Mercedes V-Class Marco Polo V220 d AMG Line 5dr 9G-Tronic [Long] [7 Seats] Review
Category: Camper van
Section: Version review
If you’re after a campervan that you can buy straight from a dealer with a full manufacturer’s warranty, the Mercedes-Benz Marco Polo is our number one choice. It’s not the cheapest to buy, but it has a feature-packed and plush interior that’s easy to convert from transportation device to living area. It’s good to drive and refined for a camper, too, making it a better bet than key rivals.
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Although we could only manage 0-60mph in 13.0sec during our tests, we’d argue the 161bhp 2.0-litre diesel 220d is all the engine you need in a Marco Polo. There’s enough low down poke, it’s refined and it’s not like you’re going to drive a camper van quickly, is it? Only available with a smooth nine-speed automatic gearbox and in Sport trim.
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