Mercedes-Benz launches new limited edition Premium Sprinter

The new updates on the Premium Mercedes Sprinter build on the 20th Anniversary edition that was released last year

Mercedes Premium Sprinter - front


Mercedes has launched a limited edition, premium-specced version of their Sprinter van. It arrives at the top of Mercedes' large van range, above the Sprinter's mid-sized brother, the Mercedes Vito, and the smaller Mercedes Citan.

Exclusively for retail customers, the brand promises that the extra features on the new Premium Sprinter will add to its 'comfort, functionality and appearance'. 

There are a whole host of additional features that all come as standard, including a Becker MAP PILOT sat-nav that fully integrates in the vehicle electronics system, an Audio 15 colour screen infotainment unit, and a chrome effect radiator grille.

The Premium Sprinter will also have Crosswind Assist as standard, that will help the driver in strong, gusty winds. This provides an Adaptive ESP dynamic control system that incorporates information on the vehicle load, automatic brake interventions and Rescue Assist, which provides the emergency services with critical information at the scene of an accident.

This special edition is available for 2-Series (3.5t GVW) panel van models across all engines, starting from £379/month (over 48 months, for Business Users only). There is also free MobiloVan 30-year free roadside assistance across the UK and Europe, as well as three-year unlimited mileage warranty. Drivers can also add on a service plan from £10/month, based on two services over two years. 

What do you think of the Premium Edition of the Mercedes-Benz Sprinter Van? Let us know in the comments below...



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