The 2018 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is a people carrier, mobile workshop, long hauler, refrigerated truck, dog groomer—whatever it needs to be. Roughly 75 percent of vans sold will be customized for work detail, so what’s the point in unnecessary standard gear?
Base worker cargo vans are equipped with two seats, a 5.8-inch color display, rearview camera, Bluetooth and USB connectivity, power features, air conditioning, and a crosswind mitigation system that can help keep the van upright.
You can have the worker van in any color you like, as long as that color is white.
It’s not glamorous, but it is a cargo van. Starting from base score we give one point for the base screen but take it back in lack of options from the factory. We take another point away for poor base content but add one for myriad upfitting possibilities. The short of the long? It’s a wash. We give it a 5. (Read more about how we rate cars.)
The Sprinter is offered in base worker, Sprinter cargo, passenger, crew, and chassis cab setups with long or short wheelbases, and standard- or high-roof configurations.
Worker vans offer few options packages that build on each other starting with a tow-prep package with cruise control and steering wheel controls; an interior wood floor package, interior lighting, and grab handles; or a full-boat package with two more keys, interior storage, rear step, and blind-spot monitors.
Sprinter cargo vans offer more color options, driver comfort features, and a la carte options that include active safety features including active lane control, blind-spot monitors, automatic emergency braking, and parking sensors. Navigation is optional on most vans above the base worker van.
Passenger vans add more seating, but their options largely follow the Sprinter cargo van.
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