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Expected Launch: Jan 2019
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About Mercedes-Benz V-Class

Mercedes-Benz is all set to start the New Year with making a comeback into the segment which was long left. The Stuttgart based carmaker is all set to launch the V-Class in India on January 24, 2019 which will mark its return into the MPV segment. The Mercedes-Benz V-Class will be launched in India as a Completely Built Unit and will be imported from Spain. The company has not confirmed local assembly for it yet which would have neutralized the price to some extent.

Mercedes-Benz V-Class Preview

The Mercedes-Benz V-Class is available in three dimensions in the global market- 4985 mm, 5140 mm and an extra-long wheelbase version which measures at 5370 mm. It is offered in two seating configurations- an eight-seater variant where both second and third row get three executive seats and a seven-seat version where the second row gets two executive seats. Interestingly, the second-row seats can also be rotated towards the door which adds to the comfort as it makes ingress and egress easy. Moreover, the seats can also be rotated to 180-degrees and the passengers can sit facing each other, thus making it an apt MPV where interactions and meetings can be held on the go.

The Mercedes-Benz V-Class in the global market is loaded with all the bells and whistles which we get in a similarly priced Mercedes-Benz E-Class sedan. Advanced features like lane keep assist, 360-degree camera view, blind spot detection and more are also on board and we expect them to make way to India since it will be a CBU. The European market gets the V-Class with multiple engine options but our market is likely to get only the OM654 2.0-litre, four-cylinder diesel engine which is BSVI complaint and debuted in the current-generation E-Class. The engine produces 191 bhp and 400 Nm of peak torque.

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