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MERCEDES V-CLASS/VIANO/VANEO REVIEW
The Viano is the biggest people carrier from Mercedes yet and is based on the Vito van. Although the cabin has a dated theme and boxy styling, the Viano is made with the design to be comfortable and upmarket. The Mercedes Viano is available in three different lengths which allow you carry up to eight adults in plenty of comfort with a wide range of seating variations including face to face seating although the seats are not light to lift out and rearrange. You can remove all the seats if you want to create a van like luggage area. The Mercedes Viano isn't particularly quiet or refined and can be uncomfortable on poor surface but on motorways your Viano will happily cruise along with minimal fuss. The Viano, being as large as it is, is hard to take through tight manoeuvres such as parking and doesn't have particularly sharp steering, although this is no less than you would expect from a people carrier. The space inside the Mercedes Viano is large, allowing enough room for a 6ft driver to sit comfortably and enough head and leg room for everybody else. All seats are ergonomically designed with 3 point seat belts and all the passenger seats, which are individual, have armrests and adjustable back rests. These seats slide forwards and back on rails so you can adjust the leg and luggage room accordingly. Sliding doors on both sides of the vehicle allow easier access. The Viano comes as standard with 6 seats but can be purchased with an extra 2 seats and there are numerous seating layouts you can choose from, including folding the seats down to create a table. Throughout the vehicle are plenty of stowage areas including a lidded cubby on the dash, large door pockets which can hold 1.5 litre bottles and a massive 11 litre glove box. The interior of the Mercedes Viano is good quality but does look bland and dated. The driving position provides excellent forward visibility because of the large windscreen and high seating position, although rear visibility is awkward due to the length of the vehicle.
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The Mercedes Vaneo is a 5 seater vehicle available with the option to buy an extra 2 seats. This makes the interior versatile, allowing you to swap, change, add and take away seats as you need. The seating arrangement allows for plenty of legroom for all passengers and in fairness, headroom is fairly decent too. The Vaneo's seats could be a little more supportive. On longer journeys you start to feel the lack of support and this can get uncomfortable, not helped of course by the hard, bumpy ride. On the plus, the Vaneo has light and direct steering and sharp handling. Road grip is good. The engines of the Vaneo can be particularly noisy but wind and road noise remain low. The interior of the vehicle is clearly laid out, buttons are logically placed although there are quite a lot of them but the plastics do feel a little cheap. Heated electric mirrors, tinted glass and an adjustable steering wheel are all standard features of the Vaneo. The high driving position and large glass area create great forward and side visibility although large headrests can restrict the rear view. The load area isn't bad and due to the versatility of seats you can add and take away as you please to get a perfect load space. The tall shape of the vehicle means awkward loads are easy to stow. All Mercedes Vaneo's come standard with twin front and side airbags, ABS and traction control as safety features, plus an alarm system with interior protection and an immobiliser for security of the vehicle.