Mercedes-Benz Vito in 2015, consists of a variant of the Panel Van, Crew, and Tourer. Mercedes-Benz Vito became the first vehicle in its segment (midsize van) which offers a choice of RWD, AWD and FWD (currently in development). Vito FWD vehicle is very light and the price is certainly very interesting. Vito RWD designed to work carrying heavy loads and pull the camper. While Vito AWD be the perfect choice for those who often run in the streets challenging. Vito FWD diesel engine equipped with 1.6-liter 4-cylinder with 88hp power options (Vito 109 CDI) and 114hp (Vito 111 CDI). For RWD or AWD equipped Vito mechanical heart 2:152-liter 3-cylinder with power: Vito 114 CDI (136hp), Vito 116 CDI (163hp) and Vito 119 Bluetec (190 hp). Vito 119 BlueTEC becomes the first midsize van that meets the Euro 6 standard transmission and rear axle low friction, until the electromechanical steering and auxiliary units designed by engineers to help reduce fuel consumption. Vito 2015, 20% more efficient than the current model. The driver and passenger sit comfortably in the Vito in 2015 because larger cabin space than the previous model. The cockpit was redesigned and ergonomic, and feels high quality. Suspension Vito Vito Panel Van and Crew prepared to bring a heavy burden. While Vito Tourer suspension was created to provide the convenience of the passengers. Adaptive ESP and tire pressure monitoring as a standard feature Vito Vito 2015 2015 Tourer is equipped with 8 airbags. Active Parking Assist, Blind Spot Assist and Lane Keeping Assist. Intelligent Light System (ILS) becomes optional. LEDs used by the turn signal, Daytime Running Lights and the main lights to highlight far and short. The new Vito will arrive in German dealerships in October 2014, with other European countries following soon after. Prices for the Vito 109 CDI panel van will start at €17,990 ($24,177) in Germany, excluding value-added tax.