Mercedes-Benz V-Class by VATH image

The German based aftermarket specialists from VATH have officially introduced their newest creation, an upgrade package for the Mercedes-Benz V-Class.

In case you happen to own a Mercedes-Benz V-Class and you would like to make it hotter, than you have come to the right place because the aftermarket specialists from VATH have officially introduced their newest creation. This is adding the set of custom 20-inch alloy wheels, wrapped in 265/30 tires, costing 2,975 euros, along with the 629 euros set of side running boards, which are easing the access to the cabin. The tuner is also adding a lowering spring kit, bringing the height of the vehicle 25 mm closer to the road, priced at 566.20 euros too.

“As well known, car and engine techniques are the field of business of the worldwide renown VAETH company at the Bavarian city of Hoesbach near Aschaffenburg. Center of attention are both car tuning in ever new variations and restoration of old cars. By the way, the latter is most near and dear of the company’s leading team. And the customers’ response shows that this field of commerce is absolutely trendy”, says VATH in the press release.

The Mercedes-Benz V-Class in question is the V250 CDI variant and this has also received a chip tuning, which is allowing the standard 190 HP and 440 Nm of torque figures to become 225 HP (165 kW) and 500 Nm (369 lb-ft) of torque. The power boost can be had for 1,011.50 euros. Changes performed to the Mercedes-Benz V-Class have stopped here and even if this isn’t the ideal vehicle when it comes to tuning, this kit is proving that every model can become more interesting than the standard one.