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The V-Class is an MPV that is spacious and large. In 1996, the first model was put on the market for consumer purchase. Second-generation Vianos was launched in 2004, and the name was changed to reflect this. The vehicle was given a facelift in 2010 with new bumpers and lights on the front and back. Upgraded materials and cutting-edge technologies have also been added to the interior. The third generation of the V-Class debuted in 2014 and was renamed V-Class.
There are two diesel engines available for the Mercedes-Benz V-Class. The Diesel engine has a displacement of 2143 cc and a displacement of 1950 cc. An automatic transmission is an option. Variations and fuel types affect the V-mileage, Class's which ranges from 16.0 kmpl to 18.0 kmpl. With a length of 5370mm, a wheelbase of 3430mm, and 7 seats, the V-Class is a seven-seater four-cylinder automobile. Lastly, the V-Class has a 7-speed automatic transmission that is smooth.
The V-Class is a head-turner in every sense of the term. From the outside, its distinctive design is a visual treat for the eyes. The sophisticated design of the interior and the use of high-quality materials and thorough workmanship ensure that the interior looks and feels as nice as it does.
Typical of Mercedes-Benz, the V-Class offers a high degree of comfort, from the roomy interior and premium materials and workmanship to the user-friendly control scheme and ambient lighting, for example. Everything about the V-Class is designed to make your trip as comfortable as possible.
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The V-Class Elite from Mercedes-Benz has been released in India for Rs 1.1 crore (ex-showroom). At Rs 68.4 lakh, Rs 81.9 lakh, and Rs 1.1 crore correspondingly, are the three V-Class MPV variants: Expression (7-seater), Exclusive (6-seater), and Elite.
The 2.1-litre BS6 diesel engine that powers the Expression and Exclusive models generates 163 hp and 380 Nm of peak torque when paired with a 7-speed automatic transmission. With the Elite model, Mercedes-Benz has now included a 2.0-litre diesel engine that meets BS6 emissions standards. The 2.1-litre engine's output and torque remain the same, but the 9G-Tronic automatic transmission is now standard instead of the 7-speed AT.
If you choose the Elite trim level, you'll get access to features such as a panoramic sunroof, a 15-speaker Burmester audio system, and air conditioning vents that look like turbines. A tyre pressure monitoring system and six airbags are included in the V-safety Class's features for the driver and passengers. Cameras with blind-spot and lane assist are also included.
Ambient lighting, two-zone climate control, and Mercedes' infotainment system with navigation are just some of the other goodies that can be found in the new C-Class.
The V-Class currently has no direct competition in the country, but that is about to change when the Toyota Vellfire goes on sale next year. You can choose from Arctic White, Brilliant Silver, Selenite Grey, Steel Blue and Rock Crystal White for your Mercedes-Benz V-Class.
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The 7-speed automatic transmission in the V-Class offers silky shifts.
In terms of handling, ride quality, and suspension, Mercedes-Benz engineering is flawless. Despite its enormous size and weight, the steering is extremely responsive. Even though it's lightweight, it's still very responsive. The V-Class uses the C-electro-mechanical Class's steering.
The suspension also contributes to a smooth ride. No matter how rough the drive is, the backseat passengers remain relaxed and undisturbed.
As a result of its adjustable dampers, the V-Class drives more like a yacht on the highway, coasting over minor waves. Certainly, the V-Class succeeds in its stated goal of providing a relaxing and comfortable ride for passengers.
The V-Class uses a 2,143cc, four-cylinder turbo-diesel engine to power this three-ton van. It produces 163 horsepower and 380 Nm of torque. In any event, the numbers are impressive enough to get the automobile moving. But, and here's the catch — it takes a long time to get there. There is a lot of turbo lag while the car is at a standstill.
The V-design Class is quite functional. Many people may find it unappealing. The cabin resembles a small conference room in appearance.
At the end of this year, the Carnival is expected to be launched with the most powerful engine of the bunch, and it will be way easier on your pockets. With a price tag of'81.3 lakh (ex-showroom) for this Exclusive edition of the V-Class, it's really expensive.
The V-layout Class is highly functional. The cabin resembles a small conference room in appearance. There are two distinct V-Class models. In addition to the standard six-seater, there is also a seven-seater version. The six-seater has four seats facing each other in the back. You may, of course, modify the orientation of the seats so that they face in the direction of travel. The seats are all on rails, which means that you can also move them around or fold them up to make more room in the trunk.
Despite the engine's refinement, it is somewhat noisy. Again, we're talking about a van here, so don't hold your breath waiting for an adrenaline-pumping ride. Although the Innova and Carnival have similar-sized diesel engines, the Innova has more power and the Carnival has a better performance.
The 7-speed automatic transmission in the V-Class ensures smooth gearshifts, but it is also sluggish. In the event of an emergency overtake, you'll appreciate the convenience of the paddle shifters. The V-engine Class's and transmission perform a respectable job considering its three-ton weight, but it's never going to be the ideal getaway vehicle for a bank heist...
While the V-Class will be an excellent choice for the luxury fleet, who will buy one for personal use when you have the Innova, which has set the standard for this segment in terms of ride quality, storage space, and overall comfort? The one positive aspect of the V-Class is that it can be configured as a conference room thanks to the movable seating configuration. And, of course, there's the venerable triangular symbol! To get something more luxurious and enjoyable to drive, though, we suggest you hold out for the Kia Carnival. When it comes to room and comfort, there is nothing like the Mercedes-Benz on our roads.
Body Type MUV
Fuel Type Diesel
ARAI Mileage 16.0 kmpl
Seating Capacity 7