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Mercedes-Benz Vito Q&As
Check out real-world situations relating to the Mercedes-Benz Vito here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.
Why does my 2008 Mercedes-Benz Vito cut out when moving or idling?
Again, a problem like this is very difficult to diagnose via remote control. You haven’t given me much to go on here, but my first suggestion would be to have the car scanned at a workshop and see what error codes materialise. From there, you can take a much more targeted approach to working out which of the hundreds of possible components is causing the problem. Don’t forget the basics, either, such as contaminated or old fuel in the tank. Modern fuel doesn’t like sitting around in a tank and can `go off’ over time.Show more
Why have Mercedes-Benz taken the Vito off the market?
The Vito van has been under scrutiny for failing to meet the emission laws, and Mercedes has been ordered to recall them.Show more
Alternator difficulties with 2013 Vito
Show the dealer your record of reports and battery replacements to back up your claim and request a goodwill payment to cover the cost of replacing the alternator. If that isn't successful you could consider going to VCAT.Show more
Valuation for 2004 Mercedes-Benz Vito van
There are a lot of variables affecting the value of a van like the Vito. Is it a diesel or petrol? Is it a short wheelbase or long? Does it have a high roof or standard? It's got low kays, long reg and new tyres, all factors in its favour. Assuming it's a regular diesel van the value would be $8000-$10,000.Show more
Mercedes-Benz Vito Seats
The following Mercedes-Benz Vito is available in either Panel Van or Crew Cab configuration. The 111, 114, 116 and 119 Panel Van variants are all available with only two seats. The 114 and 119 Crew Cab variants have a first row three-seater bench, with folding outer seat, increasing the capacity to five seats. All variants come with wear-resistant Black Tunja fabric upholstery.