The Mercedes-Benz Vario, also known as the Mercedes-Benz W670, was a van-based minibus produced by Mercedes-Benz and EvoBus from 1996 until 2013. It succeeded the Mercedes-Benz T2-derived minibus and was eventually replaced by the Sprinter minibus.
The Vario saw huge success in the United Kingdom and Ireland, being Mercedes-Benz's real breakout product in this market. Many thousands of Varios were built with bodies such as the Alexander ALX100 and Plaxton Beaver, and hundreds remain in service with dozens of operators, including First and Western Greyhound.
The Vario was also available as a standard van.