Mercedes-Benz V-Class Version V 220 CDI 1999 Business Style – From 1999, Mercedes-Benz V-Class has a new look with new interior equipment and CDI diesel engine. For diesel engines the V 220 CDI has an output of 90 kW (122 hp) and a torque of 300 Nm between 1,800 and 2,500 rpm. This diesel engine has superior performance, excellent running smoothness and low fuel consumption. Mercedes-Benz V-Class Version V 220 CDI 1999 Germany consumes only 8 liters of diesel per 100 km. All versions of other countries consume 7.5 liters per 100 km.
The new CDI machine also comes with a dynamic shift program (DSP). The electronic transmission control calculates the best transfer point of any value, such as the position of the accelerator, the slope, the load status and the pull.
The exterior of the Mercedes-Benz V-Class Version V 220 CDI 1999 is refreshed with some targeted changes. The most striking new features are the radiator grille and side skirts, as well as the bumper and door handle painted in the same color as the car. The third brake light, mounted in the center of the window, the black anodized metal rail and the new paint color rounded the change.
The main difference between the design and accessory lines TREND, FASHION and AMBIENTE are interior accessories. The goal is to enhance the attractiveness and quality of the interior as well as the appearance of the Mercedes-Benz V-Class Version V 220 CDI 1999. Key features include a new set of switches and new heating controls on the center console; group of self-test instruments with redesigned dial; redesigned steering wheel with airbag cover; modified, chrome door handle inside; new, lighted switch panel for power windows and door mirrors; and a seat and automatic child seat recognition for front passenger airbags. Mercedes-Benz V-Class Version V 220 CDI 1999 with additional modifications including new coatings for TREND and FASHION lines; carbon trims in the driver and passenger areas in the FASHION and walnut line on the AMBIENTE line, high quality panel panels. Additional adjustment settings for the driver’s seat, a new roof control unit with modified interior lighting; and a new multi-functional unit in the back with cup holders and ashtrays.
The list of optional equipment for the Mercedes-Benz V-Class Version V 220 CDI 1999 expanded and now includes a navigation system, Parktronic, colored glass in the rear side windows, door folding mirror, and anti-theft warning systems with back protection and monitoring of passenger compartments. For executives, Mercedes-Benz developed an easy-to-install and removable business console and contained a docking station for an IBM notebook, a printer, a fixed phone with fax and read lamp capabilities.
Mercedes-Benz V-Class Version V 220 CDI 1999