Comparison: Boot space Mercedes-Benz Vito vs. competitors 2024

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In the captivating world of Mercedes-Benz, where luxury meets utility, the Vito stands out as a versatile beacon of commercial vehicular excellence. Revel in the satisfaction of ample boot space that has played a transformative role throughout the Vito's evolvement. From its first iteration, the Vito Vito 638 (1996-2003), with a vanishing boot space but a colossal 4900 liters with seats folded, to the current facelift versions of the Vito 447 (2019 onwards), boasting an astounding 6000 liters with seats down, the Vito has established itself as an indispensable ally to the worker, the adventurer, and the large family alike. With each subsequent facelift, the Vito not only embraced innovation but showcased Mercedes-Benz's commitment to accommodating evolving needs, all while ensuring the plush comfort and sophisticated styling synonymous with the brand.

Mercedes-Benz Vito - How has the boot space changed over the generations?

Traversing through the Vito's lineage, we observe an enthralling expedition of boot space expansion and refinement. The first monumental leap occurred with the transition from the Vito 638's non-specified boot space to the Vito 639 (2003-2010) and its 4650 liters - a testament to Mercedes-Benz's drive towards multipurpose utility. However, an intriguing dip to 430 liters in the 2010 facelift reveals a peculiar anomaly in this otherwise upward trajectory. Fear not, for this was but a prelude to the opulent spaciousness championed by the later models, with the Vito 447 (2014-2019) showcasing a significant uptick to 720 liters, preparing the stage for the grand 6000 liters we relish in the current models. A dance of dimensions, revealing the Vito's evolving soul.

Mercedes-Benz Vito generations

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Mercedes-Benz Vito generations
Generation yearBoot space
Vito, Model year 1996 (Vito 638)0 l
Vito, Model year 2003 (Vito 639)4650 l
Vito, Model year 2010 (Vito 639 (1. Facelift))430 l
Vito, Model year 2014 (Vito 447)720 l
Vito, Model year 2019 (Vito 447 (1. Facelift))0 l
Vito, Model year 2024 (Vito 447 (2. Facelift))0 l
The difference in Boot space between first generation (Vito 638) from 1996 and last generation (Vito 447 (2. Facelift)) from 2024 is 0 l.
The boot space of the current generation of Vito is 0 l.


Mercedes-Benz Vito variants: eVito {VAN} vs. Vito {VAN}

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Boot space: Mercedes-Benz Vito variants
Variant nameBoot space
eVito {VAN}0 l
Vito {VAN}0 l

The boot space compared to other Mercedes-Benz models

Within the vast expanse of the Mercedes-Benz galaxy, the Vito's boot space shines brightly, trailing the capaciousness of the elusive Marco Polo Activity and eVito Tourer siblings, yet overshadowing many with its utilitarian grandeur. Contrasted against the more compact luxury of the Mercedes-Benz A{class} and the GLA models, the Vito asserts its dominion with ample room for life's adventures and commercial endeavors alike. It's a stark reminder that within the Mercedes-Benz hierarchy, the Vito serves not merely as a means of transport but as a cavernous sanctuary for the tangible aspects of our lives.

Mercedes-Benz Vito vs other current cars by Mercedes-Benz

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Boot space: Vito vs. other models by Mercedes-Benz
Variant nameBoot space
AMG SL 213 l
AMG GT Coupé 321 l
S{class} AMG Limousine 330 l
EQA 340 l
A{class} AMG 350 l
A{class} 350 l
GLS AMG 355 l
Maybach GLS 355 l
GLS 355 l
C{class} AMG Cabriolet 355 l
C{class} Coupé 360 l
C{class} Cabriolet 360 l
CLE Cabriolet 385 l
A{class} AMG Limousine 395 l
A{class} Limousine 395 l
C{class} AMG Coupé 400 l
CLE AMG Coupé 410 l
CLE Coupé 420 l
GLA 425 l
EQE 430 l
EQE AMG 430 l
C{class} Limousine 435 l
GLA AMG 435 l
Maybach EQS SUV 440 l
C{class} T-Modell 440 l
CLA Coupé 440 l
B{class} 455 l
AMG GT {4door} Coupé 456 l
CLA AMG Coupé 460 l
C{class} AMG Limousine 480 l
CLA Shooting Brake 485 l
C{class} AMG T-Modell 490 l
CLS AMG Coupé 490 l
C{class} All-Terrain 490 l
CLS Coupé 490 l
EQB 495 l
CLA AMG Shooting Brake 505 l
Maybach S{class} Limousine 505 l
Citan Tourer 517 l
T{class} 520 l
EQE SUV 520 l
E{class} Limousine 540 l
GLC AMG Coupé 545 l
GLC Coupé 545 l
S{class} Limousine 550 l
eCitan Tourer 551 l
EQT 551 l
GLB 565 l
GLB AMG 570 l
EQS AMG 610 l
EQS 610 l
V{class} 610 l
E{class} All-Terrain 615 l
E{class} T-Modell 615 l
GLC 620 l
GLC AMG 620 l
GLE 630 l
GLE AMG 630 l
EQS SUV 645 l
GLE AMG Coupé 655 l
GLE Coupé 655 l
G{class} AMG Station-Wagen {long} 667 l
G{class} Station-Wagen {long} 667 l
Marco Polo 670 l
Vito Tourer 720 l
Marco Polo Horizon 830 l
Marco Polo Activity 830 l
eVito Tourer 990 l
EQV 1030 l
Sprinter Tourer 9000 l
1. AMG SL 213 l
4. EQA 340 l
9. GLS 355 l
19. GLA 425 l
20. EQE 430 l
36. EQB 495 l
48. EQT 551 l
49. GLB 565 l
52. EQS 610 l
56. GLC 620 l
58. GLE 630 l
70. EQV 1030 l

How does the boot space of the Mercedes-Benz Vito compare to it's nearest competitors?

Pitched against its nearest competitors, the Vito's boot space unfurls as a testament to Mercedes-Benz's mastery of space and design. Take, for instance, the Ford Mondeo and SsangYong Korando, which, despite their valiant efforts, fall short with 500 and 486 liters respectively, unable to fathom the depths of the Vito's cavernous rear end. Moreover, the Vito dwarfs rivals like the Land Rover Freelander with its mere 311 liters, and the admirable yet still wanting Toyota RAV4. Even when placed in the ring with titans like the Nissan Interstar and its 3000 liters, the Vito stands unmatched in its multifaceted utility, embracing both the moniker of a spacious family carrier and a dependable commercial steed. The Vito, it seems, transcends the mundanity of comparison, establishing itself as a paragon of boot space brilliance.

Mercedes-Benz Vito vs. similar cars

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Boot space: Mercedes-Benz Vito vs. similar cars
Car modelBoot space
VW Nutzfahrzeuge Crafter 20067500 l
Ford Transit 19986300 l
Nissan NV400 20102800 l
Citroen Spacetourer 20161624 l
Peugeot Traveller 20161624 l
Land Rover Defender 19901600 l
Toyota Proace 20161172 l
Mercedes-Benz V-Klasse 20141030 l
SsangYong Rexton 2003935 l
Nissan Patrol 2000607 l
Ford Edge 2016602 l
Jaguar E-Pace 2018577 l
Mercedes-Benz E-Klasse 2002540 l
Opel Omega 1999530 l
Mercedes-Benz T-Klasse 2022520 l
Nissan Pathfinder 2005515 l
Volvo XC60 2008495 l
Lancia Thesis 2002480 l
Citroen C-Crosser 2007441 l
Peugeot 4008 2012416 l
Lancia Phedra 2002324 l

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