All-electric cargo van should save tons in fuel costs.
Daimler will take a fleet of vehicles to the General Police Equipment Exhibition & Conference in Frankfurt, from a Smart ForTwo to an Arocs 8-wheeled truck.
Europe gets front-drive and manual options.
It's got a big new grille.
The vehicle in these shots may look like the current Sprinter van, but our spies claim the interior and exterior camo hide components from the next-gen commercial vehicle.
Mercedes is showing the ultimate customization capability of its Sprinter Chassis Cab models with this Extreme concept, designed by the folks at Renntech.
Mercedes-Benz adds the lower-cost Sprinter Worker to its commercial van lineup. The new $33,490 van debuts at the Chicago Auto Show.
Mercedes-Benz, Volkswagen, and Audi announced details of their Takata inflator recalls, and the campaigns affect nearly 1.7 million vehicles in the US.
Mercedes-Benz is putting some marketing might behind Jurassic World and displaying several of its rugged models in the movie. The GLE-Class Coupe, G63 AMG 6X6, and Unimog all make appearances in the upcoming film.
Mercedes-Benz might be a little early with its April Fools' Day joke, but the Mercedes-AMG Sprinter63 S is still a ridiculously cool idea. With 503 horsepower from a twin-turbo 4.0-liter V8, it should drastically cut the wait time for deliveries.
The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter gets added capability for the 2015 model year with the addition of a four-wheel-drive system. We put the big van through its paces on and off road in beautiful British Columbia, Canada.
Mercedes-Benz is building a $500-million factory in Charleston, SC, to build the next-gen Sprinter domestically. Construction of the plant will begin in 2016, and it will cover 200 acres.
If you look at the Sprinter and wonder how Mercedes-Benz can possibly compete against locally produced commercial vehicles with a model built in Germany and shipped over the Atlantic, you're not alone. In fact, in order to mitigate the tariffs (but at the cost of added logistical expense), Mercedes builds the vans in Germany, takes them half apart again, ships them as kits and rea
Line up any two comparable vehicles, and eople are going to want to race them. Need proof? In its latest track battle, Auto Express wants to know which commercial vehicle can lap a circuit faster – a Ford Transit or Mercedes-Benz Sprinter. Let's face it, neither of these European vans were ever meant to be near the track unless they are delivering a racecar and a ton
The truth is, we talk a lot about how great a Mercedes-Benz S-Class or a Bentley Mulsanne or a Rolls-Royce Phantom would be for a cross-country drive mainly because they're far, far sexier than the real kings of the long-distance haul: vans.