Six individual seats come as standard, however up to two rear three-seater benches can be purchased, turning the Viano into an eight seat people carrier.
All engines conform to Euro IV emission standards.
- 3.5 V6 - 259 PS (255 bhp | 190 kW) and 340 Nm (251 lb ft)
- 2.0 CDI - 109 PS (107 bhp | 80 kW) and 270 Nm (199 lb ft)
- 2.2 CDI - 150 PS (148 bhp | 110 kW) and 330 Nm (244 lb ft)
- 3.0 CDI V6 - 204 PS (201 bhp | 150 kW) and 440 Nm (325 lb ft)
There are a number of rival MPVs in the Viano's price and size bracket; these include:
- Chrysler Grand Voyager
- Volkswagen Caravelle
- Peugeot 807
- Ford Tourneo
- Toyota Previa
This special edition Viano is available with the V6 engines. It has been adorned with sportier exterior details including metallic paint, 18" alloy wheels, a chromed exhaust tailpipe and unique front and rear bumpers. Inside are specially designed 'Twin' leather seats and burr walnut wood accents.
The Viano X-Clusive is only available in selected markets.
What Car? gave the Viano an average review, criticising the van roots showing through in some areas and its high price. However, the wide range and sliding rear side doors were highlighted as positive attributes.
AutoExpress said '[the Viano] is a much more complete package, and scores well in terms of interior space, versatility and refinement.' The Viano was given 2½ stars out of 5 by both Autocar and Parker's.