Mercedes-Benz has announced three new trim levels for its Vito medium van range.
In addition to standard equipment across the line-up including a leather steering wheel, automatic headlights and parking sensors, there is now a choice of Pure, Progressive and Premium spec.
Pure vans get equipment including an Audio 10 infotainment system, active parking assist, heated and electrically adjustable exterior mirrors, an overhead control panel, and heat-insulating glass.
Progressive spec adds metallic paint, colour-coded front and rear bumpers, an Audio 15 infotainment system, electrically folding exterior mirrors, front fog lamps, cruise control, full wheel trims, and driver’s seat lumbar support.
In addition, range-topping Premium spec comes with air conditioning, 17in alloy wheels, a chrome radiator grille, reversing camera, anti-theft protection package and double lock, velour floor mats, and pre-installation for Becker Map Pilot navigation.
Pure trim is available with 109 CDI (1.6-litre 88hp), 111 CDI (1.6-litre 114hp) and 114 CDI (2.1-litre 136hp) engines, Progressive trim is available with all those plus the 116 CDI (2.1-litre 163hp) engine, and Premium trim is available with the 114 CDI, 116 CDI and 119 CDI (2.1-litre 190hp) engines.
The Vito Tourer passenger-carrying variant retains its Pro and Select trim levels, with an additional Sport trim to be added in the spring.
Additionally, Vito vehicle lengths have been rebranded from Compact, Long and Extra Long to L1, L2 and L3.
Prices for the new trims with a 114 CDI panel van L2 model start from £23,900 for Pure, £25,570 for Progressive, and £27,580 for Premium, all excluding VAT.