2015 Mercedes Sprinter Reviews
The four wheel drive system is a variant of the 4ETS--better called 4MATIC--uncovered in all-wheel-push Mercedes passenger vehicles and M L- and GL Class SUVs. Unlike the autos, nonetheless, it's pushbutton-selectable in the Sprinter, having a load-adaptable 35:65 front/back split. And only like the European variant, there is an elective low range having an added 42 percent gear decrease. Lifted 4.3 inches entrance and 3.1-inches back, it gets 20-percent progress in strategy angle.
Costs is likely to be declared later on, but it is certain to be a considerable choice--a 144-inch BlueTEC Crew Van presently records at $42,000. Pricey, but likely a powerful selection, specifically for fleets that are getting forth $11K or more to get a Quigley transformation.
Where it's especially appealing to us is in the idea of a chance-everywhere motorhome transformation or toy hauler that is not terrified of in field mud (or a nuclear cold temperatures). Add two or three long array tanks, which is the new zombie apocalypse car of selection.
Mercedes-Benz Sprinter 316 BlueTec 4x4 2014 3.0 V6 Diesel 190 cv
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