Mercedes-Benz is a little more diverse than its two direct German competitors. In addition to covering the luxury and performance beats, its tentacles stretch to the commercial sectors of the market too. ts fabric upholstery still looked perfect â?? and whiffs of that distinctive new car aroma could still be smelled. A nine-seater configuration is available, with each row boasting three individual seats, but our tester omitted this extra chair in the front-center. Still, seven open pews (excluding driver) would be enough for any family or hotel shuttle service. The cabin is equally devoid of frills, from the urethane steering wheel to the old-school footbrake. Even still, the Mercedes-Benz approach to build quality is clearly evident. It does feel robust and well-assembled â?? these vehicles were made to rack-up the mileage without breaking a sweat. In terms of features, you get Bluetooth connectivity, a USB and auxiliary audio port, air-conditioning, central locking, cruise control and a multifunction steering wheel. The necessities, in other words. output is rated at 120kW and 380Nm, shifted via a seven-speed automatic and with drive sent to the rear wheels. It is a fine pairing, with plenty of grunt for confident overtaking and low-down torque . Nationwide delivery. All Trade-in's welcome. Finance can be arranged, Contact us today! Price excludes on the road fees.