2017 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo Van vs 2017 Ford Transit Cargo Van
Searching for a cargo van to add to your fleet or business? Let us help you narrow down your options with our comprehensive 2017 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Cargo Van vs 2017 Ford Transit Cargo Van comparison.
There are a lot of differences between these two brands. Ford relies largely on its name to sell the Transit line typically giving these vans only the most basic features often with limited capability. Sprinter on the other hand is a Mercedes-Benz brand. Mercedes-Benz is always moving forward and pushing the boundaries of design and technology, and the Sprinter demonstrates that. If you would like to see our Sprinter Cargo Van inventory in Peoria, then you should click the link below or reach out to Mercedes-Benz of Arrowhead Sprinter directly. Otherwise, keep reading to see exactly how the Sprinter Cargo Van is better.
|2017 Sprinter Cargo Van||VS||2017 Ford Transit Cargo Van|
|538 Cubic-Feet||Max Cargo Volume||487.3 Cubic-Feet|
|5,496 Pounds||Max Payload||4,600 Pounds|
|87.3 Inches||Max Interior Height||81.5 Inches|
|Available||4X4 Option||Not Available|
Which cargo van is more versatile: Sprinter or Transit?
When you are looking at growing your fleet, payload and cargo volume are likely some of the first words that pop into your mind. In that regard, the Sprinter Cargo Van gives you the options you need. Not only does the Sprinter Cargo Van provide a higher maximum payload capacity of nearly 900 pounds more, it can also give you over 50 cubic-feet of extra cargo room.
Interior standing height can be very in many lines of work. Depending on what you are going to be hauling, and how often the interior needs to be accessed, you may need that extra room. The Sprinter Cargo Van wins in this category again. With its Super High Roof option, you’ll have well over 7 feet of clearance inside meaning that pretty much anyone can stand up without any issues. That’s more than can be said for the Transit Cargo Van.
Another beautiful feature that has been added to the Sprinter lineup is the ability to have four-wheel drive. The Ford Transit Cargo Van doesn’t offer four-wheel drive at all. If you have plans for your cargo van that include muddy job sites, inclement weather, or even country driving, then you should consider the benefits that four-wheel drive can provide.
If you need help finding the right Sprinter Cargo Van for your needs, then come down to Mercedes-Benz of Arrowhead Sprinter. We are always happy to help, and we can sort through all your options so you get the right solution for your business.