1 Fast forward to viable efficiency With vans from Mercedes-Benz
2 Less fuel, more future: our vans with BlueEFFICIENCY technology BlueEFFICIENCY means cutting consumption, saving costs and easing the burden on the environment. Efficiency package Page 6 LGT (Liquefied Gas Technology) Page 10 NGT (Natural Gas Technology) Page 8 As the inventor of the car, Mercedes-Benz is committed to shaping the future of mobility in a responsible manner. At the same time we are constantly working on making the use of vans ever more economical for our customers. The BlueEFFICIENCY technologies for vans from Mercedes-Benz prove that these aims go hand in hand. BlueEFFICIENCY is an umbrella term for a series of innovative technologies which facilitate a tangible reduction in consumption and emissions. Various BlueEFFICIENCY technologies are already available in our vans, playing their part to ease the burden on the environment and enhance our van customers success in economic terms. Over and above this, our developers are working intensively on emission-free mobility. The stages along the road to achieving this involve the optimisation of the available internal combustion engines as well as the further develop - ment of BlueTEC technology and of hybrid and electric drive systems, which are already undergoing field tests. 2
3 E-CELL (Electric drive system) Page 14 HYBRID Page 16 BlueTEC (SCR diesel technology) Page 12 We would like to give you a detailed insight into what we have to offer. The pages that follow provide an over - view of our efficient solutions for today and tomorrow. Further information is available from your authorised Mercedes-Benz dealer.
4 The right technology for every application Your operating conditions and mobility demands are wide-ranging as are our BlueEFFICIENCY technologies. Tell me where you drive and I ll tell you how you can save this is the easiest way to describe how our engineers proceed when developing BlueEFFICIENCY technologies for vans. Because there is no single efficiency technology covering every usage profile. The strengths of the E-CELL electric drive system, for instance, come into their own to a much greater extent in urban traffic than over long distances. In the case of the latter, by contrast, the efficiency package 1 available for the Sprinter and Vito proves particularly beneficial thanks to components such as the ECO Gear manual transmission designed for optimum fuel consumption or tyres with optimised rolling resistance. Urban traffic Areas of operation Haulage work in typical urban areas and in environmentally sensitive city-centre zones Lots of short distances, numerous stops Annual mileage < 20,000 km Possibly affected by driving restrictions probably to a great extent in environmentally sensitive zones Typical sectors Delivery Construction Service Commerce The trades City-centre courier Municipal use Vehicle configuration Fuel-efficient, low-emission drive system Configured for short distances Measures that offer fuel economy benefits in stop-and-go traffic Locally emission-free driving wherever possible BlueEFFICIENCY technologies Efficiency package 1 NGT (natural gas drive) LGT (liquefied gas drive) BlueTEC E-CELL HYBRID This is why we have developed an efficiency model which matches the appropriate BlueEFFICIENCY technologies to three different real-world usage scenarios. The start of production of the Vito E-CELL will round off the line-up of Mercedes-Benz vans designed to conserve resources and operate with optimum efficiency. 1 The constituent parts of the efficiency package vary depending on the model 4
5 Rural transport Long distance Areas of operation Inter-urban operations and suburbs Average speeds Mainly one-day tours returning to the point of origin Annual mileage > 20,000 km Typical sectors Construction Service Commerce The trades Vehicle configuration Fuel-efficient, low-emission drive system Optimised for rural routes BlueEFFICIENCY technologies Efficiency package 1 NGT (natural gas drive) LGT (liquefied gas drive) BlueTEC HYBRID Areas of operation Transport assignments on motorways and highways Higher speeds Very long distances, few stops Annual mileage > 80,000 km Typical sectors Express services Courier services Freight services Vehicle configuration Fuel-efficient, low-emission drive system Optimised for long distances and higher speeds BlueEFFICIENCY technologies Efficiency package 1 BlueTEC
6 The efficiency package. Or how to combine economy measures intelligently Depending on the vehicle model (Vito or Sprinter), the efficiency package 1 consists of various different components that were specially developed for the vehicle model in question and add up to a positive effect on fuel consumption. 1 The constituent parts of the efficiency package vary depending on the model 6
