Mercedes-Benz V-class  Minivans aren’t hip. They’re not cool. So square are the once-dominant force in family haulers that few automakers even sell one anymore, opting instead for SUV-mimicking crossovers—our vote for the next automotive trend to be uncool. Mercedes-Benz saw this coming in 2005, and duly came to market with the not-quite-a-minivan R-class, which was subsequently thought of as a minivan and left to rot at Mercedes dealerships nationwide before being pulled from our market in 2012. Now Mercedes is introducing the V-class: another not-quite-a-minivan that follows a different approach.   The Mercedes-Benz V-class Each VIP seat has a control panel mounted alongside. The small touchscreen controls everything from the opacity of the partition and side windows to overhead reading lights and the TV. Occupants also benefit from a built-in coffeemaker, refrigerator, and bar, while an LTE data connection and Wi-Fi router ensure mobile-office capabilities. Because nobody wants to do business while drinking a hot or cold drink that doesn’t stay hot or cold, the cupholders in back can be heated or cooled. Naturally, leather covers nearly everything. Rent Your Car – Enjoy Your Life – Ibiza – Formentera

Price: From € 290

Baby Seat: Yes

Additional Driver: No

Extra infant seats: Yes

Navigation GPS: Yes

Personal Accident Insurance: Yes

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