The V-Class is a supremely practical vehicle and offers a number of seating configurations. The 7-seat package has 2 captain’s chairs in the 2nd row, separated by a centre console on the EQV models. The 8-seaters have a 3-seat configuration for both rear rows – these include rear-seat air conditioning, and cupholders and small storage areas located conveniently around the cabin. Accessing the interior is easy, thanks to the large sliding doors on both sides of the vehicle.
The Marco Polo is a 4-seater and the rear row can slide along the length of the cabin to be converted into a double bed. There is a smartly integrated kitchenette with 2 gas hobs, a sink, and storage areas for cutlery and food. The front seats can both swivel to face the rear and there is a stowable dining table as well.
The boot capacity is between 1030 and 1410 litres, depending on whether you choose the long- or extra-long-wheelbase model. With the seats folded, you get a massive 4630 to 5010 of loading space, because the V-Class is essentially a van with seats/living quarters. And the large rear tailgate and low loading lip make packing the V-Class a breeze.