2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Crew Van 2500 Model Comparison

2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans in a room

A crew van is named for its great ability to move you and your crew on the job. It has enough room to fit a crew of five employees and their gear for anything from construction work to landscaping. The 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Crew Van 2500 is just one of the crew van options here at Mercedes-Benz Arrowhead Sprinter.

We’ll start with a chart comparing different dimensions and power specifications of the various models, followed with a complete list of your model options. Keep reading on this page to learn about the 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Crew Van 2500 with our model comparison.



High roof model dimensions 

4-cylinder gas engine specifications 

6-cylinder diesel engine specifications 

Overall height of 107.5 inches  188 horsepower at 5,000 rpm  188 horsepower at 3,800 rpm 
Interior standing height of 76.7 inches  258 pound-feet of torque at 2,500 to 3,500 rpm  325 pound-feet of torque at 1,400 to 2,400 rpm 
Side door opening height of 71.6 inches  9G-Tronic transmission  7G-Tronic Plus transmission 
Rear door opening height of 72.7 inches  Bosch direct injection  Common-rail direct injection 

Find your model of the 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Crew Van 2500 here at Mercedes-Benz Arrowhead Sprinter in Peoria, near Phoenix, AZ

The 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Crew Van 2500 comes in nine different models. The models have no former names other than a description of their main features. Your model options for the 2020 Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Crew Van 2500 are as follows:

  • 144-inch Wheelbase - Standard Roof - 4-Cyl. Gas engine - 4,023 lbs. Payload
  • 144-inch Wheelbase - Standard Roof - 6-Cyl. Diesel engine - 3,770 lbs. Payload
  • 144-inch Wheelbase - Standard Roof - 6-Cyl. Diesel engine 4x4 - 3,428 lbs. Payload
  • 144-inch Wheelbase - High Roof - 4-Cyl. Gas engine - 4,023 lbs. Payload
  • 144-inch Wheelbase - High Roof - 6-Cyl. Diesel engine - 3,770 lbs. Payload
  • 144-inch Wheelbase - High Roof - 6-Cyl. Diesel engine 4x4 - 3,428 lbs. Payload
  • 170-inch Wheelbase - High Roof - 4-Cyl. Gas engine - 3,594 lbs. Payload
  • 170-inch Wheelbase - High Roof - 6-Cyl. Diesel engine - 3,329 lbs. Payload
  • 170-inch Wheelbase - High Roof - 6-Cyl. Diesel engine 4x4 - 2,998 lbs. Payload

The starting price of the nine models ranges from $39,395 on the low end up to $58,120 on the high end. In general, the larger wheelbase, high roof options with larger engines and payloads are going to be more expensive than their counterparts. Diesel engines are also generally more expensive. Adding packages and additional features can also impact the final price of your model. Check out our online inventory to view our current prices and offers.