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2003 Mercedes-Benz Vito
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2003 Mercedes-Benz Vito Pricing and Specs

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The Mercedes-Benz Vito 2003 prices range from $4,100 for the basic trim level Commercial Vito 108CDI to $8,250 for the top of the range Commercial Vito 112CDI.

The Mercedes-Benz Vito 2003 is available in Diesel and Regular Unleaded Petrol. Engine sizes and transmissions vary from the Commercial 2.2L 5 SP Manual to the Commercial 2.2L 4 SP Automatic.

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Mercedes-Benz Vito Models SPECS PRICE
108CDI 2.2LDiesel5 speed manual $4,100 – 6,600
112CDI 2.2LDiesel4 speed automatic $5,300 – 8,250
113 2.0LRegular Unleaded Petrol4 speed automatic $4,600 – 7,480
113 2.0LRegular Unleaded Petrol5 speed manual $4,300 – 6,930

Mercedes-Benz Vito 2003 FAQs

Check out real-world situations relating to the Mercedes-Benz Vito here, particularly what our experts have to say about them.

  • What van should I get to build a camper van?

    Mitsubishi’s L300 Express was available as a four-wheel-drive model way back in the 1980s (83 to 86) and was a very popular van to convert for camping thanks to that all-wheel-drive grip that allowed it to tackle rough roads with little problem. After 1986, a few of the later model Express 4WD vans (often badged Delica) made it into Australia as private imports, and there are a few of them around now to choose from.

    The requirement to be able to stand up inside the vehicle will limit your choices a little, but popular vans like the Toyota HiAce, Ford Transit and Mercedes-Benz Vito were available in a high-roof configuration. Even though they lacked all-wheel-drive, generally rugged construction means they should cope with dirt roads pretty well. They just won’t have the grip for off-road work.

    As with any second-hand commercial vehicle, try to find out what it did in its previous life. A van that has been used for hard labour might well be worn out. And don’t forget, nobody bought these things new for anything other than a working life.

    If, on the other hand, you’re shipping for a brand-new van, there are plenty of options from Ford, Mercedes, Peugeot, Fiat, Toyota and more. The vast majority of them use a turbo-diesel engine so will be quite economical and many also offer an automatic transmission for ease of driving. Choose the one that suits your intended layout best in terms of side and rear doors and the ability to climb from the front seat into the van area without leaving the vehicle (some have cargo barriers that will prevent this).

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  • 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.

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  • 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.

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