2018 Mercedes-Benz Metris Passenger Van Gilbert AZ
The 2018 Mercedes-Benz Metris Passenger Van is a first choice vehicle when it comes to getting passengers where they need to go both safely and efficiently. An intuitive suite of VAN safety technologies like curtain airbags, ATTENTION ASSIST®, and Load-Adaptive Electronic Stability Program (ESP®) with Crosswind Assist work to protect you and your passengers, while 8 passenger seating makes for a spacious, enjoyable journey. The new Metris also offers fuel consumption comparable to van much smaller, with a combined 22 miles per gallon of gas. To make your drive even more dynamic, owners can opt for such extras like Active Parking Assist, Blind Spot Assist, COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST, and Lane Keeping Assist.
Test Drive the 2018 Mercedes-Benz Metris Passenger Van in Gilbert AZ
When your business depends on getting everyone to their location safely, you'll need the best name in driver assistance behind you. Mercedes-Benz gives the new Metris Passenger Van all the right tools to protect you and your passengers. Standard safety features on this van include:
- Driver and Passenger Airbags - The driver and passenger front, thorax, and window airbags help by creating a shield all around you in the event of a crash. Passenger Vans are also equipped with rear curtain airbags.
- Crosswind Assist - Windy day? No problem. Crosswind Assist senses wind velocity and gently brakes individual wheels to keep you in your lane.
- ATTENTION ASSIST®* - This system helps prevent drowsy driving by monitoring your driving patterns and provides an early warning in case tiredness is detected.
- Load Adaptive Electronic Stability Program - Your Metris Van utilizes the Load Adaptive Electronic Stability Program by intervening if it senses wheel spin, understeer, or oversteer.
Want to see the 2018 Mercedes-Benz Metris Passenger Van for yourself? Then stop by Mercedes-Benz of Gilbert for a test drive today!
*Driving while drowsy or distracted is dangerous and must be avoided. ATTENTION ASSIST may be insufficient to alert a fatigued or distracted driver of lane drift and cannot be relied on to avoid an accident or serious injury.