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The Mercedes-Benz Metris is an all new vehicle for 2016. It is smaller than any of the vans Mercedes-Benz has previously offered in North America, and its intended to compete with both mid-sized cargo vans and minivans.
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2019 Metris Cargo Van. Smaller than a full-size van. Bigger than a compact van. The Mercedes-Benz Metris is Canada's only mid-size work van, and provides the perfect balance of capacity and versatility.
*Based on results of the Mercedes-Benz Metris in 2016-2018 Vincentric Best Fleet Value in Canada awards analysis, Mid-Size Commercial Cargo Van segment and Mid-Size Commercial Passenger Van segment. ‡ National MSRP pricing is shown and is intended for informational purposes only. Prices do not include taxes, levies, fees, freight and delivery charges, insurance and license fees, as well as ...
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Mercedes-Benz Overview. Mercedes-Benz is one of the more respected makers of cars due to the company's longevity and high-quality automobiles. In a "merger of equals," Mercedes-Benz and Chrysler joined forces in 1998, creating the conglomerate Daimler-Chrysler.