Sport Line Package Improves The Looks Of Mercedes-Benz Vito Range

Mercedes-Benz has launched various upgrades for the Vito family that improve its looks and add extra equipment.

Available for the Panel Van, Mixto, and Tourer, in the 2.8t, 3.05t, and 3.1t weight variants, the Sport Line special package costs between €2,500 and €4,100 ($3,113-$5,105) in Germany, depending on the selected version, and will go on sale across Europe this month.

Enhancing its exterior appearance are the black stripes applied to the bonnet and doors, different side skirts and bumpers, chrome-plated radiator grille, roof railing and tinted windows.

The Vito now sits on 18-inch light alloy wheels, but 19-inch ones are available as an option, alongside a large panoramic roof and all-wheel drive, whereas the sports suspension completes its dynamic appearance.

The company hasn’t released any images with the interior at the time of writing, but states that this is where users will find black artificial leather, velour floor mats and a leather-wrapped steering wheel and gearshift lever, in addition to the Chrome Appointments Package.

Describing the Vito Sport Line, Mercedes-Benz Vans’ Head of Sales and Marketing, Klaus Maier, said: “It combines numerous sporty items of additional equipment to offer a dynamic and attractive overall package for our successful model.”

Mercedes-Benz Vito in der Line SPORT.
Mercedes-Benz Vito in the SPORT Line.
Mercedes-Benz Vito in der Line SPORT.
Mercedes-Benz Vito in the SPORT Line.
  • rover10

    Design manager say’s ‘Helmut go and buy some faster stripeings for our sporty van, we must make it look groovy!’

  • Bash

    With the decals?! smh
    but i dig those rims tbh.

  • Christian Wimmer

    Decals = sporty? It’s the ’70s and ’80s all over again! 😀

    • Dr Strangefinger

      Yeah baby, this needs the old flaming chicken on the hood!!!! Or the 01 for street cred!

      • Christian Wimmer


  • Dr Strangefinger

    I mean, come on!!! Sporty??? This is a big ole transport van… could even have a church’s name on the side. Does Merc think they’ll sell more if they sport up a… a van???
    So ridonkulous!!!

  • Six Thousand Times

    Not sure why you’d need go faster stripes on a van you’ll probably wrap in your company’s logos but sure, OK.

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