8 Count on efficiency Engine, transmission, ancillary assemblies there are lots of factors which influence a van s fuel consumption. Our engineers have scrutinised every single detail in their search for opportunities to make the individual components and systems more efficient. The result is a whole raft of innovative measures for optimising fuel consumption and reducing emissions. The efficiency package1 available for the Sprinter and Vito in various different versions offers a series of intelligent solutions for everyday driving. First and foremost, the advanced OM cylinder CDI diesel engine, which is available with a choice of power output ratings, as well as the OM cylinder CDI diesel engine ensure that both models are able to offer efficient consumption and a high degree of environmental compatibility. With its low emissions, the 4-cylinder diesel engine meets the requirements of the Euro V/III / Euro V emissions standard and, as an option in the Sprinter, for instance, can even attain the very stringent European EEV (Enhanced Environmentally Friendly Vehicle) emissions standard. The ideal complement to the engines is the ECO Gear manual transmission. In conjunction with the OM 651 and OM 642 (Sprinter only) diesel engines, this unit cuts the combined consumption to a level significantly lower than that achieved with previous CDI diesels. In addition to this, the ECO start/stop function 2 helps to save fuel wherever possible. If the vehicle has been standing still for more than three seconds (Sprinter) or the brakes have been applied (Vito), the engine is automatically switched off if no gear is engaged and the clutch pedal is not depressed. In city-centre driving with frequent stops at traffic signals, consumption can be reduced by as much as 8% through this technology alone, compared with an identical vehicle without the ECO start/stop function. 1 Not in conjunction with petrol engine 2 Not in conjunction with automatic transmission 3 The efficiency package with automatic transmission and 4x2 drive for the Sprinter will not be available until the introduction of the new 7G-TRONIC 7-speed automatic transmission (expected to be available from first quarter of 2012)
9 BlueEFFICIENCY efficiency package for the Sprinter 1, 3, 4 With manual transmission OM 651 diesel engine (Euro V or Euro 5 Gr. III) or OM 642 diesel engine (Euro V) ECO Gear optimised manual transmission ECO start/stop function With automatic transmission OM 651 diesel engine (Euro V or Euro 5 Gr. III) or OM 642 diesel engine (Euro V) ECO power-steering pump Electrically controlled fuel pump ECO power-steering pump Tyres with optimised rolling resistance 5 Electrically controlled fuel pump Shift point recommendation Tyres with optimised rolling resistance 5 Alternator management Battery management In-engine measures Alternator management Battery management In-engine measures BlueEFFICIENCY efficiency package for the Vito 1, 6 With manual transmission OM 651 Euro 5 Gr. III diesel engine ECO Gear optimised manual transmission ECO start/stop function ECO power-steering pump Electrically controlled fuel pump Shift point recommendation Tyres with optimised rolling resistance With automatic transmission OM 651 or OM 642 Euro 5 Gr. III diesel engine ECO power-steering pump Electrically controlled fuel pump Tyres with optimised rolling resistance Alternator management Battery management In-engine measures Alternator management Battery management In-engine measures 4 Where the Sprinter is registered as a commercial vehicle, the shift point recommendation, battery management and in-engine measures are standard; all other items are special equipment. Where the Sprinter is registered as a passenger car, the efficiency package is included as standard 5 If available for the particular model variant, otherwise standard tyres 6 Where the Vito is registered as a commercial vehicle, the ECO Gear manual transmission, electrically controlled fuel pump, battery management and in-engine measures are standard; all other items are special equipment. Where the Vito is registered as a passenger car, the efficiency package is included as standard
10 NGT. The innovative Natural Gas Technology C ompared w ith other common f uels, natural gas possesses the highest energy density and produces the lowest particulate emissions. The natural gas drive system makes use of these properties and combines them with attractive economic benefits. 8
12 Natural gas: a fuel that pays and not just where the environment is concerned ADDITIONAL GAS CYLINDER (SPECIAL EQUIPMENT) FILLING CONNECTION FOR NATURAL GAS FUEL TANK FILLING CONNECTION FOR PETROL INJECTION NOZZLES FOR FUEL INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE GAS CYLINDER (STANDARD SPECIFICATION) PRESSURE REGULATOR INJECTION NOZZLES FOR NATURAL GAS Natural Gas Technology (NGT) from Mercedes-Benz is a BlueEFFICIENCY technology with an extremely low pollutant output and a high cost-saving potential. In the bi-fuel variant of the Sprinter NGT 1 you can switch over from natural gas mode to petrol mode at the touch of a button and vice versa. Thanks to this twin-track approach, the drive system is suitable both for use in conurbations and for rural journeys. In the mono-fuel variant, the Sprinter NGT is regarded as being exclusively a natural gas vehicle.
