Sunday, November 10, 2019

The Upgraded 2020 Mercedes-Benz V-Class is at P 4.690M (w/ Specs)


In 2014 the Mercedes-Benz V-Class celebrated its debut with a completely new approach to design, value appeal, comfort, and safety in the MPV segment. The concept went on to be a true success: This is confirmed by the 209,000 or so V-Class units that have been sold since its market launch in 2014, a sales record in 2018 with some 64,000 units, one of the youngest buyer groups at Mercedes-Benz and a successful global expansion, especially in Asia.

The style and value appeal of the new V-Class lead the way in the segment. The designers in Stuttgart have used a series of targeted measures to give the V-Class a new look which follows the design idiom of the current Mercedes-Benz passenger cars.



The new V-Class has a broader appearance and an even stronger visual presence thanks to its new front end. This comes courtesy of a new bumper design with striking cooling air inlets and a new diamond structure in the radiator grille. At the same time, four new light-alloy wheel designs ensure a striking, avantgarde appearance.

The interior of the new V-Class follows the trend of modernity and clarity. The new V-Class presents itself with new air vents in a more sporty turbine look as well as new dials in the instrument cluster. Thanks to the reduced design, drivers can orientate themselves much more simply. Modern and elegant can also be used to describe the new trim element in twin-stripe look which is used on the instrument panel and side paneling. The trim elements in the piano lacquer, ebony wood, carbon fiber and brushed aluminium looks remain. And as with the previous model, the first-row passenger seats can be configured to face backwards, allowing for convenient and shared use of the folding tables to hold meetings or have meals with other passengers seated on the second-row.

The V 220d starts at P 4.690 million.



1 comment:

  1. Seems like a downgrade from the previous model year with the omission of LED headlamps and a more spartan interior. Quite the "upgrade" indeed.

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