The Mercedes-Benz eVito van will have a 92 mile range and will be priced from £39,895 excluding VAT, before the deduction of the Plug-in Van Grant.
The eVito van has 85kW of power, 300 Nm of torque and a six hour charging time, based on three-phase charging.
The front-wheel drive eVito offers a standard specification that mirrors the PURE model line. Available in two lengths, and priced from £39,895 excluding VAT for the eVito Van PURE L2, and £40,415 excluding VAT for the eVito Van PURE L3, the vehicle is also eligible for the Office For Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) Grant. This means that customers can benefit from a 20% reduction on the vehicle purchase price, up to a maximum of £8,000.
The L2 model offers 6.0 m3 cargo volume, 2,277 kg kerb weight, 3,200 kg GVW, and a payload of 923 kg. The L3 offers 6.6 m3 cargo volume, 2,302 kg kerb weight, 3,200 kg GVW, and a payload of 898 kg.
In addition to the PURE, the eVito PROGRESSIVE van L2 will be available from £41,600 excluding VAT and £42,120 excluding VAT for the L3 variant.
For both specification levels, Mercedes PRO connect comes as standard and is free for the first three years, with benefits including Remote Access, Digital Drivers’ Log, Drive Style monitoring, real-time variable servicing monitoring, parking time monitor and geo-fence options. In addition for the eVito, the vehicle benefits from pre-conditioning of the heaters, and highlights the vehicle charging options nearby.
eDrive@VANS forms a key part of the Mercedes-Benz Vans global adVANce initiative, with the brand committed to offering Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs) alongside conventional fuel types across the entire product range, starting with the eVito, and continuing with the eSprinter panel van later in 2020.