13 The benefits of the mono-fuel Sprinter NGT become particularly apparent in urban areas. The petrol carried in the reduced-size petrol tank (< 15 l) serves only to start the engine and as an emergency reserve. Switch-over occurs automatically and cannot be influenced by the driver. The mono-fuel Sprinter NGT already meets the stringent European emissions standard EEV (Enhanced Environmentally Friendly Vehicle). When it comes to fuel costs, both NGT variants offer a major advantage: CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) is around 25% less expensive in Germany, for instance, than the equivalent amount of diesel fuel (as at April 2011). Furthermore, some European countries have introduced tax concessions, incentives and other advantages, such as lower insurance premiums. The Sprinter NGT1 Bi-fuel natural gas/petrol drive system (M cylinder natural gas/petrol engine) Mono-fuel natural gas drive Up to 20% lower CO 2 emissions than a petrol engine Virtually no particulate emissions Major savings possible where fuel costs are concerned Bi-fuel mode has a long range of up to 1200 km, while natural gas mode alone allows a range of up to 470 km (depending on the number and volume of pressurised gas tanks) Underfloor installation of pressurised gas tanks means that no space is lost in the load compartment 1 Your authorised Mercedes-Benz dealer will be pleased to tell you which Sprinter variants can be specified with the NGT natural gas drive system
14 Kind to your bank balance, kind to the environment: the liquefied gas drive system LGT With the BlueEFFICIENCY technology LGT you are deciding in favour of economy and ecology in equal measure. And you remain flexible at all times, thanks to the bi-fuel configuration and the already extensive network of LPG filling stations. 10
16 Ideally equipped for the future: LGT (Liquefied Gas Technology) LPG TANK (LIQUEFIED GAS TANK) FILLING CONNECTION FOR LPG FILLING CONNECTION FOR PETROL INJECTION NOZZLES FOR FUEL INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE FUEL TANK PRESSURE REGULATOR INJECTION NOZZLES FOR LPG Liquefied gas has long since made a name for itself when it comes to heating and cooking, and now the mixture of propane and butane is triumphing on the road, too for good reason. Because firstly, liquefied gas (Liquefied Petroleum Gas, LPG for short) boasts a significantly better LCA than petrol during combustion in a petrol engine: around 10% less CO 2 and much lower carbon monoxide, hydrocarbon and NO X emissions than petrol engines are strong arguments in its favour. And secondly, refuelling bills are lower than those for petrol or diesel fuel in some countries there are even major savings to be made due to tax concessions.
17 With the Sprinter LGT 1 you can benefit from all of these advantages and from others besides. Because the bi-fuel configuration of the LGT drive system makes it possible for you to choose between liquefied gas and petrol mode as required. After a short warm-up phase in petrol mode you can change the operating mode at any time by pressing a button. This means that you can increase the radius of operation up to 450 km in purely liquefied gas mode and the supply security without any problems whatsoever. The Sprinter LGT 1 Bi-fuel liquefied gas/petrol drive system (M cylinder liquefied gas/petrol engine) Up to 10% lower CO 2 emissions than conventional petrol engines Lower pollutant emissions, virtually no particulate emissions Major savings possible where fuel costs are concerned Range in LPG mode up to approx. 450 km Large network of filling stations Underfloor installation of liquefied gas tanks means that no space is lost in the load compartment Only slight reduction in payload 1 Your authorised Mercedes-Benz dealer will be pleased to tell you which Sprinter variants can be specified with the LGT liquefied gas drive system
18 Clean and efficient: BlueTEC BlueTEC is the trend-setting SCR diesel technology from Mercedes-Benz. In the Vario it ensures that the requirements of the EURO V emissions standard are convincingly met economically and ecologically. 12
20 BlueTEC. Lower emissions thanks to innovative emission control INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE SCR CATALYTIC CONVERTER ADBLUE INJECTION ADBLUE TANK As variable as an MPV, as robust as a light truck: the Vario is the classic model in the Mercedes-Benz van range. A classic model that is also cutting-edge when it comes to the crucial matters of fuel consumption and emissions thanks to the BlueEFFICIENCY technology BlueTEC. With it the Vario meets the requirements of the EURO V emissions standard, while benefiting from an engine optimised with regard to performance characteristics and fuel consumption. This technology has been successfully established in Mercedes-Benz trucks since And now the Vario is also able to benefit from SCR (Selective Catalytic Reduction) exhaust gas aftertreatment which reduces NO X emissions from the high-displacement diesel engines by feeding the exhaust gases through a catalytic converter, where they are mixed with the water-based additive AdBlue. During this process, nitrogen oxides are turned into nitrogen and water. The result is compliance with the stringent EURO V emissions standard.
