The all-new Mercedes-Benz V-Class Grande

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In the market for a new motor in 2017? Lewis Reed’s Mercedes V-Class Grande might be worth investigating in the months ahead…

Lewis Reed is delighted to announce the launch of its new Mercedes V-Class Grande which will be available from Spring 2017.

This latest addition to the Lewis Reed portfolio of wheelchair accessible vehicles is unique as the headroom space has been increased from 53”/135cm to 57”/145cm and takes Lewis Reed to a new level in terms of luxury, comfort and choice which is unrivalled in the UK. The V-Class Grande will be available in two models: the Sport and AMG line. The Grande will be available in the extra-long wheelbase option.

Every vehicle supplied by Lewis Reed is bespoke and customised to ensure it meets the requirements of the individual which can vary incredibly from one user to the next.

The V-Class Grande comes with a comprehensive range of control options and flexible seating positions to offer practical solutions for the user and their carer or family. The adaptable floor mounted rail system is quick and easy to use providing a choice of up to 6 passenger seating and wheelchair positions.

To ensure entering and exiting the vehicle is as easy as possible, the V-Class Grande is fitted with electric sliding doors on both sides. A side lift is also available as an optional extra. For wheelchair access, the large automatic powered tailgate opens to enable a remote-controlled rear lift or lowered floor and lowering suspension.

Once again Lewis Reed has successfully developed a new and unique product in the form of the new Mercedes-Benz V-Class Grande. Call today using the contact details below for more information.or more information on the full range of wheelchair accessible vehicles available from Lewis Reed call 0151 343 5360 or visit: You can also follow Lewis Reed on Twitter, @lewisreedgroup and facebook

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