Ten Second Review
Mercedes-Benz V-Class Lease Review - When you are looking for a car with massive interior, luxury-car technology, ease of handling, and engine efficiency, consider the V-Class range from Mercedes-Benz. The V-Class is intended to appeal to large families and gear-hauling active individuals – without sacrificing comfort and luxury for performance.
The V0Class features car-like interior luxury. The 2-section dashboard design is practical without being stodgy-looking. Seating materials are high quality although some of the cabin’s finishing touches retain a somewhat industrial appearance. Individual and bench seating options accommodate most needs and little effort is required to move or position seats around.
Turbodiesel technology powers the V-Class cars. Opt for a 6-speed manual gearbox or the 7-speed 7G Tronic Plus automatic gearbox. You won’t be exactly sprinting with either transmission (the 6-speed manual reaches 0-62mph in 11.8 seconds, the 7-speed in 10.8 seconds). But you’ll still find V-Class cars sufficiently brisk.
The V-Class has more road grip than other van-derived cars but it also noticeable body roll in cornering. It has good stopping ability but a somewhat light steering quality. The ride is quiet and the V seems to almost float over road imperfections. The cabin interior is vast and easily accommodates people and gear.
Mercedes-Benz may be successfully distancing itself from the commercial van sector, but the V-Class is unmistakably a quintessential mom-mobile van, albeit a plush, smooth-driving one.