|Standard roof||High roof|
|Cargo area (m²)||4.4||4.4|
|Cargo capacity (m³)||7.5||8.5|
|Max. loading length (mm)||2600||2600|
|Kerb weight (kg) at perm. GVW  ||3.0 t||1930 - 1985||1960 - 2015|
|3.5 t||1935 - 1980||1970 - 2015|
|Payload (kg) with GVW  of||3.0 t||1015 - 1070||985 - 1040|
|3.5 t||1520 - 1565||1485 - 1530|
|Perm. GVW (kg)||3000/ 3500||3000/ 3500|
|Max. roof load (kg)||300||150|
|Track circle/turning circle diameter (m)||11.3/12.3||11.3/12.3|
 Figures according to the EC Directive applicable to the vehicle category – 92/21/EEC or 97/27/EC – in the version applicable at the time of going to print (kerb weight incl. tools/spare wheel and trailer coupling, if supplied by manufacturer, fuel tank 90% full, driver and, if applicable, luggage) for standard-specification vehicles. Optional extras and accessories will generally increase this figure and reduce the payload accordingly. Note: According to ISO-M06 1176, the kerb weight figures are reduced by up to 75 kg.
 The kerb weight of vehicles equipped with all-wheel drive may be increased by around 130 - 165 kg.
 The payload of vehicles equipped with all-wheel drive can be reduced by around 130 - 165 kg.
Detailed dimensions are contained in our data sheet – or ask your Mercedes-Benz dealer.