21 Incidentally, in everyday use the only indication that you have BlueTEC, one of the most advanced exhaust gas technologies, on board is the separate filling neck for the AdBlue additive. It is situated in the direct vicinity of the fuel filling neck. This means that replenishing the SCR tank with AdBlue additive does not take up any extra time as this task can be carried out at the same time as the fuel tank is being filled with diesel. The 18-litre volume of the additive tank ensures that AdBlue only has to be replenished about every third time the fuel tank is filled up with diesel. The Vario BlueTEC Cutting-edge SCR diesel technology Compliance with the stringent Euro V emissions standard
22 Facing the future with zero local emissions the E-CELL electric drive system Thanks to the Vito E-CELL the dream of emission-free driving is coming ever closer to reality: it is the first van from Mercedes-Benz to be driven purely electrically. 14
24 E-CELL: electrifying perspectives for urban traffic LITHIUM-ION BATTERY PLUG-IN ELECTRIC MOTOR AND RECUPERATION CONTROL ELECTRONICS In commercial goods transport, too, the electric drive system is deemed to be the key to environmentally aware and individual mobility of the future. Batterydriven vans offer a very promising solution above all when it comes to urban traffic and short-radius distribution transport: they produce neither carbon dioxide nor pollutant emissions and have significantly lower noise emissions than vehicles with a conventional drive system. As they are emission-free locally i.e. they emit no pollutants whatsoever at the location where they are used there are many situations in which electric-driven vans can also be used where conventionally driven vehicles are denied access: in city centres with entry restrictions, in environmentally sensitive areas such as pedestrian zones, in health resorts and parks or in closed exhibition halls.
25 With the Vito E-CELL, Mercedes-Benz is heralding a new era of electric mobility. Its drive concept is designed purely for electric operation and represents a complete departure from the drive train designed for internal combustion engines. With these characteristics it is aimed at commercial customers who mainly use their vans in urban areas and for short distances. First and foremost these include fleet operators, public institutions, delivery companies and courier, express and parcel services sees the start of series production and delivery in 7 countries: Germany, Spain, France, Great Britain, Netherlands, Sweden and Denmark. T he Vito E - CEL L Electric drive system for locally emission-free driving High-performance lithium-ion battery Electric motor with 60-kW output, top speed 80 km/h On the basis of the European NEDC (New European Driving Cycle) directive, the range is up to 130 km Heavy-current charging at 400 V takes about 5 hours for a fully discharged battery. As an alternative, a conventional 230 V power outlet 1 can be used; this doubles the charging time Major savings where operating costs are concerned compared with drive systems with an internal combustion engine, tax exemption in many European countries No access restrictions, free entry to cities with a congestion charge Safety features and cargo volume are not compromised 1 Optional 230-volt charging cable due to be available from 1 st quarter, 2012
26 And tomorrow? Internal combustion engine meets electric motor the hybrid drive system unites the advantages enjoyed by both drive systems in a single vehicle. Van customers who value flexibility when it comes to the field of application will benefit in particular from this combination in the future. 16
28 HYBRID. On the road to perfect interplay between the internal combustion engine and the electric drive system INTERNAL COMBUSTION ENGINE AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION HIGH-VOLTAGE BATTERY ELECTRIC MOTOR CONTROL/ POWER ELECTRONICS When there is a need for a long operating range, the most practical solution is provided by optimised internal combustion engines engines such as those offered by Mercedes-Benz as part of the efficiency package. The electric drive system E-CELL, meanwhile, is ideal for urban traffic, because it already enables you to drive efficiently, producing zero local emissions and in a manner that conserves resources. In the future it will become increasingly important for customers to be able to use the advantages of both drive systems in one vehicle. So there is a lot to be said for combining an electric motor and an internal combustion engine in a hybrid drive system. Especially if you have as much experience under your belt in both fields as Mercedes-Benz does.
