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2019 Mercedes V 300 d 4MATIC – Luxury Multipurpose Minivan


2019 Mercedes V 300 d 4MATIC – Luxury Multipurpose Minivan. 2019 Mercedes V-Class 300 d 4MATIC – Drive, Interior and Exterior. Subscribe.

Mercedes-Benz V-Class 300 d 4MATIC Technical details:

Cylinder arrangement/number: R4
Displacement cc: 1,950
Bore x stroke mm: 82.0 x 92.3
Rated output kW/hp at rpm: 176 (239)/4,200
Rated torque Nm at rpm: 500 (+30)4/1,600-2,400
Drive system: All-wheel drive
Transmission: 9-speed automatic transmission (9G-TRONIC)
Front axle: McPherson front axle with coil springs, stabilisers and shock absorbers
Rear axle: Semi-trailing arm rear suspension with coil springs, stabilisers and shock absorbers
Braking system: Disc brakes all-round, front brake discs internally ventilated, braking system with dynamic control systems, electronic stability programme ADAPTIVE ESP®, anti-lock braking system ABS, acceleration skid control ASR, Brake Assist BAS PRO, electronic brake force distribution EBV, electric parking brake
Steering: Electromechanical, speed-sensitive rack-and-pinion steering
Wheels: 6.5 J x 17 – 8 J x 19
Tyres: 225/55 R 17 – 245/45 R 19
Acceleration 0-100 km/h s.: 8.5 (Compact) 8.6 (Long)
Top speed km/h: 214
Fuel consumption (urban/extra-urban/comb.) l/100 km: 7.4-7.3/6.2-6.1/6.6-6.5 (Compact) 7.6-7.3/6.3-6.1/6.8-6.5 (Long)

In the acceleration phase, the V 300 d can briefly deliver an additional 30 Nm of torque (“overtorque”) in addition to its 500 Nm of torque. The V 300 d accelerates from 0 to 100 km/h in up to 7.9 seconds. It can reach a top speed of 220 km/h.

The new engine generation is even more efficient and clean and offers further improved noise and vibration characteristics. It is pleasantly quiet inside the vehicle and annoying vibrations have been reduced.

Among the innovative characteristics of the new engine generation are the combination of an aluminium housing and steel pistons, the stepped recess combustion process and the NANOSLIDE® cylinder wall coating for reduced in-engine friction. The efficiency of these measures is obvious from e.g. the fuel saving of around 13 percent for the new V 250 d compared to its predecessor.2

The majority of components relevant to reducing emissions are installed directly on the engine. The integrated technological approach comprising a new stepped recess combustion process, dynamic multiway exhaust gas recirculation and close-coupled exhaust gas aftertreatment facilitates low consumption with low emissions. Thanks to the near-engine, insulated position of the components, the exhaust-gas aftertreatment system enjoys low heat loss and advantageous working conditions. The measures include:

– High and low-pressure exhaust gas recirculation including cooling
– A diesel oxidation catalytic converter (DOC) reduces the carbon monoxide (CO) emissions and unburnt hydrocarbons (HC)
– A particle filter with SCR catalytic converter functionality (sDPF)
– An SCR catalytic converter (Selective Catalytic Reduction) for reducing nitrogen oxides. In this process, ammonia is mixed into the exhaust gas upstream of the sDPF in the form of AdBlue®
– An additional selective catalytic reduction catalytic converter (SCR) with ammonia slip catalyst (ASC) in the exhaust gas duct

All engine variants of the new V-Class come with rear-wheel drive as standard, 4MATIC permanent all-wheel drive is available as an option. This enables it to negotiate a wide range of surfaces with ease. The vehicle height remains under the two-metre mark even when equipped with all-wheel drive. The Mercedes-Benz MPV therefore loses none of its day-to-day usability and can still fit in regular garages as well as multi-storey and underground car parks without problems.

With Crosswind Assist, which helps the driver to keep the vehicle on track even in the case of gusting crosswinds, and the drowsiness detection system ATTENTION ASSIST, the V-Class redefined the safety standards in its segment five years ago. The facelift continues to build on this position.

For example, Active Brake Assist, which is available for the first time, can detect the risk of a collision with a vehicle ahead, and initially initiates a visual and acoustic warning. If the driver responds, it builds up brake pressure appropriate to the situation. If there is no response, the system actively assists with evasive and braking manoeuvres. In urban traffic, Active Brake Assist also reacts to stationary obstacles or crossing pedestrians.

Highbeam Assist Plus is another new safety feature. When in high beam mode, it supports the driver with a consistently optimised illumination of the road. In the event of vehicles in front or oncoming traffic, the LEDs of the main-beam module are partially deactivated, creating a U-shaped cut-out in the cone of light. The remaining areas of the roadway continue to be illuminated with the main-beam headlamps (partial main beam).


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