The Mercedes V class arrived in early 2015 and it will replace the Mercedes Viano. There are different models, the long version being the 8 seater. So if you are booking and particularly want the larger model, it would be worth checking. As it is a new Mercedes car there are many luxury components such as a leather steering wheel as standard.
The V Class has a massive interior so there is plenty of space for passengers and luggage. The sliding rear doors ensure that access and loading and unloading of luggage is made easier. Comfort is important in this car with lumbar support seats for both the driver and front seat passenger. Active seat ventilation helps to make the drive a more pleasant experience.
Despite its size, the Mercedes V Class is easy to drive. With added safety features such as Attention assist - which lets you know when you have strayed out of your lane - and Active Park Assist - to enable automated parking - you are sure to have a safe trip. Reversing cameras make parking in tight spots a breeze and the opening tailgate window means that once parked you can still get access to the boot.
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