Discharged in March 2012, the Mercedes-Benz W639 Valente was an eight-seat individuals mover. Situated between the Mercedes-Benz Vito wagon and Viano, the back wheel drive Valente range comprised of the 2.1 CDI BlueEfficiency which was fueled by a 2.1-liter twin-turbocharged diesel motor mated to a five-speed programmed transmission. Inside, the Valente had double sliding entryways, pivoting second line seats and 730 liters of baggage space.
For the Valente, Mercedes-Benz’s BlueEfficiency measures incorporated an “ECO” power guiding pump, directed fuel pump and lower moving resistance tires. Over the joined ADR 81/02 cycle, the Valente accomplished fuel utilization of 8.2 liters for every 100 km.
The valente was 5008 mm long, 1901 mm wide, 1875 mm tall and had a 3200 mm long wheelbase. Besides, the Valente had MacPherson strut front suspension and autonomous back suspension with semi-trailing arms. Standard wellbeing hardware for the W639 Valente included double front airbags, front and back side (thorax) airbags, front window ornament airbags, ABS, electronic brake power conveyance, brake help, electronic strength control, footing control and front safety belts with pretensioners and burden limiters.
Standard components for the Valente included 17-inch composite wheels with 225/55 R17 tires, a six speaker sound framework with a CD player, MP3/WMA similarity and helper inputs (3.5mm/USB/iPod), double zone atmosphere control aerating and cooling, journey control, front and back haze lights, programmed headlights, downpour detecting wipers, front and back stopping sensors, Bluetooth availability, a cowhide wrapped directing wheel, remote focal locking, power windows (front just) and warmed mirrors, a stature and achieve flexible guiding wheel, 12 volt electrical plugs, an electrochromatic back perspective mirror, back protection glass and an immobilizer.
Mercedes-Benz Valente W639 2012 Design Interior Exterior