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  • Stuttgart/Amsterdam, Apr 13, 2018 - A fascinating design, safety features at a very high level, maximum cost-effectiveness, customer and sector-oriented details and a connectivity package that takes infotainment systems and telematics applications into a new era: in every sub-discipline, the third generation of the Sprinter defines the top class in the large van segment.
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  • Stuttgart, Apr 29, 2016 - The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter offers a little more of everything – more efficiency, more safety, more comfort, more diversity and more flexibility, as well as more maturity with sales in excess of three million units spanning two generations and 21 years. Now the Sprinter is once again offering even more payload and more power. At the TecForum Sprinter 2016 the No. 1 van showcases its impressive capabilities – also as a flexible and robust platform for all types of bodies and conversions.
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  • Stuttgart, Sep 10, 2015 - Paper handkerchiefs are called kleenex, vacuum cleaners are called hoovers – and vans of around 3.5 t gross vehicle weight are called Sprinter. The reasons are the same for all three products. An innovative concept, exemplary product quality, satisfied customers and therefore huge market success. The high level of exposure in turn leads to the product name's adoption into common speech.
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  • Berlin, Jul 2, 2015 - One for all: the saying applies more to vans than to any other vehicle category. Vans are working tools for tradespeople, express services, service providers and municipalities. They also serve as a basis for minibuses in regular and touring operations, or for premium camper vans. The requirement profiles vary greatly, the customer base is correspondingly heterogeneous and the drivers are frequently not professionals behind the wheel.
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  • Stuttgart, Germany, Nov 26, 2014 - A high level of safety is one of the core values of the brand with the three-pointed star. Mercedes-Benz is the world's first van manufacturer to offer the innovative Crosswind Assist from the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter for campers based on this popular van. Camper specialist Hymer, a trusted cooperation partner for 43 years, equips its semi-integrated Hymer ML-T model with the system. This makes it the first motorhome to have Crosswind Assist as standard.
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  • Stuttgart/Dortmund, May 19, 2014 - What began in 1998, with a minority shareholding in a niche manufacturer, has developed into a real success story thanks to systematic further development: today Mercedes-Benz Minibus GmbH is the leading minibus manufacturer in western Europe. The 20,000th minibus was recently delivered. At the same time Mercedes-Benz Minibus GmbH is celebrating its tenth anniversary.
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  • Stuttgart, Sep 5, 2013 - From a minibus based on the Sprinter to the luxury long-distance touring coach Travego – Mercedes-Benz lines up in autumn of 2013 with a product range converted entirely to account for the coming Euro VI emission standards. The brand has held the pioneering role in environmental protection and economic efficiency in the changeover to the new emissions standards: because the measures go far beyond complying with Euro VI, the development engineers succeeded in resolving the original conflicting targets of ecology and economy.
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  • Stuttgart, May 7, 2013 - It has given its name to an entire vehicle class – around the world the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is synonymous with large vans with a permissible gross vehicle weight of 3.5 t. The Sprinter has always been the leader in its class in terms of innovation, and now it is once more demonstrating this to impressive effect: with five new safety systems, engines meeting the future Euro VI emissions standard and a striking look, the new Sprinter is again setting the benchmark. And one thing is clear: with outstandingly low consumption figures of up to 6.3 l/100 km, it is streets ahead when it comes to best-in-class fuel consumption too.
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  • Dortmund/Stuttgart, Apr 17, 2012 - The success story of the current Mercedes-Benz minibus generation started in 2006. The line-up features four model series: Sprinter Transfer, Sprinter Travel, Sprinter City and Sprinter Mobility with a total of 14 basic models. The minibuses developed for use in urban, rural and touring-coach service as well as for services for passengers with restricted mobility are based on the current generation Sprinter. Mercedes-Benz Minibus GmbH, a fully owned subsidiary of EvoBus GmbH, produces the Mercedes minibuses in Dortmund.
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