2019 Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo 300 d – Drive, Interior and Exterior. Color: Crystal White Metallic. Subscribe.
2019 Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo 300 d Technical Data:
Cylinder arrangement/number: R4
Displacement cc: 1950
Bore x stroke mm: 82.0 x 92.3
Rated output kW/hp at rpm: 176 (239)/4,200
Rated torque Nm at rpm: 500 (+30)4/1,600-2,400
Drive system: Rear-wheel drive
Transmission: 9-speed automatic transmission (9G-TRONIC)
Front axle: McPherson front axle with coil springs, stabilisers and shock absorbers
Rear axle: Semi-trailing arm rear suspension with coil springs, stabilisers and shock absorbers
Braking system: Disc brakes all-round, front brake discs internally ventilated, braking system with dynamic control systems, electronic stability programme ADAPTIVE ESP®, anti-lock braking system ABS, acceleration skid control ASR, Brake Assist BAS PRO, electronic brake force distribution EBV, electric parking brake
Steering: Electromechanical, speed-sensitive rack-and-pinion steering
Wheels: 6.5 J x 17 – 8 J x 19
Tyres: 225/55 R 17 – 245/45 R 19
Acceleration 0-100 km/h s: 8.6
Top speed km/h: 215
Whether in terms of style or value appeal, performance and efficiency or safety, the Marco Polo family based on the V-Class directly benefits from the first facelift to the Mercedes-Benz MPV. The compact Marco Polo and Marco Polo HORIZON camper and leisure vans also feature the new front-end design, the new paint colours and light-alloy wheels, the new air vents and upholsteries.
Thanks to its new front end, the new V-Class has a broader appearance and an even stronger visual presence. This comes courtesy of a new bumper design with striking cooling air inlets and a new diamond structure in the radiator grille. The Mercedes star is positioned centrally in the radiator grille and framed by two slats in silver. In this way, the new V-Class immediately presents itself as a member of the current Mercedes-Benz passenger car generation.
The personalisation concept with the attractive AVANTGARDE and EXCLUSIVE lines is retained, while the AMG Line is visually more striking: besides the familiar bumper with AMG bodystyling, it now features a new diamond radiator grille with chrome pins.
The new V-Class has four new paint colours to show off. While graphite grey metallic and selenite grey metallic expand the range of black and white tones, the hyacinth red metallic – so popular with the Mercedes-Benz passenger car range – makes for a highly emotive statement. Also new on request is steel blue.
The light-alloy wheels have also been given a restyling. Now on offer: a black-painted and high-sheen finish 19-inch light-alloy wheel with 10-spoke design as well as two 18-inch light-alloy wheels with either a 5-twin-spoke design in tremolite grey and with a high-sheen finish or a 5-spoke design in black with a high-sheen finish. A 17-inch black-painted and high-sheen finish light-alloy wheel in 5-twin-spoke design is also available. The design of this light-alloy wheel is not just striking and avantgarde, it is also especially aerodynamic and thus serves to reduce the Cd value of the V-Class even further.
The interior of the new V-Class follows the trend of modernity and clarity. With the facelift, the V-Class presents itself with new air vents in a sporty turbine look familiar from e.g. the A-Class, as well as new dials in the instrument cluster. Thanks to the reduced design, drivers can orientate themselves much more simply. The new upholstery and equipment colour tartufo nappa leather, as familiar from the E-Class and G-Class models, now also makes a modern and elegant statement in the new V-Class. With Lugano leather and nappa leather, each available in black and silk beige, plus Santos black fabric, a total of six different upholsteries in light and dark colours is available. 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 fibre and brushed aluminium looks remain.
Comfort is a must in the MPV segment. To date, the V-Class has impressed passengers with such comforts as the largest panorama sliding roof in the segment, a broad centre console with integrated coolbox and LED-illuminated temperature-controlled cupholders or discreet ambient lighting with three colours and five dimming levels. In the new V-Class, passengers in the first rear row can now enjoy a further highlight. As in the S-Class, optionally available luxury seats with reclining and back massage functions as well as air conditionin pamper occupants. Passengers can choose from three different massage intensities and three climatisation stages. A journey in the new V-Class – for example as a VIP shuttle – thus feels like a spa treatment after a stressful flight or business meeting.
Price in Germany From 60.963,70 Euro incl. VAT.