The new Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. One for all.
For nearly a century, Mercedes-Benz has made it our mission to move the world. Through our employees and their achievements, we’ve created a company we can all be proud of. Mercedes-Benz was founded in 1926 by Karl Benz, Gottlieb Daimler, Wilhelm Maybach and Emil Jellinek, whose daughter Mercedes is our original namesake.
Our vehicles are manufactured in 17 countries on five continents, and distributed all over the world. From the crumple zone in 1959 to the airbag in 1980 and PRE-SAFE® braking in 2002, Mercedes-Benz has invented many of the automotive technologies we see today.
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The Pioneer Among Vans
It has given a whole vehicle class a name – the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is the synonym for large vans around the 3.5 to 5.5 tonne class worldwide. The largest van from Mercedes-Benz is a model of reliability, efficiency, economy and versatility. With its five safety systems, efficient and powerful engines and a distinctive and self-confident look, the Sprinter has set standards since its introduction in 1995. The van has always been the pioneer and innovator of its class. But above all, with exceptionally low fuel consumption values of up to 6.3 l / 100 km, it is by far the top of its class in fuel consumption.
The third generation of the Sprinter, the large van from Mercedes-Benz Vans, now offers a new, diverse range of product features that serves specific market segments even more effectively than before.
The Sprinter as an integrated system solution
The new Sprinter is the first integrated system solution offered by Mercedes-Benz Vans. This vehicle is fully networked. Its standard equipment includes connectivity hardware and the services of Mercedes PRO connect. The new connectivity solution, in combination with the new generation of telematics, significantly lightens the administrative burdens of fleet management. By means of the fleet management tool, the Web-based service connects the fleet manager with all of the vehicles and drivers in his fleet. This makes it possible to manage assignments online and call up vehicle status information such as location, fuel reserves, and maintenance intervals almost in real time. As a result, fleet managers can quickly and easily gain a complete overview of their fleets.