Mercedes-Benz has upgraded its Vito Marco Polo Activity touring vehicle for 2020. Check it out.
The changes are mostly mechanical and focus on the driving aspect. The Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo Activity features an updated 176 kW and 500 Nm diesel engine in its flagship derivative, giving it performance stats of 0-100 kph in 7.9 seconds and a top speed of 210 kph.
Airmatic air suspension makes its debut in the Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo Activity for the first time, improving ride comfort and handling. It can also raise the body up by 35 mm at speeds of up to 30 kph - useful when you want to cross some gravel. There's also been an improvement when it comes to the safety side of things and Distronic, Active Brake Assist and a digital inside rearview mirror have been added.
These updates will be rolled out from October 2020 and the vehicle will also feature a redesigned rear bumper as well as underbody trims. Inside, digital radio (DAB+) is now offered as well as smartphone integration via Apple CarPlay and Android Auto. The cabin has been given a mild refresh too and there are new-look air vents and a chrome package. On the outside, the new model can be differentiated by its restyled radiator grille and colour-coded bumpers.