The image shows the open load compartment of the new Sprinter.
More spacious and with 50 kg greater payload1
The image shows the Sprinter in an everyday situation. A man loads the load compartment floor (80 mm lower than previous models) with crates.
Better load space with 80 mm lower load compartment floor1

The new Sprinter goes a step further.

Keen to make a good thing even better, we have further improved the fuel efficiency of our diesel engines: further benefits for the economic efficiency of your company result from an increase in payload1 of around 50 kg, greater space1 and an 80 mm lower load compartment floor1.

This further facilitates loading the Sprinter and makes boarding the vehicle easier.

In this way, the Sprinter combines fuel economy and intelligent functionality to produce an all-round economical mobility solution.

 

1 In conjunction with front-wheel drive, compared with rear-wheel drive variant.

Economic efficiency is not limited to the vehicle.


A future-proof mobility solution entails more than just a vehicle.

With this in mind, the Sprinter is backed up by a comprehensive range of services, from financing through to insurance and maintenance contracts. This can give rise to attractive savings and enables long-term cost planning. The Mercedes PRO professional connectivity and fleet solution can additionally help to optimise profitability.

With Maintenance Management, for example, which enables appointments to be planned in an anticipatory manner and thus the vehicle's availability to be increased and its reliability throughout its service life maintained.

The image shows the engine block of the new Sprinter detached from the vehicle.

The power and economy you need to move forward.

A strong drive for success: the 4-cylinder diesel engine in 3 power outputs and the V6 cylinder diesel engine [Sprinter Tourer with passenger car registration: Fuel consumption, combined: 8.2 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 214 g/km. The stated consumption figures only apply to the optional automatic transmission without all-wheel drive]2* combine power and economy to exemplary effect in the Sprinter. The proven engines have undergone further optimisation in terms of fuel consumption, including measures to reduce in-engine friction. All engines are available both with manual3 as well as with automatic transmission.

 

The demanding Euro-6 or Euro-VI emissions standard is fulfilled with the help of SCR technology (Selective Catalytic Reduction). This involves a process whereby nitrogen oxide emissions in diesel engines are reduced by passing the exhaust gas through a catalytic converter and converting the nitrogen oxide4 into nitrogen and water through the addition of water-based AdBlue®.

2 Sprinter Tourer with passenger car registration: fuel consumption, urban/extra-urban/combined: 9.4/7.5/8.2 l/100 km, combined CO2 emissions: 214 g/km, efficiency class: C. The stated consumption figures only apply to the optional automatic transmission without all-wheel drive. The all-wheel drive system is scheduled to be available from Q4/2018. The standard 6-speed manual transmission in conj. with the OM642 V6 cylinder diesel engine is scheduled to be available from Q4/2018. The actual consumption figures are dependent, among other things, upon the vehicle weight and the selected equipment features.


3 The standard 6-speed manual transmission in conj. with the OM642 V6 diesel engine is expected to be available from Q4/2018.

 

4 Nitrogen oxides (NOx) include nitrogen monoxide (NO) and nitrogen dioxide (NO2).


* Further information on the official fuel consumption and the official specific CO2 emissions of new passenger cars can be found in the publication "Leitfaden ├╝ber den Kraftstoffverbrauch, die CO2-Emissionen und den Stromverbrauch neuer Personenkraftwagen" ["Guidelines on the fuel consumption, CO2 emissions and power consumption of new passenger cars"], available free of charge from all retail outlets and from Deutsche Automobil Treuhand GmbH (www.dat.de).