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Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van Review

5 Stars (26 Reviews)
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Latest Reviews

  • James Lemon - 10/05/2019

    very suprised at how nice they are inside vs the older models, we have used them for 10 years and would alwasy choose a sprinter over 90% of other vans.

    5 Stars
  • Nicholas Kerwin - 26/03/2019

    A very nice van

    5 Stars
  • James Hunt - 01/03/2019

    Outstanding van

    5 Stars
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Our Review

The Mercedes - Benz Sprinter 313Cdi is like its predecessors offering a quality vehicle by anyone's standards. The popular panel van has both the load capacity and the power to transport significant loads over distance, and be a comfortable ride for the driver as it chugs along the open road.

The 2.1 litre engine gives 129 bhp and a torque of 305Nm. Shifting its payload of 1415kg is not a problem for the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter, and the payload can be loaded via rear doors or a sliding side door. The loading height of the van measures at 668mm which considering its size is pretty good. The load length is 3265mm, width of 1736mm which narrows to 1350mm between the wheel arches, and has a load height 3265mm. The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is capable of transporting big loads across distance, and gives a respectable 33.6 miles per gallon.

Safety is a big feature of the Mercedes -Benz Sprinter range, and to this end they have supplied three point seatbelts with pretensioners and force - limiters, a bulkhead between the driver and the loading area, extensive impact protection, and the adaptive ESP stability control system as standard.

The ESP stability control is a clever piece of technology and is designed to help the driver retain control over the van regardless of the driving conditions encountered. The Mercedes - Benz Sprinter is also equipped with ABS and brakeforce distribution, and all three of these technologies combined enables wheels to be braked independently, compensates traction by position of the load and the vehicle, and can estimate the van's centre of gravity and mass. In turn it will adjust the grip of the vehicle accordingly. Just to spice up the technology further, it applies steering compensation through over and understeering as it deems necessary.

The cab on the Mercedes - Benz Sprinter borrows a lot from its cars. The instruments have that luxury car look and the stereo and ventilation controls have come from the same stable too. This gives the Mercedes - Benz Sprinter more in cab luxury than any other panel van affords. Somewhat strangely, the storage options are not really abundant, with just overhead storage being a nice touch. Nonetheless, the whole interior has got that touch of class.

Without a doubt Mercedes - Benz Sprinters are a quality affair. They have everything that vans in this class should have, together with built in features that are in some cases awe inspiring.

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