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Honestly the door pins are about as close you're going to get to a Brabus Metris on the North American side. How much appetite do you legitimately think there is in NA for a super hot minivan? Logically if there was it would of been done already...
 

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Honestly the door pins are about as close you're going to get to a Brabus Metris on the North American side. How much appetite do you legitimately think there is in NA for a super hot minivan? Logically if there was it would of been done already...
Definitely not a huge market demand. But it's cool to see.
 

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Definitely not a huge market demand. But it's cool to see.
Agreed, Its just that Brabus never worked over the Sprinter in NA (anywhere? LOL) and I wouldn't imagine the MEtris is any different. Especially considering they're interested in chasing down the commercial van market... I mean theres only so fast you can get to the job site ahahaa ;)
 

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Agreed, Its just that Brabus never worked over the Sprinter in NA (anywhere? LOL) and I wouldn't imagine the MEtris is any different. Especially considering they're interested in chasing down the commercial van market... I mean theres only so fast you can get to the job site ahahaa ;)
Or even some companies looking to make one or some of their passenger fleets look cooler :D
 

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Definitely not a huge market demand. But it's cool to see.
I would like to disagree with this statement. If Mercedes Benz would bring all VITO options available for USA market as Metris, I would totally see Metris push off Honda and Toyota and whatever that is out selling now in USA. Think of the van that is roomy, very safe, versatile, 4x4 with 36 mile per gallon of diesel fuel economy. I know a few hundred families that would buy it. What I do not understand is who decides what to bring and how to equipped it. I am willing to pay for the options, just bring them in to USA and you will see the difference.
 

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Ah, but sir, you repeat yourself. I will respond to your other post. Except to point out that the net price- non taxed- for this Braubus is 130k euros, or nearly $150k- and thats all cosmetic and luxury upgrades over the standard V250's 190 hp, no power stuff.
 
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