Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Vans for Sale on the Delmarva Peninsula
Having a high-quality work van can be a delightful boon to a business. If you’re looking for an excellent work van to add to your fleet on Maryland’s Eastern Shore, we at Mercedes-Benz of Salisbury recommend the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter.
Here at Mercedes-Benz of Salisbury, our inventory of new Mercedes-Benz models often includes great options like the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 1500, Sprinter 2500 and Sprinter 3500. Used models can also occasionally be found in our pre-owned inventory for those looking to save some cash.
The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter is known for being tough, powerful, efficient and flexible. It does a great job of handling whatever situations or conditions it encounters over the course of a workday. It’s helped along thanks to advanced features inside such as Active Brake Assist, a rear-view camera display, and the Mercedes PRO connect system.
What configurations are Mercedes-Benz Sprinter models available in?
The Mercedes-Benz Sprinter comes in Cargo, Crew and Passenger variations. These days, it’s available with both gas and diesel engines, so customers can feel free to choose their preference. In the past, the models were only available with a diesel powerplant, but lucky for gas-lovers, those days are gone.
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans come in a multitude of configurations, increasing the chances that every customer can find the right one for their unique needs. Three different body lengths are on offer, as well as two different roof heights.
What are the benefits of using a Mercedes-Benz Sprinter for business?
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans do tend to be more expensive than competing work vans, but they make up for this in a multitude of ways. Sprinters are a great choice to deal with heavy-duty work, with a large loading capacity and bevy of attractive extra features.
Further benefits of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter vans include lower fuel costs, fewer maintenance costs, and a solid resale value. These vans typically do a great job of providing long-term quality and endurance. There’s a reason the Sprinter was chosen by the United States Postal Service to augment their fleet of dying Grummans, after all.