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The 2019 Mercedes-Benz Metris midsize commercial vehicle comes in Cargo and Passenger body styles. The Worker versions are the most basic. Moving up the range brings more amenities and more options.
The Worker Cargo ($27,765) is available only in white and with silver-painted steel wheels and a steel load-space floor. There's a standard-issue sliding side door on the passenger side (a sliding door on the driver's side is optional) and a pair of "barn" doors (that open up to 270 degrees) for access to the cargo area. It also has a rearview camera, Bluetooth, a USB port, an auxiliary audio input and a 5-speaker audio system.
It is eligible for a Convenience package that adds a rearview camera, heated/power-adjustable side mirrors, LED lighting in the cargo area, cruise control, rain-sensing wipers, an upgraded audio system and a first aid kit.
A Utility package takes the Convenience bundle and brings blind spot monitoring, roof rails, wipers and heated washers for the rear window, an interior rearview mirror, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, plus straps, D-rings, lashing rails, a wood floor and waist-level panels for the cargo area.
The Worker Passenger ($31,845) is the version with the extra windows and seating for seven. It's possible to remove the second and third rows of seats, if really necessary. But they are fairly heavy. It has sliding side doors and a pair of 180-degree rear doors as standard.
This version has its own options bundles. The Convenience package mirrors the version above, but is enhanced by wipers and heated washers for the rear window. An Appearance package brings body-colored bumpers, alloy wheels, a lift gate, roof rails and synthetic leather seating surfaces. The Comfort package has everything from the previous two packages as well as blind spot monitoring and powered sliding doors on both sides.
It can also come in Obsidian Black Metallic or Brilliant Silver Metallic.
Cargo ($31,895) comes with the wooden load-space floor as standard, which helps keep the cabin quiet even when the van is empty. It also has an infotainment system with a 5.8-in color screen. The longer wheelbase costs an extra $500. Passenger ($35,995) gets the same infotainment system with a 5.8-in color screen.
These non-Worker versions allow for greater flexibility in ordering various extra features and there are more color choices. Other options include a Driver Comfort package which features plusher seats with lumbar support. A Cold Weather package has heated seats and a stronger heating system. Satellite navigation is also available in both models, along with a self-parking function that handles parallel and perpendicular spaces, plus various driver aids (see the Safety section below).
|Basic||3 Years/36,000 Miles|
|Drivetrain||3 Years/36,000 Miles|
|Corrosion||5 Years/100,000 Miles|
|Roadside Assistance||3 Years/36,000 Miles|
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