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Mercedes-Benz pride themselves on the safety specifications of their cars and their vans are clearly no different – they were awarded the What Van? 2016 Safety award.

Whether you already own a Mercedes van or are looking to buy one, we'll tell you a bit about the range and how to get the right insurance policy for your van.

The Mercedes Van Range

Mercedes have three models of van, but each model has several variations. This means Mercedes has a wide range of van options to choose from. Let’s take a closer look.

The Citan

Mercedes' lightest van is called the 'Citan' and has car-like looks. There are three styles depending on the needs you have for your van. The compact panel van is the smallest, with a 2.4m3 interior and a maximum load length of 1.369m. The payload capacity is 330kg. If you like the Citan but need something bigger it does come in a ‘Long’ and ‘Extra Long’ version. It also comes in a range of people carrier options.

The Vito

Mercedes’ medium size van the Vito is also available in different stylings. The Vito panel van for example is available in three lengths – compact, long or extra-long. This means you can carry between 727 and 1129kg with a maximum volume of 3.97m3.

The Vito Crew and Vito Tourer offer similar experiences as the Citan – but on a bigger scale. The Vito Tourer is capable of carrying nine people and has three lengths and a huge amount of equipment to choose from.

The Vito Sport offers all the practical advantages that come from owning a van – just with more refinement. With a volume of up to 6m3 its roomy and will take up to 852kg of your stuff.

If your business is based in a city, the Vito Urban could be ideal. With automatic gearbox and reverse camera as standard, the Urban can help take the stress out of the city experience.


The Mercedes Sprinter is for those who need a serious van. The vast number of styles means it can be configured to any need. For a parcel delivery business, the Panel van offers great options; for people carrying there’s the Crew van or the Tourer. For heavy duty hauling there’s a Chassis wheel base allowing you to configure it for your business.

The Dropside is an open-to-the-elements option if that’s what you need for your business while the 4x4 is an option for those trickier to reach destinations.

How do I insure a Mercedes van?

So, whether you've decided you want to buy a Mercedes or you already own one, the next step is to make sure you have the right insurance.

If your van is for business use, it’s really important that you reflect this in your policy – failing to do so could invalidate your insurance.

Our experts have been busy crunching the following numbers so we can tell you what prices we’re seeing at the moment for van cover. Remember, these are averages, your own cost will depend on factors specific to you.**

Sprinter – £1,196.93
Vito – £773.04
Citan – £761.67
308D – £605.85
208D – £383.61
310D – £644.44
609D – £2,210.87
207D - £594.97

**Based on Compare the Market data from May 2018.

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