Mercedes-Benz Vans


  • U80375
    Mercedes-Benz L 406 D pick-up, 1969.
  • C95F1882
    Mercedes-Benz Vito, from 1996.
  • U80376
    Mercedes-Benz L 406 D panel van, 1969.
  • U82607
    Mercedes-Benz L 406 D pick-up with double cab, 1969.
  • U97068
    Mercedes-Benz L 406 D panel van, 1971.
  • .A95F311
    Highest safety standards were a feature of the Sprinter van from the very start.
  • 03__Modellpflege_2000
    Mercedes-Benz distinctly upgraded both the exterior and the interior at the start of the year 2000.
  • 04_616_CDI_2002
    The 616 CDI six-tonner put on the market in 2001 has a permissible gross vehicle weight of exactly 5.99 tonnes.
  • 06_sprinter_neu_innen_06
    The interior of the new Sprinter of 2006 offers passenger car standard.
  • 05__sprinter_2006_neu
    The new Sprinter that succeeded the first generation in spring 2006 is available in about 1000 basic models.
  • 09__Sprinter_CDI_2009
    The output of the new four-cylinder units ranges from 70 to 120 kW
  • 08_Euro_5_Sprinter
    The new Sprinter engines introduced in 2009 operate with a maximum rail pressure of 1800 bar and are Euro 5-compliant owing to exhaust gas recirculation.
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    Mercedes-Benz 208 D Sprinter crewbus, 1995.
  • 754589_1374258_3801_2520_A94F2308
    Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 208 D pickup, 1995.
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    Daimler launched the LE 306 electric van in 1972. 59 units were built in total.
  • .A99F3608
    A natural gas Sprinter has a range of up to 350 kilometres. The gas bottles are stored beneath the floor of the vehicle.
  • .A2001F3974
    Mercedes-Benz Sprinter with fuel cell drive, 2001. It is the world’s first fuel cell powered van to be tested under everyday circumstances by a customer, Hermes Versand Service from Hamburg (Otto-Versand).
  • .A95F2531
    Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 308 E with electric drive, 1995.
  • .A2001F3976
    Mercedes-Benz Sprinter with fuel cell drive, 2001. It is the world’s first fuel cell powered van to be tested under everyday circumstances by a customer, Hermes Versand Service from Hamburg (Otto-Versand).
  • .A2001F3975
    Mercedes-Benz Sprinter with fuel cell drive, 2001. It is the world’s first fuel cell powered van to be tested under everyday circumstances by a customer, Hermes Versand Service from Hamburg (Otto-Versand).
  • .A95F990
    Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 308 E with electric drive, T1 N van series, 1995.
  • 1096244
    Mercedes-Benz L 307 light van from 1975. Test vehicle with hydrogen drive and hybrid storage.
  • A94F1211
    Mercedes-Benz MB 100 with electric drive as van and minibus, 1994.
  • a97f5554.
    High-traction transport: Mercedes-Benz Vario 814 DA with all-wheel drive.
  • a97f5518.
    Compact van: Mercedes-Benz Sprinter with all-wheel drive.
  • 82738
    Mercedes-Benz L 319 in freight transport, 1958.
  • 63041-4
    Mercedes-Benz L 319 in short-distance transport, 1963.
  • 1995M199
    Mercedes-Benz advertisement for the L 319, 1958.
  • 56161-39
    Mercedes-Benz L 319 with low-loader platform, 1955.
  • 75580
    Mercedes-Benz L 319 as mobile shop, 1957.
  • 2000M405
    Mercedes-Benz L 319 on the Canary Islands, 1960.
  • U1321
    Mercedes-Benz L 319 in short-range distribution, 1961.
  • 05A1663
    Mercedes-Benz Vito and Sprinter panel van
  • 445000_738800_3720_2776_4383061
    Mercedes-Benz Type 208 from 1980
  • 445005_738815_3720_2202_4383263
    Mercedes-Benz Typ 207 D, 1979
  • 445004_738811_3603_2330_4383162
    Mercedes-Benz Type 208.
  • 445007_738821_3711_2731_4383465
    Mercedes-Benz Type 210, 1982
  • 445009_738827_3615_2615_4383364
    Mercedes-Benz Type 208 D.
  • C2001CD1176_18
    Sprinter with all-wheel drive, driving shot, side view, in offroad terrain
  • A95F1520
    Sprinter (1995-2000), pickup
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