2016 Mercedes-Benz Metris consumer reviews

$28,950 starting MSRP
side view of 2016 Metris Mercedes-Benz
100% of drivers recommend this car
Rating breakdown (out of 5):
  • Comfort 4.9
  • Interior design 4.7
  • Performance 4.8
  • Value for the money 4.7
  • Exterior styling 4.9
  • Reliability 4.8
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Very reliable and comfortable vehicle

This Van has spacious leg room in both the front and back. Easy to drive and comfortable seats. Lots of features, safe van when traveling a long distance.


Very reliable and comfortable to drive. Gas mileag

This passenger van is very spacious and has lots of leg room in the front and back. Front and rear air condition. Comfortable for long trips.


Purpose built for what I need

From the ample cargo space, to the easy to use controls, to the payload capacity, to the excellent fuel economy, this van is perfect for doing service work.


Love it! The new VW Bus

Really liked the Metris, very capable but need all wheel drive. Comfortably fits 8 adults unlike most other minivans which have terrible 3rd rows. Great comercial people mover!


Love My Metris with Explorer Conversion

Love My Metris with Explorer Conversion pkg Best value on the road if you have a Family. Its the best keep secret on the road today. Lot more room then any SUV or minivan. And the 4 cyl turbo gas engine is great on gas I get the same milage as my old suv. and my metris tows 5000 lbs. The Explorer conversion pkg is worth the extra money.


Great car for a family or business

This is great car if you need to use for your private needs or business. I bought 2016 Mercedes Benz Metris upgraded by Explorer for $64,000.00. This is very nice luxury van can fit up to 7 passengers in total plus luggage. You can use this van/suv for any business needs. You can use this vehicle like van, suv or sedan if you in private executive transportation business. Highly recommended.





Mercedes Metris Passenger Van is a Hit

Lots of room - great acceleration - feels solid. It does not have the latest generation Mercedes electronics but does have the latest safety features. If you need room for 7 or 8 adults - and the truck to boot - nothing out there comes close. Even more room than a Suburban.


I only drove it but it's a very comfortable ride

I am in the market for one I really like this minivan for my family I love it seven passenger with room to put stuff in the back very comfortable grade On gas I hope I find one soon I need it at the right price other than that I feel it will get the first time I saw it very nice vehicle


Utilitarian awesomeness unlike anything else

I purchased a fully loaded passenger version as a work vehicle for my real estate business. It is nimble and fuel efficient enough that staff (or I) don't mind driving it around for errands that don't require a van. Its boxy proportions make it a perfect canvas for custom wraps, and mine looks amazing! I load it up with passengers at least once per week for work. With seats removed, it offers a whole other level of cargo space than any minivan. And since my loaded passenger van is fully carpeted, it is still quiet and nice looking, even when turned into a cargo hauler. Other upsides: 2nd and 3rd row seats hold actual adults. The 3rd row is vastly better than any 3rd row in a minivan or SUV. Seating position is identical in 2nd and 3rd row. Nothing inside is luxurious, but it's all functional, durable, and attractive. My van has the optional high output alternator and additional battery, and I had mine up-fitted with a 3,000 watt pure sine wave power inverter, so I can power professional audio gear that I use at community events. Steering and handling is exceptional. Braking is a bit spongy, but actual performance is solid. That actually makes this function better for smooth shuttle duty. I use it for occasional trailer towing, and it performs spectacularly (with the exception of side mirrors that are too small). Downsides: the 2nd and 3rd row seats don't fold or adjust. No Stow-N-Go here. But remember that collapsing seats still require space in the floor, as compared to the Metris with seats removed for hauling. I just compared my Metris with seats removed side-by-side with a current generation Dodge Caravan with seats folded flat. The low and completely flat load floor and vastly greater interior volume favor the Metris by a wide margin. Mirrors are small. Infotainment system is pure utility vehicle: functional, but nothing to look at, not easy to use, and an okay audio system, but not in the league of a premium audio system on a minivan or SUV. Given that I paid $45,000 for a fully optioned model, I would have gladly paid another $1k or $2k more for better infotainment, navigation, audio, and a few more luxurious soft-touch surfaces. The bottom line is that nothing else offers the combination of driving and handling this well, being this nimble, fitting into garages, solid towing capabilities, offering adult friendly accommodations in all seats, and looking this good on the outside. It's not perfect, but my son has made fun of me for the number of times I've said, "I LOVE this van!"