The Mercedes Sprinter turns 25 in Brazil

The Mercedes Sprinter turns 25 in Brazil


Mercedes-Benz Sprinter (ab 2013); Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 2 (2006-2013); Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 1 (1995-2006); Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 1 (1995-2006) – Photo: Publicity

The sprinter reaches its 25th anniversary in the Brazilian market. The model was launched in 1995 in Germany and brought to Brazil by Mercedes-Benz Cars & Vans in August 1997.

The car won its second generation in 2012, already equipped with advanced assistance systems, such as an electronic stability program, ABS brakes and an airbag for the driver.

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For now

In its third, current generation, the Sprinter offers features such as adaptive ESP, hill start assist, brake assist, crosswind assist, driver fatigue alert and reversing camera.

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The Sprinter also, today, brings climate control with digital controls, keyless engine start, power steering, multi-function steering wheel and multimedia system.

The new Sprinter Street 315 CDI model has the new OM654 163 hp four-cylinder diesel engine.

Sprinter Street 315 – Photo: Disclosure

Different

The Sprinter line offers three basic versions for different applications: van, van and chassis with cabin. The third generation also includes an articulated van, which allows for a variety of configurations for transporting people. The only dimensional options for the van are 16.

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