Get there safely – even in the face of adversity.
With the Multivan you can cross storm-flooded roads or standing water up to a depth of 300 mm almost effortlessly (measured at a full load and at a maximum speed of 30 km/h).
Driving on slopes is no problem. The Multivan won’t make contact with the ground even at an approach angle of 21°. The maximum departure angle, meanwhile, is 17° (measured with standard equipment and full load).
Thanks to the greater ground clearance, the Multivan with short wheelbase can even cope with crests with a ramp angle of up to 14° without difficulty (measured with standard equipment and full load).
The Multivan can master serpentines and steep terrain with ease up to a slope of 37° with the 132 kW engine* and a vehicle weight of 3,000 kg.
You can have the Multivan equipped with an engine underride guard as an option (may result in longer delivery periods). The robust metal guard provides a high level of protection for the engine and gearbox, even in extreme situations. Other protective equipment for the underbody can be ordered, e.g. for the fuel tank. Please bear in mind that the increase in the vehicle's unladen weight results in a lower payload.
- * Multivan, 2.0 l BiTDI engine with 132 kW, fuel consumption in l/100 km: urban from 11.1 to 8.8, extra-urban from 7.5 to 6.4, combined from 8.8 to 7.3 CO₂ emissions in g/km: combined from 232 to 192; efficiency class from D to C.
The fuel consumption and emission values listed here have been ascertained in accordance with the measuring method stipulated. These figures do not refer to a particular specific vehicle and do not constitute part of the offer but are purely for comparison purposes between the various types of vehicle. In addition to the fuel efficiency of a vehicle, driving behaviour as well as other non-technical factors (such as environmental conditions) play a role in determining a vehicle’s fuel consumption and CO₂ emissions. In addition to weather and traffic conditions, extra equipment and accessories (attachment parts, tyres, etc.) may change vehicle parameters such as the weight, rolling resistance of the tyres and the aerodynamics and thus influence the fuel consumption and driving performance values. Note in accordance with the currently valid version of directive 1999/94/EC: further information on the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO₂ emissions for all new passenger car models can be found in the “Guide on fuel consumption, CO₂ emissions and power consumption for all new passenger car models”, which is available free of charge at every point of sale in the European Union and, for prospective buyers in Germany, at DAT Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH, Hellmuth-Hirth-Strasse 1, 73760 Ostfildern. Efficiency classes evaluate vehicles based on CO₂ emissions while taking the unladen weight of the vehicle into consideration. Vehicles that comply with the average are classified as D. Vehicles with an efficiency level above the current average are classified as A+, A, B or C. Vehicles that are below average are classified as E, F or G.