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Old 10-21-2013, 02:38 PM
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I suppose it's supposed to be a "luxury" van, but even so, very impressive.
Well, the V-Class has so far always been the passenger version of the Viano commercial van, which is about ford Transit sized (the normal, short wheelbase non high roof model). Until now, they shared exterior and most of the interior, with the V-Class having a bit if wood and chrome where the commercial one had hard plastic "decoration". But the basic dashboard was always identical, and i suppose it will be the same in this case.

Among the commercial vehicle based vans the V-Class has always been one of the most luxurious (apart from the VW Multivan/Caravelle/EUrovan, which can go to insane price regions with options heavily ticked), but still, it is a commercial vehicle basically...
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