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WE INVENTED HARD CORE.
120 Years of Van Innovation
Over a hundred years ago, we recognized the need for a vehicle that could take on heavy loads and not back down from any job. The result – Mercedes-Benz invented the van. That first van paved the way for an entirely new segment and set the standard for others to follow. As the need for vans grew, Mercedes-Benz surpassed all expectations to become the world’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturer. While our latest Sprinter and Metris Vans continue to raise the bar for innovation and technology, they still hold true to our core values: to create vans that deliver an extraordinary level of performance, durability, and safety to every owner.
Benz company invents the motorized van, dubbed a “combination delivery vehicle”.
Introduction of the Mercedes-Benz L 1000 Express Van.
Mercedes-Benz introduces the L 319 and reinvents the light truck segment.
Mercedes-Benz introduces the new large-capacity van, the L 406 D.
Mercedes-Benz launches a new light van lineup internally called the TN or T1.
The invention of the automobile is 100 years old and Mercedes-Benz presents its newest van, the T2.
The first-generation Sprinter Van launches in Europe and wins “International Van of the Year.”
The second-generation Sprinter enters the European Market.
The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter enters the US market.
The midsize Mercedes-Benz Metris enters the US market.
We thought about safety so you can think about work.
Getting the job done is about staying focused. Our groundbreaking safety innovations deliver an extra level of protection for your cargo and passengers — and give you one less thing to think about.Standard on all Mercedes-Benz Vans, Crosswind Assist can help you stabilize your van in gusting crosswinds, while standard front, thorax, and window airbags help keep you protected. Plus, we’re the only van in the segment featuring standard Load-Adaptive Electronic Stability Program (ESP®). Factor in available Blind Spot Assist, Lane Keeping Assist, Highbeam Assist, and COLLISION PREVENTION ASSIST, and it will be easy to keep your mind on the job knowing that your van is helping you stay safe.
Attention Assist helps prevent drowsy driving by monitoring your driving patterns and providing an early warning in case fatigue is detected.
Crosswind Assist helps you stabilize your van and boosts safety in strong, gusting crosswinds. This standard feature helps you ensure that your vehicle remains in its lane at highway speeds.
This dynamic handling system actively intervenes to help keep the van firmly under control and safe by automatically braking individual wheels and reducing engine power to help stabilize the vehicle if wheelspin, understeer, or oversteer is detected.
With Rescue Assist, first responders to an accident can scan a QR code in a Mercedes-Benz Van to quickly see where batteries, airbags, and other structural elements are located in order to safely perform the rescue.
Lane Keeping Assist can provide you with visual and audible warnings if your van leaves it’s lane unintentionally. A camera in the windshield monitors the road ahead and helps detect when you may have veered away from lane markings.
Collision Prevention Assist is a radar-based proximity warning system that can issue visual and audible warnings when vehicles traveling ahead come within a potentially dangerous distance of your van. In emergency situations, boosted braking pressure levels automatically assist to help prevent re-end collisions.
Using radar sensors to monitor approaching vehicles on multiple highways, this system can detect vehicles in your blind spot and alert you visually and audibly.
The visual parking aid is activated when the Reverse gear is selected, giving you a view of what’s going on behind you as well as providing overlays with which to guide you.
Sophisticated technology. Old-school grunt.
All the cargo volume in the world doesn’t mean a thing if your van can only crawl under the weight of a heavy load. The Sprinter and Metris drivetrains are specifically designed to accelerate under these conditions — and save you money along the way.The Sprinter’s standard 2.1L 4-cylinder turbo diesel engine has the power you’ll need and saves up to 18% on fuel costs (versus the 6-cylinder), which can lower your total cost of ownership. For heavy-duty Sprinter applications, an available 3.0L V6 turbo diesel engine with a 5-speed transmission is the ideal choice. Plus, the optional 4×4 drivetrain with on-demand 4-wheel drive will keep you going even when the weather and road conditions turn bad.
The Metris is equipped with a 2.0L 4-cylinder turbocharged gasoline engine that is designed to produce substantial torque at low rpms. The combination of high torque and horsepower provides impressive performance throughout the operating range.
2.1L 4-CYLINDER TURBO DIESEL ENGINE WITH 7-SPEED TRANSMISSION
3.0L V6 TURBO DIESEL ENGINE WITH 5-SPEED TRANSMISSION
• Diesel engine
2.0L 4-CYLINDER TURBOCHARGED DIRECT INJECTION GASOLINE ENGINE WITH 7-SPEED TRANSMISSION
• Turbocharged Direct Injection gasoline engine
We’re in business to help your business.
Minimizing downtime is crucial for your business. With its award-winning residual value, Mercedes-Benz Vans keep your total cost of ownership low and your productivity high. If you spend less time and money on maintenance and more time on the road, your whole company will run more smoothly.
With dual-stage turbocharged power, 265.5 lb-ft of torque, and diesel fuel economy, Sprinter’s impressive 4-cylinder engine delivers power and durability in one compact package.
The ultra-low first gear and two overdrive high gears in Sprinter’s quick-shifting 7-speed automatic transmission and the highly fuel-efficient 4-cylinder diesel engine help you accelerate from a stop, while still saving fuel on the highway.
Sprinter’s Best-in-Class service intervals of up to 20,000 miles keep you on the road, raising productivity and lowering the total cost of ownership.
The standard Super Single tire configuration on the 3500 model provides Best in-Class payload using a single-wheel rear axle, without sacrificing the cargo loading capacity that is lost with the larger wheel wells of dual-wheel rear axles.
|Efficient Diesel Engine
A 208 hp 2.0L 4-cylinder turbocharged Direct Injection gasoline engine gets you up and moving quickly. At an estimated combined EPA rating of 22 mpg for Cargo and Passenger models,11 the midsize Metris offers fuel consumption comparable to that of a small-size van.
7G-TRONIC Automatic Transmission
Refined for maximum efficiency and unmatched comfort, this quickshifting 7-speed automatic transmission delivers better fuel economy, reduced noise, and longer service life.
Up to a 15,000-Mile Service Interval
With an impressive service interval of up to 15,000 miles,12 your van will spend less time in the shop and more time on the job.
Optional ECO Start/Stop
This function reduces fuel consumption and emissions by shutting off the engine when the vehicle is at a standstill, helping you lower the total cost of ownership.