Mercedes-Benz

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter

New and technically innovative basic vehicle with outstanding comfort.

+ Light weight, front wheel drive
+ AL-KO low frame chassis with wide track
+ Powerful engines with a capacity of 2.2 l up to 125 kW  (170 HP) and torque of 400 Nm
+ Low emissions, emissions level Euro VI
+ Optional 9G-TRONIC automatic transmission
+ Many safety and assistance systems
+ Fuel-saving electro-hydraulic steering, practical electric  parking brake
+ Comfortably equipped cockpit
+ Optionally with the unique state-of-the-art Infotainment system MBUX (Mercedes-Benz User Experience)
+ Permissible weight up to 4.5/5.5 tonnes as single or double axle vehicle
+ Optional for the c-tourer Lightweight, c-tourer Comfort,  chic c-line and chic e-line model series

Active distance assistant DISTRONIC

The active distance assistant takes the pressure off the driver by automatically monitoring and controlling the distance from the vehicle ahead - not just in urban traffic but also on motorways. With the aid of the installed sensors, the current traffic situation is also assessed in order to prevent collisions because of insufficient safety distances, abrupt stops or brief periods of inattention.


Driver assistance systems for models on the Mercedes-Benz

Discover more about the driver assistance systems which are optionally available to you in our Mercedes-Benz-based models! Particularly on long journeys in heavy traffic, they will help you to quickly detect critical situations at an early stage and react accordingly. For additional safety on your holiday!

Active alertness assistant

Particularly on long journeys, there is a risk of becoming overtired or nodding off. This is prevented by the active alertness assistant by analysing your driving behaviour and creating an individual driver profile on this basis. In this way, the alertness assistant can detect overtiring or inattention and recommend that you take a break via the display if necessary. The early warning makes a contribution to improving driving safety.


Tyre inflation pressure system

Correctly inflated tyres do not only last for longer, but are particularly important for driving safety. The tyre inflation pressure system measures the air pressure and the air temperature using a sensor inside the tyre. If the inflation pressure is too low, the driver is warned via a message on the display. In this way, accidents can be prevented and both fuel consumption and tyre wear can also be reduced.


Active braking assistant

The active braking assistant warns you of the risk of collision with vehicles in front and crossing pedestrians. If the system detects a hazardous situation, an acoustic and visual warning for the driver is first triggered. If the driver detects the danger and reacts by braking, the braking assistant provides support by building up additional brake pressure. If the driver does not brake, the system automatically initiates emergency braking. At slow speeds this may be sufficient to prevent an accident.