Mercedes-Benz Viano alternatives

Latest model: Mercedes-Benz Viano 2011
Mercedes-Benz Viano 2011The Mercedes-Benz Viano leads its class, defining the new benchmark for large-capacity cars. New engines and new transmissions reduce emissions and fuel consumption while enhancing performance. The new chassis provides the ultimate in ride convenience and driving security. The cockpit and passenger compartment are more user-friendly and attractively appointed than ever. The Mercedes-Benz Viano is instantly recognisable by its face, featuring the Mercedes star in the style of the current passenger vehicles, and a newly developed back section.

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The new face of the Mercedes-Benz Viano presents a yet more striking and distinctive exterior, in keeping with the style of the current passenger vehicles from Mercedes-Benz. Three slats painted in silver with chrome trims partition the radiator grille, fronting a sporty black grille featuring a diamond pattern. The radiator grille is offset by new reflector headlamps in a distinctive layout. The reflector has been enlarged to increase the light output. The daytime driving lights which come as traditional are integrated with their own light source in the headlamp housings, together with the fog lamps.

The Mercedes-Benz Viano is now optionally available with a mix of Bi-xenon headlamps, LED daytime driving lights, cornering lights, Add-light system and a headlamp washer system. The cornering light is controlled via the indicator lever and is effective up to a speed of 40 km/h. The Add-light system is active at speeds of up to 70 km/h, depending on the steering angle. The particularly extensive Mercedes-Benz Viano Ambiente equipment line contains the Bi-xenon headlamps as traditional.

The Mercedes-Benz Viano's bumper also comes in a new, updated layout featuring a honeycomb exterior. The smooth and ungrained surface is painted in the vehicle's look colour on all Mercedes-Benz Viano model variants. The same applies to the three-piece back bumper, which now extends lower to emphasize the Mercedes-Benz Viano's dynamism.