Ready for you. Meet the new Sprinter Panel Van, Minibus and Cab Chassis.

The new Sprinter.

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The most advanced Sprinter ever.

The new Sprinter sets a new standard. Filled with advanced connectivity, it's designed to help you work smarter by doing more of the work for you. With more than 1000 possible configurations to choose from, it’s ready to be customised to suit your needs, so you can build the ultimate work vehicle.

Thanks to more than 20 years of innovation, the Sprinter is the benchmark in safety, comfort, customisation and reliability.

Sprinter Panel Van

  • Four vehicle lengths: short, medium, long and extra-long wheel base
  • Three roof heights: standard, high and super-high
  • Choose from front-wheel, rear-wheel, and all-wheel drive 1
  • Load compartment volume up to 17m3
  • Choose from 3.55t, 4.1t, 4.49t and 5t permissible gross vehicle mass (GVM)
  • Maximum payload of 2.646t 2

1 Optionally available.

2 With standard roof height and 5t permissible GVM.

Sprinter Transfer Minibus1

  • Medium-wheel base
  • Two roof heights: standard and high
  • Three seat rows which can be equipped with two and three bench seats to sit 11 or 12 people
  • 4.1t permissible gross vehicle mass (GVM)
  • Rear-wheel drive
1 This variant is currently not available in Australia and is anticipated to be released in the first half of 2019.

Sprinter Cab Chassis

  • Two vehicle lengths: medium and long wheel base
  • Choose from single or dual cab chassis
  • Choose from front-wheel, rear-wheel, and all-wheel drive1 2
  • Load compartment area of up to 9.2 m2
  • Choose from 3.5t, 4.1t, 4.49t and 5t permissible gross vehicle mass (GVM)

1 Optionally available.

2 Dual Cab Chassis only available in rear-wheel and all-wheel drive.