The Mercedes V-Class has the same sort of dashboard you’ll find in other Mercedes cars. That means it is elegantly styled, and features switches and dials that look and feel like they’re built to last. The facelift introduced the turbine-style air vents of other Mercedes’ too, but the V-Class occasionally betrays its van roots with the odd rattle from the interior trim.
There’s also space under the seats to store smaller bags. That means that V-Class will be capable of taking a full load of passengers, and their luggage, without breaking sweat.