Mercedes Benz Sprinter Owner's Manuals

Mercedes-Benz Sprinter – class “M” van. The debut of the restyled version of the second generation of the model took place in April 2013.

Commercial vehicles are updated much less often than passenger cars, and therefore, since designers and engineers get down to business, they are not limited to easy modernization. In the case of the Sprinter van, Mercedes-Benz specialists seriously revised its appearance, especially the front part, which received a wedge-shaped radiator grille, a new hood, head optics, bumpers and other details.

Depending on the equipment, the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter can be equipped with a crosswind control system, a blind spot monitoring system, a lane departure warning system, a collision avoidance system, high beam control, and so on. The Becker Map Pilot navigation system with color display is also available as an option. Among other innovations of the restyled van, it is worth noting better finishing materials, a new steering wheel with an increased rim thickness and a modified gearshift lever.

The engine range of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter van consists of only one gasoline engine, a 1.8-liter “four”, producing 156 hp. With. power and 240 Nm of torque, and four diesel units. The first three, 2.1-liter “fours”, are capable of delivering 95, 129 and 163 hp. With. power (250, 305 and 360 Nm of torque, respectively), and the fourth, 3-liter V6, has 190 “horses” and 440 Nm. In addition, a van with a gasoline engine can also be equipped with factory gas equipment. As for the gearboxes, there are three of them to choose from – a 6-speed manual, a 7-speed robotic 7G-TRONIC PLUS and a 5-speed automatic NAG W5A 380.

Sprinter with the most powerful engine consumes, depending on the configuration, 8.2-9.7 liters of fuel per 100 kilometers in the combined cycle. Sprinter production has been established at Mercedes-Benz plants in Germany, the USA, Argentina and China.