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What Mercedes van models are there?

Mercedes has three models in its van lineup, each with a choice of different lengths and heights. The smallest model is the Mercedes Citan, which shares parts and engines with the Renault Kangoo. The next model in the lineup is the Vito van, which comes in three different lengths. At the top of the range is the Sprinter van, which is available in two different height options and three different lengths.

Does Mercedes make an electric van?

All three vans in the Mercedes lineup now offer a battery-electric option. The smallest model, the eCitan, has a range of around 177 miles from its 44kWh battery pack.

The larger eVito can cover 162 miles using a 66kWh pack or, for passenger-carrying duties, there’s the eVito Tourer, which uses a larger 100kWh battery pack, giving a 221-mile range.

The eSprinter is currently offered with a 55kWh battery pack giving a range of 95 miles, meaning it’s best suited to short-range delivery work.

Can I get finance on a used Mercedes with Motorpoint?

Motorpoint offers Hire Purchase (HP) finance as an option on all the vans we sell, allowing you to spread the cost for up to five years. Speak to a member of our team by giving them a call or visiting us in-store to receive a personalised finance quote.

Mercedes van FAQs

The Citan is the smallest model in the Mercedes van range so achieves the best economy as a result. Up to 51mpg is possible in the 110CDI model with its frugal 1.5-litre diesel engine.

Vito vans get a choice of either a 1.7-litre or 2.0-litre diesel engine, with both able to return around 38mpg.

As the largest model, the Sprinter uses the most fuel. Engine choices are either a 2.1-litre four-cylinder diesel or a 3.0-litre six cylinder. Most Sprinter versions return a little over 30mpg.

Mercedes vans should prove reasonably safe in the event of a crash. The Citan in its passenger-carrying Tourer form earned five stars from Euro NCAP in 2022.

The Vito and Sprinter were also tested by Euro NCAP on its commercial vehicle testing program, which focuses on safety assist technologies. For 2022, the Vito earned a gold safety rating, with the Sprinter bringing home silver.

Starting with the Citan, this compact van is available either as a panel van or as a passenger-carrying Tourer. You only get one length and height choice for the Citan.

The Vito van is also available either as a panel van or as a Tourer with additional seating. Vitos come in one height option only but in L1, L2 and L3 lengths.

Sprinter vans get the most size choices, with H1, H2 and H3 roof height options, along with with L1, L2, L3 and L4 lengths, giving buyers lots of flexibility depending on what they need their van to carry.

The Citan measures in at around 4.5 metres long – a little longer than a typical family hatchback – making it easy to use around town. The load area is 1.8 metres long, 1.5 metres wide and 1.25 metres tall.

Moving up to the Vito, the vehicle length grows to 4.9, 5.1 and 5.4 metres for the L1, L2 and L3 respectively. For all versions, the load area width and height are fixed at 1.7 and 1.4 metres respectively, while the length ranges from 2.6, to 2.8, to 3.1 metres for the longest version.

The Sprinter takes a further jump up in size. The smallest model is 5.3 metres long with a load area that’s 2.7 metres long, 1.8 metres wide and 1.8 metres tall. These numbers grow incrementally through the Sprinter range, with the load area on the largest L4 H3 model measuring in at 4.8 metres long, 1.8 metres wide and 2.2 metres tall.

Mercedes as a company has earned a strong reputation for its engineering capabilities so its vans should prove to be robust in use. The brand’s vans will automatically tell users when they need to be serviced but intervals are generally every two years for fuel-driven versions. Intervals are currently set at one year for Mercedes electric vans.