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2022 Mercedes-Benz T-Class - Crash & Safety Tests

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In the van-based MPV segment, Mercedes-Benz brings the Citan Tourer and its posher version, the T-Class. Both share the platform of the Renault Kangoo but are, across the board, better-equipped with a new centre airbag for additional far-side impact protection and high performing active safety features.

Added on the 12/07/2022 07:21:48 - Copyright : Auto Moto EN

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