Pricing and specification announced for evolved Mercedes-Benz eVito

Mercedes-Benz has announced the pricing and specification for its new eVito, including a range of technology as standard and a range of 92 miles.

The eVito, which will come in two lengths and two trim levels, has many of the new features added to the diesel Vito earlier in the year, such as the PROGRESSIVE trim level offering greater specification enhancements as the entry to the range, and the PLUS Package available for the eVito for the first time.

Priced from £40,895 for an eVito PROGRESSIVE panel van 35kWh L2, and from £42,015 for an eVito PLUS package panel van 35kWh L2, the eVito offers a range of technology as standard. This includes DAB radio, reverse camera, anti-theft Protection Package with double-locks, a new-style grille with chrome fins, and a Type 2, 8m, 32amp charging cable, which facilitates the fastest possible AC charging time (infrastructure dependant).

The PLUS Package is now the mid-range of the evolved eVito, with electrically foldable mirrors, colour-coded bumpers, full wheel covers, a 75mph speed limiter, and PARKTRONIC parking sensors.

The eVito offers 85 (70) kW of power, 300Nm of torque, a 92-mile WLTP combined range, achieved in the balanced drive mode ‘E’, and a six-hour charging time, based on three-phase charging.

In addition, Mercedes PRO connect integrated as standard across all trim lines, and it comes with free access to Optimised Assistance giving real-time reports of critical parts and fluids, journey logs, theft warning alerts, live locking from a mobile phone, geofencing, Accident & Breakdown Management, and live traffic information. The eVito also benefits from pre-conditioning of the heaters, and highlights the vehicle charging options nearby.

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Dan Parton
Dan Parton
Dan Parton is a former editor of Truck & Driver, the UK’s biggest selling truck magazine. He is now the editor of our three commercial vehicle titles: The Van Expert, The Truck Expert and Commercial Vehicle Engineer.

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