What’s the difference between the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Sprinter WORKER vans?
In spring 2016, Mercedes-Benz Vans expanded the Sprinter portfolio by debuting the WORKER. The Sprinter WORKER was designed to target the heart of the commercial van market for electricians, plumbers, construction crews, general contractors, and more, offering everything small-business owners and contractors need to get the job done—all for an affordable price. So, what’s the difference between the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter and Sprinter WORKER vans? Continue reading to find out.
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The Sprinter WORKER offers the simplest and most straightforward equipment and packaging within the Sprinter model line while still offering the safety, reliability, and best-in-class service intervals expected from Mercedes-Benz vans. Listed at an approachable, affordable starting price, the Sprinter WORKER offers the best value for every dollar spent, making it easier than ever to own a Mercedes-Benz van.
The Sprinter WORKER offers more standard equipment than other brands, including a standard 2.1L diesel engine and an efficient, class-exclusive 7G-TRONIC 7-speed transmission. With a 144” wheelbase and a standard-height roof, the Sprinter WORKER offers a 137.4” cargo floor length and a 66.5” interior standing height. A standard 319.1 cubic feet of cargo space provides ample room for racks, bins, shelves, and tool boxes, while a total roof load capacity of 660 lbs provides extra storage with ladder racks and roof attachments. Finally, the Sprinter WORKER is available only in white, providing the owner with a blank canvas for signage and advertising.
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