Mercedes Sprinter Cargo Van - the Only AWD Vehicle in the Van’s World
A key factor of cargo vans’ utility is their ability to be upfitted to the customer needs. These vehicles are erased slates, ready to be modified to suit the job at hand. As one might expect, there’s a dizzying array of upfitter solutions out there representing varying levels of quality and integration.
Mercedes Sprinter van
has been a pioneer in the North American market, introducing commercial customers here to tall and slab-sided European-fashion van format all the way back in 2001.
A Sprinter van is about any job or journey. If there’s a “super vehicle” of the van universe, it’s the Mercedes Sprinter. It offers performance, power, and economy, so it has jumped on more orthodox supercars, and it also can carry plenty of equipment or cargo in its generous load bay.
It’s a very wise choice for any other van buyer thanks to Mercedes-Benz vast choice of different configurations. There are different wheelbases, body lengths, roof heights
, and specifications to choose, giving the customer the opportunity to pick the van they really need and want.
The Sprinter Cargo Van
has the efficiency, power, and capacity to handle job. The newly redesigned van offers more connectivity, an increased focus on technology, safety features, an in the US at least, the option of a gasoline engine.
Now, the German manufacturer is trying to engineer another significant change in van tastes. The Mercedes is pouring tech from luxury cars into vans, starting with new Sprinter.