The New Mercedes-Benz V-Class Is The S-Class Of The Minivans

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Gone is the Mercedes-Benz Viano, in is the brand new Mercedes-Benz V-Class. It's a seven-seat minivan that can also be a business shuttle since it gets most of its gadgets straight from the S-Class. And it might even make it to the US...

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Only the dinner was more luxurious at its premier in Munich, but until I have more on that, enjoy the first pictures live from the scene:

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DISCUSSION

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Bueller

Come on, the V-class is built for what it's intended: a delivery van. Several magazines pointed out that it's more poorly finished than more peasant competitors. BTW, it's sold most as window-less vans.