|Perm. GVW [t]||3.19||3.5|
|Unladen weight [kg] for perm. GVW  ||-||2380 - 2510|
|Payload [kg] for perm. GVW ||-||990 - 1120|
|Perm. GVW [kg]||-||3500 / 5500 / 6300 / 7000 |
|Maximum roof load [kg] | towing capacity braked/unbraked [kg]||-||150 | 2000/750|
|Loading area [m2] | loading volume [m3] | max. loading length [mm]||-||7.4 | 14.0 | 4400|
|Turning circle Ø [m] | track circle Ø [m]||-||15.3 | 14.5|
 In Directive 92/21/EEC of the Commission of 31st March 1992 and its adaptation through Directive 95/48/EC of the Commission from 20th September 1995 about masses and dimensions of Class M1 powered vehicles (four-wheeled vehicles with a top speed exceeding 25 km/h), kerb mass is defined as the mass of the vehicle in running order (including coolant, lubricant, fuel, spare wheel, tools and driver). A uniform mass of 75 kg (68 kg + 7 kg luggage) is assumed for the driver.
 The kerb weight of vehicles equipped with all-wheel drive may be increased by around 170 kg.
 The payload of vehicles equipped with all-wheel drive is reduced by up to 170 kg.
 Uprated permissible gross combination weight in conjunction with reinforced trailer coupling (optional), depending on the powertrain variant – except for the 316 and 316 NGT.