Mercedes-Benz has been a leader in automotive excellence for over 100 years. Known the world over for luxury, they’re widely associated with passenger cars. Their commitment to innovation and safety is equaled by their reputation for stylish design. But Mercedes-Benz is also the world’s largest manufacturer of commercial vehicles, and has set the standard for the industry since their first van was introduced in 1896. The Mercedes Sprinter styling is a good example of their tremendous versatility.
The Sprinter Van was introduced in 1995, and has been widely used as a cargo vehicle ever since. Today’s Sprinter cargo van has up to 547 cubic ft. of space, rear and side door opening areas and interior standing height. But that’s not the whole story. These work vans also have a crew version, with plenty of space, the same openings and standing height, and the added benefit of room for five workers. That means you can get your cargo and your crew to the jobsite.
On the other hand, maybe your crew isn’t going to a worksite. Maybe they’re headed to a meeting. In that case, Mercedes-Benz has the van for you. The Sprinter passenger van can hold up to twelve adults, and has side step-in heights, with a wide entry. The interior is inviting and comfortable. Safety features are standard, including Adaptive ESP, three point safety belts, and driver and passenger airbags, so you can count on arriving at your destination in style and safety.
Europeans have been enjoying the versatility of the Sprinter van for years, and since 2001, Americans have been catching on. Companies such as Microsoft use Sprinters for campus shuttles, and in Colombia the Sprinter is even used as intercity transport. You can be assured that, as a Mercedes-Benz, the Sprinter is not only versatile; it’s the height of comfort and innovation.