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A CROSS-COUNTRY ROAD TRIP IN THE NEW MERCEDES SEMI-MINIVAN
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The Mercedes-Benz Metris, the little brother of the Sprinter, which you’ve likely seen tooling around businesses in your local commercial district, is the German automaker’s new, more compact option for getting a bunch of people or stuff from one place to another.
It’s smaller and more agile than a Sprinter, but still a bit bigger than typical small vans like the Ford Transit Connect or minivans like the Chrysler Pacifica. Its size doesn’t hinder it when it comes to easy handling, but the Metris still offers cargo space that is comparable to a full-size van.
Unlike the diesel-only Sprinter, the Metris boasts a 208-hp, 258 lb-ft 2.0-liter turbo-four gas engine that has no trouble getting up to speed on the freeway. Additionally, the seven-speed automatic makes it accessible to just about any driver.
We took a Metris across the country and drove it in just about every condition imaginable, including interstates, two-lane highways, dense cities, mountain roads and, once, along a muddy dirt road in the middle of nowhere, Colorado. The van conquered all without a problem. It has a remarkably smooth ride. In fact, when driving at highway speed, it’s easy to forget that you are d... [more]