29 In developing the BlueEFFICIENCY technology HYBRID, our aim is to combine the battery, electric motor, internal combustion engine and control electronics to optimum effect. Because we want our customers to derive the maximum benefit from the strengths of both sources of power and to obtain the best possible solution for their specific conditions of use without having to put up with any relevant restrictions in everyday operation. Through our current work on reconciling the highest possible payload and the longest possible range, our customers will be able to enjoy even greater flexibility when out on the road in future both in urban settings and in the context of rural transport. Optimum hybrid drive system for vans: requirements Purely electric driving for applications in environmentally sensitive areas Long range for rural transport Zero or only slight loss of payload capacity compared with conventionally driven vehicles High practicality and reliability
30 Anyone can wax lyrical about efficient vans. We prefer to build them We can already offer you vans with BlueEFFICIENCY technologies designed to conserve resources and operate with optimum efficiency for virtually any usage profile. And you can rest assured that we also intend to keep on making your individual mobility as efficient as possible. On our websites you can gain a complete overview of the wide variety of Vito, Sprinter and Vario models we offer. Your authorised Mercedes-Benz dealer will be pleased to help you find the ideal Mercedes-Benz van for your requirements. 18
31 Overview of variants Efficiency pkg. 1 NGT 3 LGT 4 BlueTEC E-CELL Vito Panel van Crewbus/minibus 2 Mixto 2 Sprinter Panel van Crewbus/minibus 2 Pickup Chassis Vario Panel van Pickup Tipper Chassis 1 The constituent parts of the efficiency package vary depending on the model 2 The efficiency package is part of the standard specification for vehicles registered as passenger cars 3 Bi-fuel or mono-fuel 4 Bi-fuel Fuel consumption and CO 2 emissions: Mercedes-Benz Vito with BlueEFFICIENCY efficiency package: Fuel consumption (urban, extra-urban and combined) / / l/100 km, CO 2 emissions (combined) g/km Mercedes-Benz Sprinter with BlueEFFICIENCY efficiency package: Fuel consumption (urban, extra-urban and combined) / / l/100 km, CO 2 emissions (combined) g/km Mercedes-Benz Sprinter NGT: Mono-fuel/bi-fuel: natural gas fuel consumption (urban, extra-urban and combined) / / kg/100 km, CO 2 emissions (combined) g/km Bi-fuel: petrol fuel consumption (urban, extra-urban and combined) / / l/100 km, CO 2 emissions (combined) g/km Mercedes-Benz Sprinter LGT: Bi-fuel: liquefied gas fuel consumption (urban, extra-urban and combined) / / l/100 km, CO 2 emissions (combined) g/km Bi-fuel: petrol fuel consumption (urban, extra-urban and combined) / / l/100 km, CO 2 emissions (combined) g/km Mercedes-Benz Vito E-CELL: Power consumption 22 kwh/100 km, locally emission-free All figures apply to vehicles registered as passenger cars. The figures are not based on an individual vehicle and do not constitute part of the product offer; they are provided solely for the purposes of comparison between different drive types Your authorised Mercedes-Benz dealer will be pleased to tell you about the efficiency classes of the different vehicle models
32 Take-back of end-of-life vehicles. Coming full circle. At the end of its long life, you can return your Mercedes-Benz van to us for environment-friendly disposal in accordance with the EC End-Of-Life Vehicle Directive. But that day lies a long way off. The take-back of end-of life vehicles applies in accordance with national regulations to vehicles up to 3.5 tonnes gross weight. Mercedes-Benz vans have met the requirements governing the suitability of a vehicle s design for reuse and recycling for a number of years now. A network of vehicle take-back depots and dismantlers has been established which will process your vehicle in an environment-friendly manner. The ways in which both vehicles and parts can be recovered are subject to ongoing development and improvement. Consequently, Mercedes-Benz vans will be able to comply with any future increases in the recycling quota within the stipulated time limits. Further information is available from or your national hotline. Please note: changes may have been made to the product since this brochure went to press ( ). The manufacturer reserves the right to make changes to the design, form, colour and specification during the delivery period, provided these changes, while taking into account the interests of the vendor, can be deemed reasonable with respect to the purchaser. Where the vendor or the manufacturer uses symbols or numbers to describe an order or the subject of an order, no rights may be derived solely from these. The illustrations and descriptions may show or refer to accessories and items of special equipment which are not part of standard specification. Colours may differ slightly from those shown in the brochure, owing to the limitations of the printing process. This brochure may also contain models and services which are not available in certain countries. This brochure is distributed internationally. Information given regarding statutory regulations, legal requirements and taxation and the consequences thereof applies to the Federal Republic of Germany only and is correct at the time of going to press. Please consult your Mercedes-Benz van dealer for final details. Daimler AG, Stuttgart VAN/VMK D /0911 Printed in Federal Republic of Germany/Imprimé en République fédérale d Allemagne
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