benz "first" front wheel drive Sprinter increases payload and fleet appeal in the first drive review.
Simon Harris finds the new pick-up X-Class has Navara influences but it’s very much a Mercedes-Benz in terms of equipment and interiors.
Mercedes-Benz's Sprinter continues to set the pace introducing technology in tune with the changing marketplace, as Liam Campbell finds in the first look.
Arocs has an important role to play in the progress of Mercedes-Benz in the four-axle rigids sector, as Tim Campell discovers.
Our test drive of the Mercedes-Benz Actros shows that parent company Daimler is consistently improving its truck offering.
It’s regarded as a van for VAT purposes but this classy number speaks volumes about the company that runs it
Double Commercial Fleet Award-winner releases anniversary special
Revised appearance and significantly increased range of new safety technology
The first Euro 6 van on sale in the UK is worlds ahead of most of its rivals
The arrival of the Mercedes-Benz Citan last year marked the German manufacturer’s first foray into the small van sector.
Mercedes-Benz may be sitting at a healthy number five in the UK van sales charts, but it has always been hamstrung when it comes to improving its position further.
New upgraded Vito fine-tunes its fleet credentials
We’re all familiar with the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van but this dropside version is a relative rarity. Things may soon change, however, if the German firm has its way.
It’s sleek, it’s smooth and Mercedes-Benz reckons it’s the safest LCV in the world. Meet the German manufacturer’s brand new panel van.