Which used Mercedes V-Class estate should I buy?
Standard equipment on entry-level SE examples is actually very good, including front and rear parking sensors, a rear-view camera, heated leather front seats, cruise control and sat-nav. Sport is a little better, providing full LED headlights, headlight washers and upgraded Nappa leather upholstery. AMG Line is more of a styling package, because it adds bigger (19in) alloy wheels, sporty exterior trinkets and carbonfibre-look interior trim pieces.
On the whole, a Sport model is the best choice, because it gets you lots of kit without being more expensive than an SE on the used market.
We’d also suggest splashing out to get the V250d, because its extra power will come in handy when you have a full complement of passengers on board. You’ll definitely want it if you go for the long-wheelbase eight-seat version, due to the additional weight.
Our favourite Mercedes-Benz V-Class: V250d Sport
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