Mercedes have revealed their VW California rival, the Marco Polo campervan. The new model is available in Sport or AMG Line trims, with the engine fitted with a seven-speed automatic gearbox. The vehicle has 18-inch alloy wheels, 19-inch if you choose the AMG Line model.

Check out the interior

The Marco Polo camper van has a classic camper van layout. Inside you will find a side kitchenette, with a small dining table on a sliding rail, a storage unit, folding bed to the rear of the vehicle and a rising roof for that little extra space. There is enough room to comfortably sleep up to four people. For the driver; a sat-nav, lane tracking, climate control and driving assistance packages all of which make your journeys that little more comfortable. This new model is comfortable, stylish and high quality. Perfect for those looking to set out on an adventure, without giving up some of the luxuries they enjoy.

Marco Polo campervan prices

The entry level model with the 220 d engine is available to drive away from £53,180, the AMG Line model with this engine costs from £55,320. The Sport and AMG Line trims fitted fitted with the 250 d engine cost between £55,055 and £57,195.

Added: 30 December 2016

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