2013 Mercedes Benz Viano by JMS and Piecha Design review and pictures

Posted on Saturday, 4 January 2014 , 20:01:50 byDan

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Mercedes Benz Viano by JMS and Piecha Design

Mercedes is a German well known brand that manufactures great cars which can please even the most difficult client. However, many tuning companies try to add their own mark on Mercedes cars. One of these is the Piecha Design, a tuning name that exclusively works on Mercedes vehicles. Together with JMS tuning, they have developed a styling package for the Mercedes Benz Viano facelift, although the vehicle is soon going to be replaced.


The 2014 Mercedes-Benz V-Class will replace the Viano name plate as well as the R-Class model. The new model will most likely be introduced at the 2014 Geneva Motor Show planned for next March. Despite this, the two tuning companies chose to work on the Viano. They can equip the van with a new one-piece front apron featuring air intakes, for 595 EUR. For some additional 357 EUR the customer can have daytime running lights fitted onto the original bumper whereas the quad exhaust system will take out of the pockets an extra 995 EUR.


The Mercedes Viano can also receive new side skirts for 476 EUR and a roof-mounted spoiler which costs 357 EUR.  The list of changes include the 21-inch one-piece alloy wheels wrapped in 255/40 R19 tires priced at 2,399 EUR. These last ones are also suitable for the model that appeared before the facelift one. So, if you need to change your ride, do the math and see if it’s worth it.