The Mercedes-Benz Metris comes in slightly larger and more capable than the Ford Transit Connect and Nissan NV200/Chevrolet City Express (which are the same vehicle).
Depending on your needs, that's either a good thing or a demerit.
Either way, the Metris is certainly the nicest of the quartet of smaller commercial vans—yet it's also the priciest.
In passenger form, it makes a terrific airport shuttle or even a minivan alternative.
But if you're only going to use it to cart around your family, the Chrysler Pacifica is much less expensive and offers far more family-oriented features.
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|2017 Mercedes-Benz MetrisBrowse Used Listings||2017 Chrysler PacificaBrowse Used Listings||2017 Ford Transit ConnectBrowse Used Listings|
|20 MPG City / 24 MPG Hwy||19 MPG City / 28 MPG Hwy|
|Intercooled Turbo Premium Unleaded I-4||Regular Unleaded V-6||N/A|
|Standard Roof 126" Wheelbase Worker||Touring FWD||N/A|
|Rear Wheel Drive||Front Wheel Drive||N/A|
|Worker Cargo Van||Passenger Van||N/A|
|Automatic w/OD||Automatic w/OD||N/A|
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|2017 Mercedes-Benz Metris vs. 2017 Chrysler Pacifica||2017 Mercedes-Benz Metris vs. 2017 Ford Transit Connect|