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Mercedes-Benz Vario
Ernst Auwärter Economy 100 4053
Mercedes-Benz Vario with bus conversion
Manufacturer Mercedes-Benz
Parent company Daimler AG
Also called W670
Production 1996–present
Assembly Ludwigsfelde, Germany
Alcobendas, Spain (CKD)
Predecessor Mercedes-Benz T2 (Transporter 2)
Class Commercial vehicle
Layout Front engine, rear-wheel drive
Engine(s) Mercedes-Benz OM904

The Mercedes-Benz Vario (model designation W670) is a heavy van manufactured by Mercedes-Benz. Originally launched as the T2 (Transporter 2) in 1986, the Vario gained its current name when it was facelifted in 1996. The T2 van itself succeeded the Mercedes-Benz L van series.

The bodyshell remained relatively unchanged since production started. The Vario has proved a popular base chassis for minibuses and mini-coaches, although the demand for minibuses has declined with new regulations requiring disabled access, although a model with a wheelchair lift is now available.

The Vario is fitted with a type OM904 internal combustion engine (shared with the Mercedes-Benz Atego).

1996-2008 Mercedes-Benz Vario (W670) 818 D (Linfox Armaguard) 01

Mercedes-Benz Vario with security van conversion

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