After more than two decades of experience, the third generation of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is already a reality for the Argentine market. The Sprinter has been manufactured since 1996 at the Virrey del Pino Industrial Center and focuses its sales on the domestic market, as well as the region, mainly to Brazil.
For the design of the new product, an investment of $150 million was made. The brand new Sprinter acquires improvements in safety, comfort and design. It is offered in the versions Furgón, Bair Mixto, Combi, and Chassis and Minibús.Se you can opt for variants with a single, double passenger seat or versions of up to five occupants between the Vans.The Combis are available in versions 9+1, 15+1 and 19+1. It features a redesign in the cab, new slide spaces, heated electric mirrors and cruise speed control on the multifunction steering wheel. For the multimedia system it is equipped with a seven-inch touch screen.
The cabin seeks greater comfort for the occupants and the driver, who has a renovated driving position. In addition, it includes more ergonomic seats, keyless start and an air conditioning system with semi-automatic air conditioning. In Combis and Minibuses it incorporates a USB charging port in each row of seats. Its mechanics consist of a four-cylinder diesel engine that has two power levels: 114 or 163 horsepower. It can be associated with a new six-speed manual transmission.
In safety, the Sprinter adds slope start assist, tired alert assistant, and active braking assistant. It also equips stability control, double airbag and side wind assistant. Optionally comes the rear camera for parking. With a total renewal and 11 colors available, the Sprinter hopes to continue adding years and journey in the Argentine market, with cargo and passenger transport. Its sale will start in November, at which time the price range will be unveiled. In this note: