There is a new ambulance arrived at Diac Holland, namely: the Mercedes-Benz Vito 115 CDI Ambulance. The Vito was released in 1996 on the market and is a light panel truck from Mercedes-Benz. Mercedes introduced the W638 Vito with four engines. Two diesel engines, the 2.3 liter 4-cylinder 108D with 80hp and 100hp 2.3-liter 110D. The petrol versions were the 2.3 liter 4-cylinder 113 with 130 hp and the 2.8 liter VR6 engine 174pk from Volkswagen. The model was a success. Especially the contractor double cab, the vehicle was popular among both medical companies and individuals. In October 2003 a new model of the Vito came out with more powerful engines (W639). The 109CDI, 111CDI and the 115cdi have 2.2-liter 4-cylinder CDI engines. De Vito was appointed by an international jury to Van of the Year 2010. More about the 115 CDI The ride quality of the 115 CDI is excellent, with good stability while driving on a straight line and a confident cornering. A major medical advantage of the Vito Ambulance is the easy entry feature. There is no step needed, while the cab is pleasant high. This facilitates quick loading and unloading of the ambulance. The space for the patient is nicely finished and easily accessible via the light rolling door and wide-opening rear doors. Specifications and price The Mercedes-Benz Vito 115 CDI Ambulance of Diac Holland is from the year 2009, has a mileage of 470 577, runs on diesel, has a vending machine and a used car. The used ambulances from Diac Holland can be fully equipped with both new and used medical equipment. For price information and other questions about this ambulance, contact Diac Holland.