Mercedes-Benz Vans introduces its Sprinter Worker model

by Truck News

ATLANTA, Ga. – Mercedes-Benz Vans has announced the new Worker model, adding to the company’s Sprinter series.

“We are pleased to announce the new Sprinter Worker model, which is every bit as capable as the rest of our Sprinter lineup at an even more attractive starting price: $32,495,” said Bernie Glaser, vice-president of Mercedes-Benz Vans in the US. “The Sprinter brand is no stranger to hard work and we are making a statement by targeting the heart of the commercial van market by offering a simple and straightforward model designed for plumbers, electricians, HVAC specialists, general contractors and similar fields. The Sprinter offers the best value, as well as simple and straightforward packaging for our toughest customers. Together with creative financing solutions from Mercedes-Benz financial services, it has never been easier to own a Sprinter.”

The Sprinter Worker includes both the 2500 and heavy-duty 3500 models. The company says the Worker offers maximum capacity and customization potential for aftermarket van interiors and exteriors.

It boasts a 144” wheelbase, standard roof height, 137.4” cargo floor length, 66.5” interior standing height, 319.1-cubic-feet of cargo space, a four-cylinder diesel engine and a 7G-Tronic seven-speed transmission.

Available in white only, the Worker has a canvas for signage, advertising and graphics and has a total roof load capacity of 660 pounds, ladder racks and roof attachments can be added.

Mercedes-Benz Vans offers several leasing options for commercial van customers and packages that provide additional flexibility and capability.

Mercedes-Benz Vans Sprinter Worker.
Mercedes-Benz Vans Sprinter Worker.

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