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We know that in June this year, the third generation Mercedes-Benz Sprinter will be available in dealerships in Europe. Finally, the automaker has shared real details on what we can expect from the new commercial van.
Aside from that, interested buyers in Germany can already place their orders on one of these for a base price of 19,990 euros before tax ($24,530 at current exchange rates). Deliveries for this electrified eSprinter are set to start in 2019.
Though the current version of the Sprinter is available in a rear wheel drive and an all wheel drive option, customers will now be offered in a front wheel drive version of the van.Read the entire article 2018 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter can be configured for any type of job
The first thing one notices about the heavy-duty Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cab Chassis is its impressive size. At 95 inches tall and 20 feet in length, it simply towers over other lesser vehicles and its powerful presence alone dominates everything in sight.
Its imposing hulk correctly suggests the incredible power it possesses with a payload capacity of 6,400 lbs. and a towing capacity of almost 4 tons. Indeed, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cab Chassis is a capable machine and can be depended on to handle even the toughest task.
Imagine what an expert customizer such as RENNtech can do to this already overpowered base model. According to Bernie Glaser, Vice President of Mercedes-Benz Vans in the USA, Mercedes-Benz’s collaboration with RENNtech to create the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Extreme resulted to a “super-strength, unlimited hard-working capability and an aggressive design.”Read the entire article Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Extreme Concept gets an upgrade from RENNtech
Daimler announced that production of the next-generation Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van will be done in North America, as it tries to improve competitiveness by shifting output from its home turf Germany. Daimler ships Sprinter kits from Germany to Ladson, South Carolina, where the van will be assembled.
Volker Mornhinweg, head of the Mercedes' vans division, said in a statement, that the company can cater better to the growing demand for large vans in North America economically only if it builds them locally in the NAFTA region. He remarked that Daimler will decide on the exact site for the Sprinter’s production in the NAFTA region in the next few months.
Due to high import tariffs, Daimler has been building US-bound Sprinters in Duesseldorf and Ludwigsfelde, both in Germany. The vans are partially disassembled in Germany and then reassembled in Ladson – a time-consuming process.Read the entire article Next-gen Mercedes Sprinter to be produced in North America
Mercedes-Benz is introducing the latest model of its widely acclaimed large van – the new Sprinter. The Sprinter has been the face of innovations in its segment, setting new standards. The latest model aims to continue what has been started, as it features five new safety systems, engines that comply with future Euro VI emissions standard, and a very impressive appearance.
New Sprinter is so far the most efficient vehicle in its segment, as it only consumes 6.3 liters of fuel per 100 km. Euro VI drastically cuts the emission limits for nitrogen oxides (NOx), total hydrocarbons (THC), and particulate mass, and the new Sprinter is the first van in the world to comply with standard in all of its engine variants.
The van achieved this feat through the help of its BlueTEC engine and SCR technology that injects AdBlue into the exhaust gas. This technology has been tried and tested in over 100,000 commercial vehicles from Mercedes-Benz. This achievement was made without sacrificing the performance of the diesel engines -- four- and six-cylinder of which still provide outputs ranging from 70 kW (95 hp) to 140 kW (190 hp).Read the entire article 2014 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter continues innovation and tradition
The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter plans to dominate in the large van segment by making it offer several product improvements in spring 2012. It was subjected to the tough, practical testing that highlights the primary requirements of safety, economy and comfort. The Sprinter is the first van in the world to come with a seven-speed torque-converter automatic transmission.
It is equipped with a BlueEFFICIENCY package and a higher axle ratio that enhances fuel efficiency even further. The functionality of the standard-fit ESP has been enhanced. Just like all new parts of Mercedes-Benz vehicles, these new features are required to be able to endure extreme testing in the harsh conditions near the Arctic Circle. The safety standard of the Sprinter was raised by Mercedes-Benz to a higher level.
Since the start of 2012, the van has been fitted with a new range of ADAPTIVE ESP with added functions. The Brake Disk Wipe is one of its new features. When driving on a wet surface, this system creates a low level of brake pressure on a cyclical basis.Read the entire article 2013 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter receives minor updates
Now, you can have the first class amenities of a private jet in your very own custom Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Grand Edition. Offered exclusively from Mercedes-Benz Manhattan, this mobile office features high-speed internet, satellite radio, digital satellite directional TV, and several other office and entertainment features that’s to be expected from this elite brand.
With this model, the buyer is assured to get convenience and comfort, with features like touch-screen automated controls, captain's chairs with heating and massage, a built-in refrigerator, power privacy partition and rear seating for seven.
These vehicles are custom-built and are offered on a very limited-basis. If you’re interested, you can contact the Sprinter Division at Mercedes-Benz Manhattan at (888) 270-9462. You may also visit either of its two convenient mid-town locations at 41st Street and 11th Avenue or Park Avenue at 55th Street.Read the entire article Mercedes-Benz Manhattan offers exclusive Sprinter Grand Edition
Mercedes-Benz Vans will deliver 1,300 Mercedes-Benz Sprinters to Deutsche Post DHL -- its largest order in Germany in 2010. The deliveries started in December 2010 and the last vehicles are set to go into operation in a year’s time.
Deutsche Post was convinced to buy Mercedes-Benz Vans, which offered the most economical solution and the best technology, giving it an edge over the competition.
The handover occurred at one of the Mercedes-Benz dealerships for Cologne and Leverkusen in Frechen. Volker Mornhinweg, Head of Mercedes-Benz Vans, officially handed over the first vehicles to Thomas Zuber, Head of the Letter and DHL Parcel Delivery unit at Deutsche Post DHL.Read the entire article Deutsche Post DHL makes an order of 1,300 Mercedes-Benz Sprinters for parcel delivery
Mercedes-Benz will showcase five travel coaches and transit buses at the 63rd IAA Commercial Vehicles, in Hall 14/15 in Hanover on Sept. 23-30, 2010. The carmaker will display the zero-emission Citaro FuelCELL Hybrid but what the audience will be really watching out for is the world premiere of the Sprinter City 77 for urban use.
Mercedes-Benz based the minibus on a conventional Sprinter up to the B-pillar. But the bus body with twin rear axle and continuous low-floor area is an exclusive in-house development for the Sprinter City 77.
The minibus, which seats 40 passengers, is slotted between the Sprinter City 65 and the Citaro K. Compared to the previous City 65 flagship model, the new Sprinter City 77 is about a meter longer and offers ten passenger seats more.Read the entire article Mercedes-Benz Sprinter City 77: official details, photos and specs
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